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Set actimeo to a lower value in your fstab file and remount.


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I found the reason for the problem I also got: The attribute "packageFlags" in ldap (from eg: CN=28fc4a18-4476-48ce-81af-a35890ca8c0e,CN=Packages,CN=Class Store,CN=Machine,CN={FCDD4C11-FBCC-45B4-9655-7A327138A512},CN=Policies,CN=System,DC=domain,DC=local) holds as example -1610593168. When I delete the value in adsiedit, it works. So there are two options: ...


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I think this answer should get you most of the way to what you need. It covers getting the extension from each file and then doing a rename.


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Yes, they will still be valid. The computer will need two restart from memory and the domain name will change in the "login to" box.


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If I rename my local windows domain on my domain controller will all of the user accounts associated with the "old" domain name need to be recreated? No. Will the user SIDs still be valid ... Yes. ... and would my users login like normal with newdomain\username instead of olddomain\username and everything will be the way it was as if it ...



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