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Active Directory: pfSense failing?

I have set up PfSense as a router and I have linked two Windows Servers to it. I can ping from SERVER01 to SERVER02 and PfSense can also ping to them. The problem is, on SERVER01 I have set up the ...
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Suggestions for transitioning to new GW/private network

I am replacing a private T1 link with a new firewall device with an ipsec tunnel for a branch office. I am trying to figure out the right way to transition folks at the new site over to the new ...
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Correct use of a transparent bridge

I've asked a similar question previously but I am just now sure I am understanding what I need to do. My current set-up is as follows: ...
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Why does my domain controller refuse to talk to a client on a different subnet?

I have an office subnet (say 192.168.10.x) and a guest subnet (192.168.99.x) which both use a pfSense box as their gateway/router. The office subnet is "controlled" by Active Directory using Windows ...
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Running a Windows domain from a non-windows DNS

Is that even possible? I would like to have pfsense triple up as DNS + DHCP + Firewall/router for my windows domain. The question is, is that even possible? I'm a developer not a sys admin so please ...