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The quickest way to do this is as follows. 1) Turn off the current VM (Call this VM1) 2) Spin Up a new VM (Call this VM2) and attach the OS disk from VM1 as a data disk. See this question for reference. 3) Boot VM2 and open registry 4) Load the registry hive from the attached OS disk of VM1. See this question for reference 5) Disable the firewall ...


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This is indicative of a poor network connection. If only some users have this problem a good next step is to identify how those users connect (wired, mobile broadband, wifi, etc.) and where they are working (at home, in an office, in public). If it is happening to all of your users check your server adapter settings and verify the server is not seeing ...



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