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Asking for Credentials, when requesting shared folders on the server, regularly for domain users?

In our network, single domain controller, when some users (members of the domain) request shared folders on the server they are required to enter their credentials, the server is Windows Server 2008 ...
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CertificateServicesClient-CredentialRoaming error 1005

We have a Microsoft Team Foundation Server (Single Server Installation, i.e. Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Microsoft Windows SharePonint Services 3.0) installed on a Windows Server 2008 machine. The TFS ...
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1answer
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Your system administrator does not allow the user of saved credentials to log on to the remote computer

At our office, any of our Windows 7 Clients get this error message when we try and RDP to a remote W2K8 Server outside of the office :- Your system administrator does not allow the user of saved ...
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Automatically refresh credential after password change

Lets say we have around 300 Windows XP machines on our ActiveDirectory domain that are used for processing something. Each has an account which is patterned on the machines name. As these are ...
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1answer
376 views

sbs2k3, how do I properly setup ad sites/subnets so vpn user can authenticate to sbs share?

just setup site2site vpn, hardwarebased. site 1 winxp, site2 sbs2k3. site 1 192.168.1.0/24 site 2 192.168.0.0/24 site 2 user can authenticate into site 1 xp computer network share using local user ...
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Do domain service accounts benefit from cached credentials?

When a domain user successfully logs on to a domain-joined computer, the user's domain credentials are cached so that the user can logon again if the domain controller is unavailable (eg the computer ...
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4answers
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Specify Credentials to run Powershell Script to Query AD

I want to run a powershell script to query AD from a machine that is NOT on the domain. Basically I want to query to see if there is computer account already on the domain for this machine and create ...
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Moving from OpenLDAP/Kerberos to Active Directory

I have a well working setup using OpenLDAP for user information and Kerberos for authentication, but we need to have windows integration too, and for this we have decided that moving into Active ...