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I would suggest you set your DC to use IP4 first in the NIC's binding order. This assumes you prefer to use IP4 over IP6 for your network.


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Your DHCP server probably isn't including "domain_name.local" as a search suffix. Try going to a command prompt and typing "ipconfig /all" and look near the top: Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : SOMSYSTEMNAME Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Mixed IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No ...


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I ran into this same issue. Before I wasn't getting the extra user selection screen after pressing ctrl+alt+del. All of sudden I was most likely due to multiple domain users logging into my computer once. I resolved it my deleting all the other user profiles except for Default and my own domain user profile. I logged out and when I logged in again, ...


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Although not a recommended solution, you can fake it using iframes to load the other site's content directly into yours with HTML. Note that this is not HTML5 compliant, but it should work with most browsers anyway. create a index.html in your root www folder containing <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Free Law Of Attraction ...


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Webmin's integrated miniserv doesn't AFAIK have a feature like this. It seems to be a job for a proper reverse proxy with name-based virtual host support. This isn't hard to configure and is well described in Webmin documentation. A good choice for a proxy is ie. Apache httpd.


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After not finding a satisfactory answer I gave try to the concepts already mentioned in the question: I set MX records to Gmail (Google Apps) I set A record to Ipage (Where website is hosted) But to do that, I first had to set Nameservers to default nameservers of Name.com Now my: DNS host is name.com Website host ipage.com Email server Gmail (Google ...


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I regularly compile a list from IANA and PSL into a XML file including whois server, registrar, second level domains and if possible a regular expression for availabilty: https://github.com/whois-server-list/whois-server-list


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No, there's nothing wrong with that. The primary advantage to that is that it bypasses the default location for new computers. That advantage (or another that I haven't thought of) may or may not be compelling to you, depending on what policies you have in place in various OUs.


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The proper way to start your Apache server is to use the init script by running /etc/init.d/httpd start. The command fails because the process started with /home/www/apps/httpd-2.2.26/bin/httpd -k start is already using port 80. If you want to start Apache with the init script you need to stop this process by using kill 18051. Then you should be able to ...


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That COMPANY_NT is the NetBIOS name for your domain, which was configured when it was set up - it doesn't actually have any relation to NT legacy cruft, that's just the name that someone picked. Your domain will need to always have a NetBIOS name - you can't get rid of that.. but if you want, you can change the name with rendom so that it no longer says ...


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May be "Listen 80" is declared more than once in .conf files. check it using: $grep -ri listen /etc/apache2 or may be processes that are like /bin/bash /usr/share/apache2/ask-for-passphrase thesite.com:443 are waiting for pass. check it with ps


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If you are using Server 2012 R2 with April 2014 update (KB2919355) and also seeing Event ID 1500 in Application log ("Windows cannot log you on because your profile cannot be loaded. Check that you are connected to the network, and that your network is functioning correctly.") as well as well as Even ID 1509 ("Windows cannot copy file ...


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I had the same problem, issue resolved after Assigning Static IP to client PC Try to set Static IP address and check Hope this will solve your problem


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Solved by correct MX record setup


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You probably misconfigured something in your GPO, and the end result was removing admin rights to users which should have kept them; anyway, have you tried disabling the offending GPO and restarting the computer? This should revert it back to its previous configuration. You can also create another GPO and force the status of the local Administrator account ...


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Use an NTPasswd boot disk to enable the administrator account on the machine. Then you can try to fix the permissions. Or just fix the GPO to add everyone back.


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From how I read that, I think you may be confusing the delegation information administered through the registrar with some DNS hosting service provided by the same company. If you are switching to an entirely different set of nameservers it is important that you update the delegation information, not the data inside your zone hosted at their DNS service. ...


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No, but you can have Google Domains forward your root domain to your www CNAME. First create a CNAME in the Custom Records section pointing www to yourapp.herokuapp.com. Then in the Synthetic Records section, choose Subdomain forward, enter @ in the subdomain field and www.yourdomain.com in the Destination URL field. Save those and you're done.


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Currently your email is going to mx0.123-reg.co.uk and mx1.123-reg.co.uk as indicated by the MX records in your DNS zone. If you want your email to go to the host named mail.yourdomain.com (as represented by the A record in your DNS zone) then you need to change the MX record(s) to reflect that. The MX record is used to designate the host or hosts that ...


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The DC/DNS server should use it's own ip address for primary DNS and should use 127.0.0.1 for secondary DNS (assuming a single DC/DNS server). The clients should use the DC/DNS server for DNS. You can configure the DNS server properties to use the Forwarders of your choice to resolve external DNS names.


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From packet analysis, learned that the account being used to join the domain was missing permissions to read/write to Operating System Service Pack. That attribute was automatically being set to the version of samba that was installed.


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I would suggest you that you must cancel the order and order new certificate with new CSR and it must contains the www. version domain name. RapidSSL offers www and non-www support when you generate certificate for www veresion, so cancel your current order and re-issue your certificate with new CSR.


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The name of an Active Directory domain is only for internal usage, thus you could name it anything you want; however, in an Active Directory environment, the domain name also acts as the DNS suffix for all computers in the domain, and the domain controllers act as internal DNS servers which are (or at least behave as they were) authoritative for that DNS ...


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As a bestpractice you only configure the local DC as a DNS for the computers (no external DNS). Thus it mean that all query for *Microsoft.com will be answered by your DC and will mostly make them fail as unknown if they try to go at site like support.microsoft.com or anywhere else. With country tld now you can have a lot of domain name and it cost ...


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The only real way you can achieve this would be to plunk a reverse proxy down in front of your servers and make routing decisions based on the URL path requested. There's any number of products or solutions out there that can do it, chief among the free ones are HAproxy, mod_proxy and NGinx. On the commercial side, F5's BigIP LTM products, Citrix Netscalers ...


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It's usually easier to pre-stage the computer account, and assign permissions/owner to the account that will be joining it to the domain.


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You can use AD authentication using just LDAP without Kerberos. See here: http://htfdidt.blogspot.ca/2014_06_01_archive.html


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The link you posted is the best place to start. You would be performing an intraforest move and ADMT will ensure that the SID history of the migrated resources remains with the objects, since the move does create "new" objects in the destination domain. I recommend creating a lab environment to test in, by backing up your AD of both domains and restoring ...


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The first thing to try in a situation like this is to remove the computer/server from the domain. Reboot computer/server. Delete the computer account in the domain. Add the computer/server back to the domain again. Reboot the computer/server. Login and be happy.


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There's no good reliable starting point for a WHOIS client. It's more or less an "illusion" that you can use whois without also specifying the whois server to query. I'll refer to my answer here http://serverfault.com/a/615848/183318 for the available means of finding the proper WHOIS server for a TLD. Only the method of querying IANA (WHOIS or http) is ...


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Whois gets it's data from the registrar of the domain your are querying for. In case of Google's "brand TLD" the registrar is Charleston Road Registry (CRR), CRR is in turn a subsidy of Google. There's a SuperUser post with the proper way of configuring your whois client for the new TLDs. For the google TLD, you would need to query ...


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I've been researching this as well, and racking my brain on how to get this to work, and finally figured it out. So I figure I'd give everyone my way of doing it. It's not clean, but it'll work. This process could be implemented for other pages and method of creating pages. I created a page using PHP with a login form. It uses LDAPS connection to ...


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The Forest name and the Forest Root Domain name is the same. It isn't possible to have a Forest name differ from the Forest Root Domain name. You can create a child domain named domain.example.com but isn't possible to have a Forest name that differs from the Forest Root Domain name. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Cc738121(v=WS.10).aspx



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