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As you're being somewhat vague (or at least in-precise) on what updates you're going to do, I'll make some broad blanket statements that will hopefully answer your question. For windows updates on Servers You can generally safely postpone the updates indefinitely, not taking into regard that it is not safe to have your system be behind in security, ...
I'm assuming this is an internal application, since you know you want to embed credentials rather than let a customer choose them when installing. In Windows 7/Windows server 2008 R2 or higher, you can use Managed Service Accounts. These are accounts that, by design, do not have a password that you know. (They act like computer accounts and ...
Well I have pretty much come to a conclusion. In short, yes, it will work (if the reservation already exists). However like so many things from MS there are some caveats since there can be errors if adding a NEW reservation outside of the address pool. It seems the best method is to utilize exclusion zones on your address pool to limit what range of ...
Just as a user needs to log out and back in to reflect group membership changes, a computer needs to reboot to reflect group membership changes.
LDAP zone msdcs_domian.com.com was missing from zone. When drive crashed and windows did a checkdisk it must have rebuilt the file with the missing msdcs.
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