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You can't use LLMNR in that scenario because it was introduced with Windows Vista/Server 2008. Windows XP does not support it. Since Windows XP is end of life, and nobody should be using it anymore, (though some are) you can use LLMNR once you have completely eliminated XP from your environment.


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My suggestion is to install a domain controller virtual machine. That's what the vSphere appliance works best with, and it's the native solution for your Windows RDS server. vSphere/vCenter is using Likewise to provide AD/LDAP integration. It expects either pure LDAP or Microsoft Active Directory. Think about the target market for paid vSphere; shops with ...


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You can create a VPC and make the domain on the private network (thus, assign fixed, private IPs).


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Share permissions and NTFS Security Permissions are layered. Users must have access at each layer to gain access to the share. Share permissions are a legacy concept, so most administrators set them to "Everyone" and handle access control 100% at the NTFS level. This appears to be what is happening here. What you are describing is the expected behavior. ...


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An older post, but still worth adding to. It seems that in Windows Server 2012, this item simply means "allow packets from other subnets". At least that is the behavior I have observed. We have two offices connected with an IPSec VPN. The VPN connects the two routers, so as far as the Windows computers are concerned, it's simply traffic between two different ...


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I know this is old, but you have to use the green up and down arrows on the top menu bar. Hope this helps someone in the future!


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Had the same problem. See http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/95c8635c-76fa-47ff-a03c-a44d1e9a599b/server-2008r2-the-user-profile-service-failed-the-logon-user-profile-cannot-be-loaded?forum=winservergen. The solution listed on Microsoft Technet was to check that all privileges on files and folders in c:\users\default were correct. ...


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The users on your Windows VM are local, right? I think you have to install SSO on this machine. That's the only option possible to make use of local operating system users. (see Identity Sources for vCenter Server with vCenter Single Sign-On) You'll have to reconfigure your VCSA to use this new SSO installation, though. edit: Change the vCenter Single ...


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You just have to add some logic to retry the upload to Vendor B after some period of time. In case you reach the maximum number of failures, log an error or send an email to have it verified manually by the support team. If you expect Vendor A won't generate files every day, determine how important the missing days are the decide if you should also generate ...


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I'd do: One-way synchronization of files (Vendor A -> Company Server "backup" folder). Clone newly downloaded files to a separate folder with files to upload ("upload" folder). Check how old the latest file in "backup" folder is. When older than X days, alert. Try to upload all (not only new) files from "upload" folder to Vendor B Remove files that you ...


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APPCMD LIST VDIRS And anything which ends with a slash is a site (a root level application). But that'd be doing it wrong! Any server migration which doesn't involve the use of Web Deployment Tool (MSDeploy) to pretty-much-automatically: package up all the websites and the content, and blat it onto the target system is likely to be a waste of ...


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I googled "usb drive emulation" and found this... http://superuser.com/questions/391679/is-there-software-to-fully-emulate-a-usb-hard-drive Have you checked that software out?



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