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If your environment is healthy and properly redundant as you say, this is fine.


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Rewriting to a different port works but the port will not be left out. This rule will rewrite the request to port 8025 but the port will be included in the URL. If that does not do what you want you will need to use Application Request Routing which as you probably suspect is a reverse proxy.


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The Domain and Forest functional levels can only be upgraded to 2012R2 once you have Migrated all of your DCs to 2012R2. Remember that you can go back down to 2008R2 functional level once you have upgraded to 2012R2. Don't forget to Transfer all the FSMO roles to your new DCs before decommissioning the older 2008R2 DCs. Any existing servers with static IP ...


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Change the file location by moving to a new folder or modify its name , problem solved !! Cheers.


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Well it looks like Brian's answer was the correct one in suggesting this hostfix. Installing this patch fixed the issue. We can't completely rule out that some other random update fixed the issue as some updates were run while ram was reduced. Although this does look like the likely candidate. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2566205


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I have discovered that, on the affected server, access to winrm is limited to members of a single, custom Group (Local Users and Groups). Adding the administrator users to that Group enables access for those users. Now I am trying to figure out how access was limited to members of the custom group. My consolation is that the IT specialists at our hosting ...


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It was not the users were not able to delete their files, but they were not able to send those files to the Recycle Bin! From the perspective of the FSRM, the users were trying to MOVE files from one location to another, WRITING them in a location which was forbidden, not allowing that. Actually deleting the files (caps+delete) works flawless.


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Set both these policies for members of local Administrator group to be able to change files and connect to admin shares:


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You can make a bat file and inside the bat try something like this: net stop {serviceName} & net start {serviceName} and use the bat file as a program for a scheduled task.


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I adapted the scheduled task described in: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9946331/bat-file-to-close-program-after-5-minutes-of-inactivity From cmd on the server that you're trying to avoid having a stale session on, enter: schtasks /create /u {yourusernamehere} /sc ONIDLE /i {idlelimit-int-inminutes} /tn "Idlelogoffformgmtuser" /tr ...


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We did get to the login page and could not get past it, this suggested a database problem, we tried login in SQL editor with the application credentials and found a lock, and the DBA corrected this. So, somewhat of a false alarm, thanks to anyone who read tho.


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Drivers are stored on the print server itself. You could push out an installation of these via GPO or other software deployment tool if you want to pre-install them from a central source. Using either of these methods, you could specify which server the drivers are installed from, or let AD do it automatically for you based on AD sites.


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I had the same problem and I did the followings and the problem solved: In Services: -"Windows Event Collector"->Properties->Startup Type->Automatic(Delayed Start). -"Windows Log"->Properties->Startup Type->Manual. -"Remote Access Auto Connection Manager"->Properties->Startup Type->Manual. -"Remote Access Connection Manager"->Properties->Startup ...


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The Windows Update Cleanup is only available for Windows Server 2008 R2 (Windows 7 counterpart) after installing this update, you use the the counterpart of Windows Vista which never gets this feature. To cleanup WinSxS you have to manually uninstall old updates. To know which updates are no longer needed (superseded), open regedit, and go to the key ...


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I added the tags windows-server-2008-r2 and windows-server-2008 because I didn't see a tag for Windows Server Enterprise SP2. - That's because there is no such thing. It's either Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition or it's Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition. It isn't just Windows Server Enterprise Edition. If you're going to ask a question the ...


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Don't ever manually delete anything in those folders. The first one contains multiple versions of system files and DLLs, so that any program can find the exact version it requires, thus solving the long-dreaded "DLL hell" problem. Unfortunately, this has the side effect of the folder contents growing in size each time any update is installed. But manually ...


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Mixed OS version clusters are not supported. Get all of your servers on the same version. See: Planning for high availability and site resilience (Microsoft Technet) Each member of a DAG must be running the same operating system.


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There are downgrade rights, but not a downgrade path. In other words, wipe and reinstall.


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EDIT: Made it more Human readable How a domain controller works Configure the client to use the Domain controller DNS service. How a domain controller works When you configuring a domain controller there will be also an DNS service installed. Without this service your domain is not reachable. On the domain controller set the Primary DNS (by default) ...


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I solved this problem with the following method: Type 192.168.1.1 to enter modem settings. Type username and password. Go to Setup Go to Wireless Go to Wireless Basic Un-check the Enable MultiAP Isolation option. Apply.


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I have had success using XenServer's free Xen Convert tool when porting a physical windows server to HyperV. Xen Convert : https://www.citrix.com/go/products/xenserver/xenserver-xenconvert-free.html Xen Convert Documentation : http://support.citrix.com/servlet/KbServlet/download/28774-102-661315/XenConvertGuide.pdf Note: I do not yet have a enough ...


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It sounds like you've already made some progress on troubleshooting WMI, so maybe you've seen this TechNet article about troubleshooting GPO WMI problems. If not, it's worth trying the included troubleshooting steps. I would also look at the event log to find which GPO is failing to process the WMI filter and then re-edit that WMI filter to see if the query ...


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Those are the ip addresses of your Domain Controllers, which also happen to be your DNS servers. This is a function of AD. The DC's register these records in DNS. You need to allow them to do this. Keep the www CNAME record and instruct your users to use www when navigating to your external web site.


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You can look at the Event Viewer, if you want to check manually. Under Windows Logs > Security you can see both successful and failed logins and you can see logouts. See the Task Category column in the screen capture. . You could write some PowerShell code or .NET / WMI code to pull relevant "most recent" items across multiple servers if you have WinRM ...


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The diskpart command can show the path of mounted VHDs. Run the following commands in a command prompt or PowerShell. diskpart list vdisk


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in "Server Manager" window, at the top right menu (click) Manage > Server Manager Properties (Window pops up) (Check) "Do not Start Server Manager Automatically at logon " (Click Ok) it's Done!! note: i tried it on. "Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard - Build 9600". i wasnt able to find the menu that is mentioned on accepted post. thats why i write it ...


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Old post, new answers For $49.95, this should do it. Working to run Onedrive business as a service. http://www.coretechnologies.com/products/AlwaysUp/ Here is another candidate (free) to roll-your-own: http://www.rozanski.org.uk/services SVC.EXE Synopsis. SVC.EXE is a simple Windows NT command-line program to manage NT services. Services can be listed, ...


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I ended up changing the ports for RDS and confirmed that all applications and services still work. I just went from 80 to 81 and 443 to 444 and restarted the default website. I don't like messing with a production system without knowing what will happen first, but in this case it worked out.


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I think the only reason it's not enabled by default is because in order to use it the AD Forest function level needs to be raised (minimum 2008 R2) and it's this particular piece of administration that requires all of the preparation - that is, if the domain was created on NT or 2003 for example, then you won;t be able to enable it until the forest function ...


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The main implication of enabling this feature is that it will increase the size of your DIT. (Your database.) It tends to increase the size because objects that have been deleted hang around longer than they would without the AD Recycle Bin enabled. ...


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Someone has likely disabled UAC and your users must also all be members of the Administrators group which is probably the reason one of them was able to disable UAC in the first place.


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What you're looking for is the Routing and Remote Access role in Windows Server. You'll want to configure a site-to-site VPN utilizing your servers at each site as a router/VPN gateway. Of course, there are many security considerations to take into account when doing this, and I wouldn't run any other roles or services on a box being used for RRAS, but ...


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Definitely go to device manager and disable/enable one nic at a time while monitoring what gets disabled/enabled in Network Connections, then you can determine the ports.


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You have a valid RDNS record for the mail server IP address 178.170.124.210. The RDNS record should be FQDN which you have already set. I am not sure why the MXTOOLBOX giving it as a warning!


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You're announcing your MX record as "mail.occultant-artificiel.com", but the reverse DNS is set to "occultant-artificiel.com". This is probably the cause of the failure on mxtoolbox. You could consider adding an additional IP to your server, binding the SMTP server to that IP address, and setting the DNS so that the A record for "mail..." points to the new ...


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Winhttp proxy setting need to be set using both the standard and the win64 path commands to be effective. C:\Windows\system32\netsh C:\Windows\SysWOW64\netsh Invoking you commands from both start points is the first step so that you make sure that you are covered for all applications that use that entry point. You can import the IE settings, however I ...


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I've met with similar problems with other ftp server software. you may need to do port mapping if your ftp server is behind NAT. you may also need to check the port the server used for passive mode and port map it. Also check firewall that those ports are allowed.


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But if the same can be achievable to configure with SYSTEM account, so that all logged in users can see the log flying by the window ? This is not how sessions work under windows. Fundamentally not possibly. There is no "see", it is a windows LIVES in a desktop session or not. And only in ONE. So, no, this can not be done. You can start a service ...


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With regards to .MSI files downloaded over the internet, you may need to "Unblock" them first (a "Blocked" file will do nothing when you double click it). You can check whether a file is being "Blocked" by windows, by right clicking and going into the properties. If the Unblock button is visible, click it to release the file.


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For ERROR: 'CONNECT' caused '421 Service not available, closing transmission channel', check if your connection IP is blocked by recipient mail gateway server. You can telnet from different locations to verify this issue.


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That simply means it's a .NET application that's taking all the CPU, but Process Explorer can't find the .pdb files for it. See http://stackoverflow.com/a/31705019/8479 for more detail. If you can't get Process Explorer to say what's going on then try other avenues like log files, event log and Process Monitor.


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The Exchange 2010 Management Tools are only supported on Windows 7 or Vista. You may get lucky and have it work on Windows 10 but there is no support for this setup. You can install the Exchange 2010 management tools on the following Windows operating systems: Windows 7 Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 (SP2) Windows Server 2008 SP2 Windows Server ...


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Try to add the following line to your smb.conf: client ldap sasl wrapping = plain It seems as this has caused some trouble lately.


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I know this question is old but it helped me get to the correct solution. I solved this problem by ensuring i had the corresponding adml language file in the en-us folder. I would make sure you have the terminalserver.admx in your policydefinitions folder.


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Prior to posting my question I spent several days troubleshooting and called my network people at the ISP 4 times asking about: Antivirus interfering with port 25 traffic. Several posts online about this. Firewall port blockages. The obvious thing but ruled out because I could connect via telnet just the commands didn't work Packet inspection The answer ...


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It's your firewall. Check Cisco ASA rewriting SMTP traffic to prevent mail sending yourfirewall# show running-config policy-map yourfirewall# configure terminal yourfirewall(config)# policy-map global_policy yourfirewall(config-pmap)# class inspection_default yourfirewall(config-pmap-c)# no inspect esmtp


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I try it done! And its work now. This error can be fix that if I designation cn=parker,ou=group AuthLDAPBindDN "cn=parker,ou=group,dc=test,dc=com" AuthLDAPBindPassword "Password" thank you all



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