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Bitlocker likes to tie in to hardware configuration, the level of the tie in can be controlled with the PCR registers (also applies to win 7): http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2007/11/windows-vista-bitlocker-error-system.html When migrating bitlocker encrypted system: Fully Decrypt the drive before imaging, than image it with password encryption. Do not just ...


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So as @ELT comments, you need to put in place a loopback policy, so full set up would be: Create a GPO on the OU of the server. Set the "Enable screen saver" policy at the user configuration branch to "Disabled". At the Computer Configuration branch, set "Configure user Group Policy loopback processing mode" to "Enabled", mode "Merge". This last policy ...


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Of course. As long as the device supports Microsoft's RDP protocol, you can connect with any device to any MS Terminal Server.


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This is old, but people may wish to know that you can do this with "netstat". The command has been available in out-of-the-box Windows for a really, really long time. For example, get to an elevated command prompt and use netstat -a -b. Among other things, it lists every bound port on the machine and (attempts) to show you the process that owns it.


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Microsoft articles with the details to specify search locations None of my windows images look for device location from floppy disk. This may have to with the installation options of your image Be sure to verify the OS in the articles below. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff553973(v=vs.85).aspx ...


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After doing some google search, I found a tutorial that specified pointing fqdn and server name to the localhost in the hosts file i.e. 127.0.1.1 hostname.domainname.org hostname Hope this helps.


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Yes, you just cant stop the firewall services directly as it will definitely hamper your other work tasks. What all you can do it you can disable or turn off it by advance security settings available in Windows firewall. Do, this thing and you won't face any trouble while establishing a remote connection.


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Why are you stopping the firewall service? If you need to turn off the firewall you may do this in Windows Firewall with Advanced Security (wf.msc) by setting the state to Off for all three profiles (or only certain profiles), or via administrator command prompt: netsh advfirewall set allprofiles state off Disabling the Firewall service is actively ...


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running the following commands worked: slmgr /ipk "product key" slmgr /ato


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Powershell: Get-WmiObject Win32_Process | Select Name, ProcessId, CommandLine


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Have a look at PowerShell and the Get-Process command; it can give you any info you'll find in the Task Manager, and a lot more. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh849832.aspx https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee176855.aspx


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If you want to run a MS-DOS environment, you'll need access to actual MS-DOS setup files (most likely as floppy images); simply creating a bootable MS-DOS partition isn't enough, you'll have to actually install MS-DOS in it. As a side note, I'd suggest using a virtual machine instead of trying to run MS-DOS on a modern computer; this has two main ...


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We had an issue where no one could log on as the limit was reached, so we used Remote Desktop Services Manager. That allowed us to see who was RDP in and disconnect the user who forgot to log off.


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I was able to clear all stored passwords by setting all of the NL$ entries to the same as the last one (the last few NL$ entries were the same so it looks like they are just placeholders). I tested this on Windows 7 PRO 64bit computers, I have not tested it on anything else. Just copy the below into notepad and save it as a .reg then run regedit /s ...


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I had the same problem in the opposite direction. I was trying to share a printer attached to a Windows XP machine, while all my clients were using Windows 7. I tried a LOT of things. In the end I solved the problem like this: Enabled Simple Sharing in the Windows XP machine. Ran the Network Setup Wizard (in the Windows XP machine). Restarted Windows XP. ...


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I would recommend using MDT (Microsoft Deployment Toolkit) to handle this automatically. It has a user account page for user defined account(s). It will place the created user(s) into a var(s). You can run a command (from cmd or powershell) using that var. Or if you're really into unattend.xml you can have it integrated into the unattend.xml file when it is ...


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https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee844140(v=ws.10).aspx This solved my issue. As soon as I made the registry entry the drives were showing up as connected in the program and I did not have to reconfigure it.


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check DNS setting on your win7 machine, check that you could reach at least one domain controller by dns, ip. I think RSAT failed to contact domain controllers because of DNS issues. Also try use NETBIOS domain name: domain, and FQDN of the domain controllers.


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Working on Windows 8.1 and the new Remote Desktop Connection Manager v2.7 still has this same issue. A workaround is not to use copy paste, but drag the files to the new location while copying files in your remote desktop. Maybe Windows 10 is the answer.


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If Windows is in an AD domain, it by default appends AD domain name as its search suffix, or you can specify your own search suffix as Craig pointed out. Regardless, if you ping FQDN, it should always work. For example, if you ping "host.yourSubDomain.yourDomain.com.", it should always be resolved by the DNS server that you set up. Please note the "dot" at ...


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Check to make sure that ntpd is synched with the domain controller. I had the same problem until today I noticed a 45 min time difference between the offending server and the domain controller. Once I ran ntpdate it worked fine.


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The solution to this problem was an hardware upgrade. I waited for almost 3 months now to make sure and investigate further but the freezes are gone. I upgraded the RAM (3GB->6GB) on the client sides as well as the network (100MBit -> 1GBit). I suspect it was the fault of the network so the requests timed out whenever the network was heavily loaded. Since ...


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I did not create a proper AIP as explained in http://www.adobe.com/devnet-docs/acrobatetk/tools/AdminGuide/aip.html Steps to successfully deploy Adobe Reader XI via GPO: Download EXE from Adobe-FTP-Server start a cmd with admin-rights extract EXE: (see klaus-hartnegg.de/gpo/msi_acroread.html) e.g. AdbeRdr11002_en_US.exe -nos_oD:\AdobeReader -nos_ne cd ...


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What you will need to do is configure the search domain for the Windows PC. You haven't given details on which version of Windows you're running, but for Windows 7 (shamelessly stolen from this SuperUser answer): Go to Control Panel → Network and Internet → Network and Sharing Center. Click on Change Adapter Settings on the left side. Right-click ...


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If that's Windows RDP see https://superuser.com/questions/491925/windows-8-shortcut-keys-via-rdp for where you can choose to redirect the windows key.


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If the setting mentioned is set to all-user profiles and Wifi is still dropping, you may need to log into an admin account and connect to the network. One of our machines at work would disconnect when switching users, making remote control difficult as the user had standard user rights. What I did was log in as admin when I was local to the machine and ...


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Turns out there was problem with the one configuration parameter. The server was responding to open requests for files even though it was opening a directory. This caused the client to send a request to stop the enumeration in between.


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By design, you are not really supposed to be able to launch processes in other people's sessions. (To clarify, even if you are logged on interactively at a computer desktop, and also have another separate network logon to the same machine at the same time using the same credentials, those still count as two different logon sessions.) This is simply ...


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The bug got corrected in 2008R2 to see the send box. You cannot view or manage outgoing faxes in Windows Server 2008 R2 On the client side to see the box correctly in a Windows 7 you might need : An application that uses the Fax Service Extended COM API only enumerates the fax jobs of the current user account in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2 ...


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For me, there was no {default}, only {current} so I did: bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabled No bcdedit /set {current} bootstatuspolicy ignoreallfailures and it solved my issue where my NUC would always want to start up in recovery mode, even when shutdown properly.


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Have you tried using a symbolic link? mklink /d "c:\data\network docs" "\server\shareddata\" That way you're not depending on the network drive


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This should solve the problem for you - https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/297684. it's caused by the drives disconnecting after a period of inactivity. The knowledge base article provides a fix to stop it happening.


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This may mean the DLL you want to register is missing the bit that allows it to be registered. Try using depends.exe or dumpbin.exe (manual here) to see if the Dllregisterserver (described here) entry point actually exists in the .dll. Perhaps you are just looking at the wrong .dll?


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Log onto a Windows AD DC server for the domain (assuming Windows Server 2008 or newer). Create a new Group Policy object (GPO) (use the Group Policy Management Console). Modify the GPO's scope by using a Security Filter so that only your user account is affected by the polices in this GPO (GPMC -> Scope Tab -> Security Filtering; remove all existing users ...


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Something like this should work : RewriteRule ([^/]+)/(.*)/?index.php$ $1 RewriteRule \.php $1 Edit : The first rule could be replaced by this one, which is more straight forward : RewriteRule (.*)/index\.php?$ $1 e.g : URL = http://www.foo.bar/admin/index.php Matched rule = RewriteRule ([^/]+)/(.*)/?index.php$ $1 Result : http://www.foo.bar/admin ...


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In case you don't want to setup your vm network as bridge you can use a proxy to access it from an external device, check out this blog post for more information how to access docker containers from external devices


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The timeout is different depending on what version of Windows you are running. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/openspecification/archive/2013/03/27/smb-2-x-and-smb-3-0-timeouts-in-windows.aspx Many of the timeouts can be over-ridden via the registry.


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The service controller uses a dynamic RPC port, which is identified after talking to the RPC Endpoint Mapper on port 135, as mentioned by Greg Askew. Windows Firewall can be configured to allow the RPC dynamic ports through without any registry editing or RPC reconfiguration: Open Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. Create a new inbound rule with the ...


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How is the user able to log into the Windows 7 machine even if the computer account is disabled? For this part, try unplugging the physical LAN cable from your computer and try logging in again with the usual credentials. The cache password should still be available for you to logon however while you are in you will still need to rejoin the domain on that ...



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