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Mathias R. Jessen got me pointed in the right direction, the ever famous WinSxS folder. However I did not see any of the VSS errors in the Event Log which made me a little hesitant to just nuke all the NTFS permissions lest I break something else. I went back and read Event ID 513 TechNet reference again and noted that under the Verify section it was ...


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No, this is not plausible. It's technically possible to go through and create an account that has read-only privileges to everything, but that would be quite an undertaking, and there's nothing like that which currently exists, to my knowledge. The issue is that, by default, most of the "configuration" settings you want to view are only accessible at all ...


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After you removed the computer from the domain, the domain credentials were removed from the registry cache. This means you'll now have to use a local user. If you don't have access to a local user, and the data on the server is critical, you can remove the new TEST01 from the domain, and run system restore using a windows disk on the old TEST01, and ...


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Is this normal? YES! dig +trace recursively resolves the domain. it starts by querying the root servers, and so on. The same way any resolver would by default, Since the site is hosted within your LAN, you are able to skip the recursion and serve up the zone directly from your LAN's DNS server - which you are doing. Furthermore, you are able to specify a ...


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The proper way to do what you are asking would be use to Policy filtering at the scope level. You can change what PXE Boot options if your DHCP is serving and several other DHCP options as well as IP range and denying service.


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I had the similar issue under Server 2012 R2 and found the following working solution: grant the users write access to the XML files in c:\windows\system32\tasks grant the users permissions for Powershell Remoting let users use Powershell Invoke-Command cmdlet to run SCHTASKS on the remote server: powershell.exe -command "invoke-command {schtasks /run ...


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You can't. At the very least, someone with access to your network will be able to do a network scan and get the hostnames directly from the hosts. Host names are public information that aren't secure and can't be secured, so don't put information you want to secure or restrict in a hostname.



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