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Since SVR1 and SVR2 are not part of the same AD domain, you will need to store credentials for SVR2 somewhere on SVR1 for your automated script to access. Using WinRM and sufficiently updated Powershell, Powershell Remoting will let you establish a connection from SVR1 to SVR2 and do whatever you can think of on a command line in an automatic fashion. You ...


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SCCM is always gonna copy double disk space when copying from a scratch directory to a DP, I don't think there's a way around this. If you want to conserve space on the server, consider having the clients download directly from MS if your bandwidth can handle it, or setting your scratch directory off the server. Otherwise, the only real solution is more ...


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Based on your comment above I think it's safe to say you have a DNS problem. For a domain DFS namespace root to be fault tolerant the domain's name must resolve to at least two Domain Controller (DC) computers. This would be the case in a typical "stock" Active Directory environment where each DC would register itself with a blank "A" record at the root of ...


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Microsoft Update KB2984972 - Uninstall this and reboot the host. We had the identical issue today after automatic updates were applied.


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Server 2008 R2/Windows 7 introduced TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 support for Windows, and was released prior to the attacks that made TLS 1.0 vulnerable, so it's probably just a matter of TLS 1.0 being the default because it was the most widely used TLS version at the time Server 2008 R2 was released (July, 2009). Not sure how you'd know for sure, or find out "why" ...


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This occurs because two objects with the same name were created on different domain controllers before the change was replicated to the other. Duplicates cannot exist so the first one got renamed. (Possibly an admin made the computer account manually on one DC and then joined using the other DC?) Pick the one that is in use and delete the other.


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There is no built-in functionality to do what you're looking for, specifically, in Windows Server 2008 R2 (or in any version of Windows Server, actually). The Server service, which handles file and printer sharing, doesn't have any capability to grant / deny permission based on client IP address. (This is something that Samba can do, but Windows has never ...


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We are using AADServer for multiple RDP connection to Windows 7. It looks like KB2984972 isn't compatible. So uninstalling KB2984972 helps me. Thx Gabriel


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If you have your branches mapped to Active Directory (AD) Sites you can link a GPO at the site with a Group Policy Preferences drive mapping preference. The computer will automatically "detect" its Site (by way of its IP address and Subnets defined in AD) and apply whatever GPO is linked at the Site. I like this method of locating the computer on the ...


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You want to use Group Policy Preferences Mapped Drive Items. You can use item-level targeting to map drives based on the OU of the computer, which seems like it should satisfy your requirements.



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