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Manually install the client connector as detailed at http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2015/07/23/client-connector-availability-with-windows-home-server-small-business-server-and-windows-server-essentials-for-supported-client-os.aspx


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Can you connect to the DB with something like Oracle SQL developer? I would verify that you can hit the DB remotely first and then troubleshoot your C#. Could be drivers or not having the right driver (32 vs 64 bit).


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If you already have an existing Z: drive connected to something else, you will need to remove it (net use /delete z:). If you still have an existing vSubst configured, you may need to remove it. For regular drive mappings: From a command prompt:, net use z: \\dir\bin. From windows explorer: Go to Computer/Map Network Drive Enter Z for the drive ...


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I've seen Windows 8 preventing certain net traffic "even" when the native firewall looks off! Please remember TFTP is a protocol that negotiate its transfers on port 69 but later the actual data-transfer is carried out on a randomly selected port. Both ports must be open to traffic. Instead of turning Windows firewall off why don't you try creating the ...


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(not enough reputation to comment your question, so I'll do it here, please do not consider this an answer) In that situation, I'd check: That the Themes service is working (you don't specify if you get a Windows Classic theme or an Aero one...). Windows Event Log, for errors in Aero and/or GPOs. Commands to check your GPOs, like gporesult in command ...


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Although they are quite old, here are a couple of different Microsoft hotfixes for issues with this particular group policy setting not applying correctly in Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008. Not sure if they apply in your case, but here they are: Hotfix #1 Hotfix #2


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Nevermind, I found a solution. This question has already been asked on superuser. For the solution see: http://superuser.com/questions/182375/always-display-the-last-default-user-windows-7-welcome-screen/182382#182382 and http://superuser.com/questions/66400/hide-account-from-login-screen-but-can-be-used-in-uac.


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have you tried using net user to disable the admin account? net user administrator /active:no NOTE : open command prompt via Run it as administrator


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If you did not disable the Administrator account, just hidden it from the login screen, you can log in as Administrator via Remote Desktop connection. (provided that remote desktop is enabled on the machine...)


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You need to enable auditing. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771070.aspx Once you have auditing enabled, you can see who has browsed, opened/read, written folders and files. EDIT Oh, wait, you're on Windows 8. You can't do that on Windows 8. You'll need to download an auditing app and install it on your system if you want audit ...


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You want: netsh wlan set profileparameter name="NAME" authentication=WPA2 encryption=TKIP If you type netsh wlan set profileparameter ?, the help that comes up lists the available values for the settings. Usage: set profileparameter [name=]<string> [[interface=]<string>] [SSIDname=<string>] [ConnectionType=ESS|IBSS] ...


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It's still not entirely clear what you really want, but based on the clarification in the comments you're better off setting restrictions on when users can log into computers using something like logon hours. It sounds like you're more interested in preventing logins to the box after a certain point (like when the smart card is removed) rather than getting ...



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