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As per the text you posted above from TechNet, if you are getting your Office 365 ProPlus updates from the Microsoft CDN, you are getting switched over from 2013 to 2016 this month. Source: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt422981.aspx If you want to stay on the old version, you need to use the 2013 version of the Office Deployment Tool to ...


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This is what your are looking for. It will pause the sequence and put an icon on the desktop. When you are finished doing what ever you need to install, you complete the image by clicking on the desktop icon. How to setup LTI-Pause


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If the drivers are in exe form then use the install application task sequence task. If they are in inf/ini form then add them to the MDT driver database and use the install driver task. If you can use a command prompt or powershell to install them then use the command prompt command or powershell command task. Another idea is to include the files for your ...


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Have you seen http://litereplica.io/ ? They have a sqlite3 driver for nodejs and it seems fairly well architected.


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Two Cloudfront Distributions Since AWS allows for overlap between wildcard alternate CNAMEs in the same AWS account, you can switch between two cloudfront distributions in the following manner: Use www.domain.com as Alternate CNAME for Prod distribution 1 Use *.domain.com as Alternate CNAME for Prod distribution 2 Point your CNAME DNS www.domain.com to ...


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You can configure Tomcat to remove the old applications. You need to add the undeployOldVersions attribute to the Host element and set it to true. You'll need to modify your host in server.xml to something like the following: <Host undeployOldVersions="true" ...> ... </Host> See the Host documentation for details. In particular, this only ...


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Well, since I couldn'n find a solution, I ended up running a ssh server on every lxc container. Here's my .ssh/config sample: Host main_server HostName server_address User root Port 2022 ForwardAgent yes Host lxc_container User root Port 22 ProxyCommand ssh main_server nc lxc_container 22 ForwardAgent yes


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User Group Policy Loopback Processing Mode was the right answer to my problem. Now I’m able to apply the user configuration settings to everyone who logs on the target computers! I’ve found some trouble changing wallpaper due to this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/977944 but I was able to solve it with the explained workaround. Once again, thank ...


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Loopback is not designed for such scenario. If you are talking about preference, you can use item targeting that come with Preferences


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Loopback processing may be the best route to go, but you do have an additional option available since you specifically mention doing this using preferences. Item level targeting in recent versions of AD can apply user settings while only matching specific OUs the logged in computer. For details on setting this up, see here.


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You can apply the policy at the computer's OU and use Group Policy Loopback Processing Mode. If you want to preserve all of the other User policy settings, select Merge. If there is a conflict (with the required setting(s)), select Replace. http://blogs.technet.com/b/askds/archive/2013/02/08/circle-back-to-loopback.aspx


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I would absolutely saying you need to go to a config management solution, because I would consider that the professional solution. My preferred one is Ansible because its pretty easy to learn and setup, and requires only ssh access to servers. Ansible has a git module that can clone a repo to what ever directory you require, and you can copy a private key ...



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