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The password is replicated to the domain controller with the PDC Emulator role immediately, at the next replication interval to all other domain controllers. Additionally, if a logon fails, the authentication is attempted at the the PDC Emulator role domain controller, so you should not need to be too concerned about the effects of delayed replication for ...
Possibly related. In esxi 6, changing the root password in the Vsphere client did not seem to properly take effect. I could no longer log into vsphere, but could still log into the machine console with the old password. Restarting all the management agents seemed to bring everything into line again.
So, to sum up: Problems like this are frequently caused by inconsistent name resolution. When accessing file shares, try to use real host names as they are configured in the System Properties dialog, and not any kind of alias. If having troubles, try accessing the share by the IP address of the server. If still unsuccessful, you probably have a problem of ...
Thanks to @Sergio and @PJMahoney We've now worked out what the problem was. Client 1 contains 2 NICs, only NIC 1 is connected; however NIC 2 was configured with a static IP of the same address of Server 1. Evidence of this was that the Client was resolving the Server 1's IP to its own Hostname; (Thank you Sergio for telling me about ping -a). It's always ...
Try running these commands from the machines that cannot access with hostnames: nbtstat -RR AND ipconfig /flushdns NOTE: The hosts file also relies on a hard-coded IP address. You may want to consider configuring the server is a static IP address rather than DHCP.
I was looking for a way to change my users teamviewer passwords without having to log in or talk them through it (from a security and side too). For those having issues with remote VNC passwords, have you tried intelliadmin network administrator 3.0? You can remote enable/disable RDP/ CD ROMS/ USB and change VNC passwords provided you have the credentials of ...
Every bizhub has an admin menu and unfortunately, KM makes it hard to find. You can change that pin in this admin menu or even remove it, but you have to login with an admin account on the machine.
Or try different software. I am using SysaxAutomation. It comes with a script editor and can handle SFTP and so on.
I assume your server is OpenLDAP. If you deploy the ppolicy, you get the option to force password change at first logon with the combination of pwdMustChange in the policy file plus pwdReset on the entry. The upside is you are going to deploy something you are going to need in the future: password expire, password force check and so on. The downside is ...
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