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Try placing the end quote differently: "C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --kiosk-printing


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I did some research and this is what I found on different forums: There are two possibilities: slow Office save times to Windows Server 2008 Vitaly suggested to disable SMB2 on the server that holds the share. To do so add a REG_DWORD entry named Smb2 with a value of 0 to: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters Then reboot the ...


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Yes the cisco asa 5500 series can support l2tp/ipsec firewalls and the native windows client can be used to connect to them.


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This is out of the realm of what you'll be able to fix yourself. As I see it, you have two options: Open a support ticket with Microsoft. If you don't have an existing support agreement, you'll have to pay. Your option 2: scrap their entire local AD. The cost of option 2 in terms of downtime, lost productivity and IT time probably dwarfs the cost of ...


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I tried this simple modification and worked like a charm. Got this from some genius named Thekid2point0 on another site: "Not sure if this would help but I had a user with this same issue and after awhile changing all the settings I could find, I found one that did the trick. Under the Folder options go to the Search tab and under how to search check the "...


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I was able to reproduce the issue with Update 2 using a local/non-domain account. LDAP did not work, GC does work. I'm not sure why. If it is only this query that is failing, perhaps using GC would be an acceptable workaround. The same query using a regular .NET application does not fail. I did notice the following in the Netlogon.log but I don't think ...


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maybe you can create a web service and then query it from wherever you want... e.g.: you create a PHP script which requires one parameter (computername) and returns true (if computername is already joined to the domain) or false. Then you can query this page from within your PowerShell script, like this: (New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString("http://...


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It's an upstream bug: https://github.com/qemu/qemu/commit/94ef4f337fb6 Roll-back to 2.5.1 and you should see the problem subsist.


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Another possibility (without GPO) is using surun with a rule as in this screenshot.


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This is because by default a certain number of logons are cached on the clients (also on servers). You can disable it using a group policy (for example Default Domain Policy) and setting Interactive logon: Number of previous logons to cache (in case domain controller is not available) in Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local ...


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Yes, you can use an answer file to specify international settings To configure international settings regarding your Windows 7 Enterprise automated installation by referring to this Microsoft Technet article. You will need the appropriate language pack that you intend to install. As well, you can add language packs to the Operating System if it is not ...


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Azure AD is not a fully functional domain, in it's default form it is mainly just a user and group store, which you cannot join machines to. Windows 10 has some special features that allow you to join to an Azure AD domain, but Windows 7 does not. However, Azure AD Directory Services (AD DS) is a relatively new feature (still in preview) that you can enable ...


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On the taskbar, click Start, and then click Control Panel. In Control Panel, click Programs and Features, and then click Turn Windows Features on or off. Expand Internet Information Services, then World Wide Web Services, then Common Http Features. Select HTTP Redirection, and then click OK.


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Windows Easy Transfer is now deprecated and does not exist on Windows 10. Instead you can use Microsoft USMT. It is free to use, however its quite complicated. Using a GUI makes it really simple though. See this Technet article for more information on USMT how-to-migrate-windows-user-profile-to-new-account-new-pc-or-new-domain


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Hi SwissCoder and others passing this post there's a Technet page on using USMT with a GUI. With USMT it is possible to migrate local users to a Domain or vice versa: User Migration with USMT and a GUI


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The trust issues usually happen with laptops that have not contacted a domain controller for longer than 30 days (the machine password is not renewed). Your best option now would be to reset the local administrator password with something like ntpasswd or the trinity rescue kit, and then rejoining the machine to the domain.


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This sounds like a routing issue and I suspect it is at the client. You firstly need to verify on the client that the packets with a destination of your server network(10.79.79.81 or whatever) are going through the VPN tunnel and not through your normal interface. Check your routing tables or use traceroute to verify. If this traffic isn't going through the ...


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I had the same issue with a computer. User could only see the files If he browsed to the share using the FQDN. I fixed the problem by disabling IPv6 under the network settings on that computer - answer found here: https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/334559-user-can-t-see-files-on-network-share


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So apparently there were also DNS servers set on certain scopes at the scope level which is more specific than the server level. Those took precedence and my server level DNS server list was ignored. We removed the scope-level DNS lists and the server-level list started applying properly. Pretty simple, just didn't see it.


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In the GPO's console: Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Windows Time Service\Time Providers\Enable Enable Windows NTP Client and Enable Windows NTP Server. Double Click Configure Windows NTP Client settings, type NTP server Name In case the GPO does not apply, you can enter it by script or by hand that way : w32tm /config /...


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Group Policy runs within the Winlogon.exe process, which runs under the LocalSystem security context, so this is not about what user is logging on to the computer, this is about the computer. The only suggestion I have would be to unjoin and rejoin this computer to the domain to see if that corrects it.


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I stuck with this problem as I wanted to add some URLs in DNS box but it was not letting me do anything and the whole block was greyed out. Also, did not get any further help from Googling. Ultimately tried some combination of guesses and fortunately one of them worked for me and it made the DNS block editable. Here are the steps: Open Registry Editor by ...



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