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Everything seems normal. When you trace someinstance.mycompany.com the routing travels via VPN as specified in this rule: 10.0.0.0 255.255.0.0 On-link 172.16.0.163 11 while when you trace anything outside the VPN, it uses instead the normal gateway set by this rule: 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.0.254 192.168.0.113 ...


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Without knowing the specific answer, the steps I would take to troubleshoot it would be do create an any/any exception for your host in the Private profile of the Windows firewall of the host you're trying to manage, just to determine whether or not it's a firewall issue or whether there's something else at play. If it works when you do that, you can use ...


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In Powershell the hidden attribute is stored in the Attributes property of the Directoryinfo type. To view all items in a directory with their attributes you'd do this: Get-ChildItem "C:\MyPath" -Force | Select Name, Attributes The attributes are comma delimited entries that explain certain properties such as "Hidden, Directory" for a hidden folder. You ...


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attrib -s -h or attrib +s +h (Not Powershell, sorry. Kickin' it old skool.) There's a nice article on Powershell here. Relevant bit: $file=file.txt $file.attributes="Hidden" $file.attributes="Normal"


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These instructions on http://blog.yogi-way.lv/2013/01/ipv6-and-slaac.html are probably what you need: To disable SLAAC in Windows first check what NIC you would like to disable auto configuration on with: netsh interface ipv6 show interface Then execute netsh interface ipv6 set interface X routerdiscovery=disabled where X is desired ...


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I would recommend that you look over Deploy Windows To Go in Your Organization and Create Windows-To-Go drives in a simple Factory mode. Pushing an image to a USB drive with MDT does not make a Windows To Go workspace, you need to use the Windows To Go Creator Wizard or use PowerShell.


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This issue definitely sounds like a networking issue, like a second DHCP server that is improperly configured for DNS. Another possibility could be that these systems are not as identical as you believe, for example they could be the same make and model, but these systems connect to the network with an add-on network card. Are the systems possibly on a ...



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