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Try using one of AKCP's computer room temperature monitors called the sensorProbe2. http://sensorprobe2.com/ They have a bundle that costs around $295 and you get a free network monitoring software.


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You have to enable ICS for the internet-facing interface. You can also download a trial version of Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 and use it for your tests (for 180 days, after which you have to reinstall everything).


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for the shortest way of check; just after clicking start menu, choose run box and type msiexec there , then it will popup a window of windows installer with instructions and the version number in the heading...


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I figured I'd add an update about our experience with this - we have found that using a third-party app to update the time makes the problem worse. The app works great but we find that the time changes every hour and then the app has to correct it. If we configure Windows time sync to use NTP then the time stays correct and the third-party ...


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OS X can have trouble sometimes with actually authenticating against active directory. It is therefore storing them as off-line accounts, and it may appear they are authenticating with the AD, when it is not necessarily true. It may be authenticated against a stored hash. If this is the case, lockout won't work, as it is never actually hitting the active ...


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$HomeDir = "F:\Users\First.Last" $objUser = New-Object System.Security.Principal.NTAccount "DOMAIN\first.last" $ACL = Get-Acl -Path $HomeDir $acl.SetOwner($objUser) Set-ACL -Path $HomeDir -AclObject $ACL This should set the Ownership for you using Powershell. I'm assuming this is in a domain environment


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Try creating a CNAME record to replace the A record. It's been a while since I last encountered this error but I believe this worked in conjunction with the kb914056 fix. First in DNS create a CNAME record instead of a normal Host(A) record. Launch your registry editor Create a new DWORD key in the registry On the server open regedit and navigate yo: ...


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At the root level of the share on the 2003 server this file is seen: .com.apple.smb.streams.off At the root level of the share on the 2008 server this file is seen: .com.apple.smb.streams.on Changing this file to match the 2003 setup - .off - archives using either zip application retain the streams. The display of file size after copies to server are ...


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3rd party Certificates will not validate automatically in mail clients, you would have to add the CA certificate manually for each client. The folder \externals\ca, I think is for validation purposes in ssl connections between 2 servers, not between client and server. A much better solution is using good ssl certificates. You can create a free ssl ...


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This works fine for me (hidpi client to lodpi server) with not configuration on the server: Remote Desktop Connection Manager (by MS) (tested on win 8.1 with 200% dpi)


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Sounds like the issue lies with the workstation and not the users account. With that said : Ensure the DNS servers are correct on the clients workstation Remove the workstation from the domain and then re-add it. To do this right click on my computer, select Properties. From there click on the Computer Name tab and click Change. Remove everything from the ...


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Are you preparing the server for decommission by any chance? I had a similar issue when trying to move Active Directory from 2003 to a new 2012 box at 2 sites. 3 questions: I presume you are running ipv4? If so, disable ipv6 on the 2012 box as it gets in the way & can cause issues. I spent 3 wasted hours on an early install before I learn't that ...


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nltest /dsregdns run from a DC will tell that DC to register it's records. /dsderegdns will tell the DC to unregister it's records. If the DC is dead, you can't run "nltest" so there does not seem to be a utility to clean the dead DC's records out of DNS... A DC's records are a lot more than what is registered with ipconfig /registerdns. A DC registers ...


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With Group Policies, you can limit the amount of simultaneous connections: "Limit number of connections" and "Remove Disconnect option from Shut Down dialog" maybe "Set time limit for disconnected sessions" read more at http://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/library/cc770884%28WS.10%29.aspx That way you would make it impossible for users to Disconnect the ...


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No, this will not work. Both DHCP Servers must be at least Windows Server 2012. As an aside, you should be removing 2003 from your environment quickly, not tying it in to new infrastructure. It goes end of extended support early next year.


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Concerning your Powershell snipplet: It's exactly what you are looking for as long as the .csv has the information in exact the format you need. This means First.Last without quoting and without any other chars than the "." between First and Last and of course without column names. To your second question: This depends on the setup you have and the things ...


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Another option not yet mentioned is Google Apps for Business (Gmail and Google Drive). It's cheap, but whether G-Drive will work for you depends on a number of factors such as bandwidth, data size and data volatility.


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I'm not starting a debate here for Microsoft vs Linux but most of my smaller customers now use Zimbra as Groupware and Samba as PDC. I don't think you really need an Active Directory for 10 users but I did set up a Samba 4 server with AD, roaming profiles and folder redirection for a customer with 3 employees last week. Spared them the costs of the Windows ...


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The division in two machines might be for system stability reasons. If one faults, you can still use the other one. Your business will not totally get stuck.


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Check Office365 for someone online, possibly adding a smaller NAS for a local file storage - depending on your needs. Exchange at this size is best hosted online.


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Eliminating downtime completely is difficult and usually undesirable - you don't want to impersonate your old server for eternity, so the users should start using the new name some time - you have to choose if they should manually switch, you'll script the changes for them etc. Since it's a different and complicated subject, let me know if you want me to ...


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I use this program to keep shares in sync when needed... https://www.syncovery.com/ It is not free but it is a very useful tool. It can sync in real-time or a specified interval, will copy permissions and only copies the diff as well. I have had no problems using this program.


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In the past I would just use something like Xcopy or even Synctoy to migrate file server data to a new system. NTFS permissions are copied over and then you just recreate the shares. More recently I've used Bvckup 2, its ability to run delta copies and ease to setup as a service are really slick. You can setup something that syncs to the new server in ...


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short answer - yes. as long as the drive is the same size and geometry. the fact that it was in a previous RAID array doesn't matter.


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Buy a blu-ray external USB drive, and make some backups there. It is cheap, and with 50GB in each disk (double layer) each of your savesets will comfortably fit in only one disk. After you have that set up (it is a bit uncomfortable to change disks, but it is a temporary solution) you can think on better alternatives with more time ahead and no pressure.


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Have you tried Print Services of Windows Server? Technet: Windows Server Print Services Specific Instructions here: To install printers to groups of users or computers by using Group Policy Open the Administrative Tools folder, and then double-click Print Management. In the Print Management tree, under the appropriate print server, ...


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That icons means something is wrong and nothing else. It's a generic indication of a problem and it's not meant to convey a specific error message. For that you should look at the event log and perform the usual investigation steps. I checked the DHCP icons and, if they really mean what the documentation says, they are really misleading (e.g. a server with ...


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I suggest you to download and install eurysco on the remote machine and use the command line feature... http://www.eurysco.com/feature/command-line


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There are two possible interpretations to your question here: You've updated a DNS record, but you're still seeing the old address, which means your connections are going to the wrong place. Your webserver is still listening on the old IP and not the new one. If the former then you need to flush your cache, or wait for the record to expire. If the ...


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Click on the task bar - Toolbars - click one of the many checked "Language Bar" entries. Now you have one language bar less. Repeat this process until they are all gone


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The RPC servive can also be revived by restarting the "DNS Client" and "Net Logon" services (provided you can get to the console either physically or via Drac/ILO/KVM or something). This does not solve the underlying problem, but at least you will avoid restarting the server.



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