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Ok, so it looks like you have duplicated SID's in your network If you used sysprep without generalize option or some third-party software to create "golden-image", it left initial SID intact. So, when you installed win7 on new pc's they got same SID's for each machine and now having problems authenticating computers accounts (because sid must be unique in ...


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Uninstall all components of Exchange 2010 except for Hub Transport and Management Tools. As long as your send connector is correctly configured, server reports will go out to the internet. I'd also recommend removing the internet domain from the accepted domains list and just leave domain.local. I've migrated half a dozen SBS2011 machines to Office 365 and ...


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I would leave the second DC RW. In case of hardware failure, the SBS server might be down for [a day/four hours/whatever your support contract says] while you get the replacement part.


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Once the 2nd server is restored, was it still part of the domain? you will need to connect this server to the domain and add AD role. It can be RW domain but all FSMO roles will remain with SBS.


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As you're using SBS 2011, you could allow the remote company to use the Remote Web Access website - this will allow them to make an RDP connection to the internal computer via a web page. In order to do this, you will need to set them up as a user in the SBS Console, give them access to RWA, and remote rights to that particular computer. I'm assuming that ...



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