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Based on your smsts.log file you are getting a 80070002 downloading the os files. This is a classic example of not having a working NIC driver in the image. Pressing F8 in the bot and running an ipconfig /all should verify this. Ive also seen similar behavior if you need a certificate to access the distribution point but don't have one installed.


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Enter device serial number into DEP at deploy.apple.com (You only have to do this once in the device's life). In Meraki, navigate to "SystemsManager>MDM>DEP". Your device should have appeared automatically. In Meraki>MDM>DEP, select the check-box next to your desired device and then click "Assign Settings" at the top of the device list (Settings are ...


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YES! Although I haven't been able to find a definitive list of the acceptable script types, it looks like the answer is Yes - Powershell .ps1 scripts are acceptable and will be executed if included in the appspec.yml file. My Powershell script wasn't working consistently until I added the code as recommended on the troubleshooting page by @kafka, so my ...


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You are not passing the ssh key to rsync. You should do something like this: rsync -avuz -e 'ssh -i ~/.ssh/deploy_rsa.pub' $CI_PROJECT_DIR/dist/ $SERVER_USER@8.8.8.8:/var/wwww/example.com


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To figure out getting and using LGPO (LocalGPO) see this thread: [http://woshub.com/backupimport-local-group-policy-settings/]


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Add the Sahara (OpenStack module) to OpenStack. It manages Hadoop for you.


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When you get this error, you can take a look at crash.log in the Cloud Console Logs Viewer (Logging -> Logs) for your specific service / version which will usually tell you exactly what happened. In my case when I reproduced the same error, crash.log shows me the output of NPM which tells me I have a 'SyntaxError: Unexpected identifier'. YMMV of course, but ...


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Not sure if this differs between versions/options used but in mys version when I use -i option I get a list like: >f..T...... existing-file.png >f+++++++++ new-file.png cd+++++++++ new-dir/ >f+++++++++ new-dir/new-file.png So a simple solution to get only a list of files actually transfered just run: rsync [your options here] | grep -v "f..T........


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If you donot want to use WDS and wanna use PXE boot from SCCM instead, then apply option 67 in DHCP as 'smsboot\x64\pxeboot.com' instead of 'smsboot\x64\wdsnp.com'. Thanks ANoop


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Couldn't you implement Spring Session backed by a replicated redis cluster on both Node A and B? If you then configure both nginx instances to load balance over all 4 tomcat instances then you can shutdown or crash any tomcat server at any time and nginx will just use the next server to serve your request? This is assuming Node A and B can connect to all 4 ...



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