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Of all the hoops I had to jump through, this was the EASIEST SOLUTION by far: http://www.em-soft.si/myblog/elvis/?p=403 Just install WS2012R2E, CANCEL the WIZARD, use the Powershell (run as admin), and enter the commands, HIT "Y" to continue (finish) WIZARD.... than VOILA! It's DONE! SIMPLE AS THAT. Why is something that should be SO simple so ...


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if go to Control Panel > Directory Service got to Domain Users - do a search for the problematic user. Double click the users & select Red/Write on the share you need to give them access to.


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What OS is your domain running on? An easy way is using /etc/aliases on Linux/UNIX: root: test@example.com a: test@example.com


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So while there are likely many reasons, I thought I should post what was my problem. My DNS records were messed up after I changed the IP's (see this post). When I corrected the Host (A) records for each affected destination PC, then an immediate connection was established. My thanks to joeqwerty for his comment at the post linked just above: "Verify ...


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There is no record on CloudFlare nameservers. You can check it via online DIG. Probably, you should wait some time and then if it still does not work, ask CloudFlare what is up.


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You need to create a record for the subdomain at Cloudflare, either explicitly with another A, or with a CNAME (use of CNAME is another discussion). With out a record that matches, the DNS server will claim non-existence. Adding a subdomain in Cpanel only tells the server what to do when it gets the request, but if there is not a proper DNS entry, the ...


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If you have a public network on any of the adapters, make sure that the main DNS server to be the "public ip of itself" that resolved the issue for me.


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I suspect that the problem is due to Enhanced Session Mode being enabled. When so, I'm pretty sure that the Virtual Machine Connection console uses RDP to connect to the VM, which requires the connecting user to be a member of the local Remote Desktop Users group, the local Administrators group or to have the appropriate user rights and RDP protocol ...


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Non-Admins aren't allowed to RDP into servers without being a member of the Remote Desktop Users group. I don't remember if that applies to desktop OS machines or not. I'm not sure if logging into the machines through the Hyper-V console counts as RDP or not though.


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There is a default virtual host defined in your httpd.conf that will handle web requests on the IP address itself. It will appear first in the list of VirtualHost's and the ServerName tag is typically set to the server IP address rather than a domain name. Example: <VirtualHost 104.37.179.4:80> ServerName 104.37.179.4 DocumentRoot ...


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This is impossible. Ok, not impossible, but to do it, you would need to brute-force iterate through the entire DNS name space. Needless to say, this would be very expensive and very time consuming. Additionally, DNS is non-deterministic. Due to round-robin and other load balancing methods, just because you query a record once does not mean you have ...


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I've seen this happen if the user connects to a network where the laptop thinks it should see the domain controller and doesn't. I don't remember the specifics, but it was either a customer network where the DNS server was Windows but obviously didn't know how to reach the correct DC, or the network had the same 172.168 subnet as the DC, but the DC wasn't ...


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The Wildcard SSL certificate can secure only single level subdomains. If you have wildcard SSL that issued for *.mycompany.com, then it will secure mycompany.com and its all sub domains. If your requirement is securing second level sub domains, so you should create CSR for *.internal.mycompany.com (with this condition, mycompany.com will get a domain name ...


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This rule does the opposite what you want. This one sends a 301 Moved Permanently response to the client when the user visits http://domain.com/ugc/ page, sending the client to http://ugc.domain.com. What you are actually looking is to define a new virtualhost for ugc.domain.com, and then set that virtual host's directory location to the directory where ...


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It turns out that the solution is simple - in principle if not in practice. The process cannot be actioned via Powershell or a GPO. It requires that the user in question logs in to the PC with their Microsoft Live account (i.e. UPN style login, such as jsmith@contoso.com). Log in as the user with UPN login that is connected to Microsoft Live Head to ...


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When you set up your first DC with Samba4, the term used is that you "provision" the domain. Among other things, provisioning creates the databases Samba uses. Then when you add another DC (and you should have at least 2) you install Samba on it, configure it to use the first DC as its nameserver, and then join the domain. This will replicate the ...


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I recommend to create DNS server for test domain on server B. It is standard and easy setup. If you want server A DNS service to resolve test domain, add it to server A and specify Server B as NS.


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You have set your DocumentRoot to /var/www/internet/movil/ but you point the directory to /. Change it to say <Directory /var/www/internet/movil> Also mind to remove the trailing slashes in the paths. The entire vhost would look like this: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@mores.es ServerName m.mores.es DocumentRoot ...


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If you happen to have SELinux enabled, that could be your culprit. sudo vim /var/log/audit/audit.log or sudo tail -f /var/log/audit/audit.log and sudo ls -Z /var/www/internet/movil/ With semanage fcontext you can then rectify this.


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Yes that is normal. There are no local user accounts on a Windows DC. If you are in User Accounts and you click Manage User Accounts you do get a list of accounts. If you look at the middle column of the list you will see that the column header says Domain and the entries in that column should all be the name of the Windows domain that the DC is a controller ...


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Active directory knows the concept of multiple DCs replicating in a multi-master fashion. That means that you can add additional DCs to your existing domain. See the full instructions on the Samba Wiki. In this setup, all DCs for the domain will be active simultaneously, and clients will use all of them. If one DC fails, the clients will simply continue to ...


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The company who removed the server should really have informed you about what happens when a domain-joined computer has no DC to contact and some of the things you'll notice you can or can no longer do since the computer is still part of a domain... It shouldn't harm anything by keeping the machine as part of a domain, however, it makes no sense to keep it ...


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You can change the CNAME to an A record to point to your server. What if the visitors visit without www (naked domain?). You said in your question, in at least two places, that you wanted to move the www subdomain.


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Yes, you can do this, you'd just need to set up your current hosting to listen for subdomain.domain-name.com, and then set up an (A) or (CNAME) record in the DNS control panel for domain-name.com which points to the IP address assigned by your current host. If you're setting it up as an (A) record, be wary that in the future if your current host changes IP ...


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Those permissions are being inherited from the parent folder. You'll need to remove/disable inheritance on this folder in order to change those permissions.


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First, you will have to setup LAMP on your VPS. LAMP stack is a group of open source software used to get web servers up and running. The acronym stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. Once LAMP is setup, you will have to setup Apache virtual hosts to host multiple websites on single IP address.There is no limit to the number of virtual hosts that can ...


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Normaly I would check apache2 / httpd / nginx, or whatever your webServer is to configure virtual domain. By doing so, you can ask your web server to route HTTP request to specific location depending on the hostname entered by the end user. For apache2 configuration should look like that (specific for webmin). With example1.com your domain name, 10000 the ...


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I would change the convention of naming objects the same as reserved names in AD, such as naming a computer object "USER". This convention only serves to introduce confusion for future Admins.


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Just a complementary solution to the accepted answer, as I ended up here more or less with the same need. The difference is one gets the level name decoded: Import-Module ActiveDirectory $ForestRoot = 'top.domain' (get-adforest -identity $ForestRoot).ForestMode (get-adforest -identity $ForestRoot).Domains | ForEach-Object {Get-ADDomain -Identity $_ | ft ...


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You have to have connectivity and the best way to do that is with a VPN. Assuming you have the VPN up and running then PHOENIX has to be configured to use a DNS server that is part of your domain and is Active Directory integrated so the zone for the domain has all the necessary information. PHOENIX should be configured to use AD DNS servers exclusively. ...


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There is no problem in using separate certificates(even from different issuers) for separate (sub)-domains. for consistency you may want to use one issuer, but that isn't strictly required. In theory you can choose from: Two separate certificates for each domain. Multi-domain certificate, which includes both those domains. Wildcard certificate, which ...



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