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I did a script that do like you did, but I directly used 7zip move command into a zip named by the day. So it calculate the day minus 30, and get all corresponding file for that day. You can mod the vbs as you wish to get all day from past 12 months. Get it there (the output to IE was just a bonus in the script); ...


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Tick "Include system directories" in Search Options.


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I know this is an old question, but i found this when looking for something else... Looks like Windows Server 2012 R2 has BGP support in it.


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While Windows allows filtering, you cannot divert certain events based on ID to a different log. It is to some extent possible to divert certain event sources to their own event log (e.g. you can create a specific log for a software product and redirect its events to that log), but the security log is pretty much immutable. If this is really bothersome to ...


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It can be done with a simple calculation ::get dow number (1=monday) from dd mm yy set/a a=(14-mm)/12,yr=yy-a,m=mm+12*a-2,"dow=(dd+yr+yr/4-yr/100+yr/400+31*m/12)%%7"


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I had two entries for PHP5X_via_FastCGI in handler mappings. I deleted the one what was no longer there. details here https://thedesignspace.net/2013/07/19/wordpress_http_/


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I just checked and both of their MX servers respond just fine, which means that they blocked your SMTP server from connecting for some reason. Apparently your server is not on any common blacklist, so they must have elected to block it for other reasons which could be anything, but possibly because your SMTP server's IP doesn't have a PTR record, which ...


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If you have remote-assistance installed, and are able to shadow the user, you should get full desktop. From the full desktop go to Control panel, Mouse options, Pointers tab and change the "Scheme" option to Large or Extra large.


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I've been through most of the free/affordable answers on this page as well as searching elsewhere (for days, including reading the Event logs mentioned by Andy Bichler) and here's an alternate free RDP monitoring and blocking tool: http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/remote_desktop_ip_monitor_blocker.html I haven't tested it extensively, but downloaded ...


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You're right that this is supported on a 64-bit system. However, you probably have the 64-bit version of SQL Server installed. According to this blog post (and several others that I saw), you have to choose the "new instance" option during install instead of adding features to an existing SQL Server installation. That should get you around the platform ...


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tada: $host.UI.RawUI.BufferSize = new-object System.Management.Automation.Host.Size(175,20000) $host.UI.RawUI.WindowSize = new-object System.Management.Automation.Host.Size(175,60)


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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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First of all, this is strongly dis-recommended (if that's English!) by Microsoft (and you're supporting Microsoft clients). Second, you'd have done that when you put in place your AD, as your domain controller would have skipped the creation of its own DNS. It's anyway possible to do it, if your BIND DNS is compatible. If you're clients are slow to login, ...


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As you said, you need to add the to the local Remote Desktop Users group. If you want to set it up "server side", the solution is to create an AD group, add the needed accounts to that group, then create a GPO setting "Restricted groups": http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/20402.active-directory-group-policy-restricted-groups.aspx


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The "Automatic" setting for Windows services will simply start the service when the computer starts up. It doesn't keep track of all services and restart them should they stop on their own. You'd need a watchdog process to monitor your service. The Recovery tab as I understand only functions if the service itself fails to start for whatever reason and not ...


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Dealing with the Path variable is sticky as it is a combination of the system Path and user Path variables. The previous answers don't account for this. For example SETX PATH %PATH%;C:\MyFolder will set the user Path to the entire current system path, plus user path, and then append ';C:\MyFolder' to that. If I had used SETX /M PATH %PATH%;C:\MyFolder ...


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The domain Remote Desktop Users group is for granting access to your Domain Controllers, not your RDS servers. You need to add your domain users and/or groups to the local Remote Desktop Users group on each of your RDS servers. This article was written for Windows Server 2003 but is applicable as it relates to the usage and purpose of the domain Remote ...


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This is from above notes. Looks like the initiator of this post stated on his last comment. Java calling vpxd.exe process. Further notes Yes, "Success/Failure" Logon Audits are enabled on the DC in question -- no failure events are logged until the account is actually locked out. Further digging shows that LSASS.exe makes a KERBEROS call to the DC in ...


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If the guest user account is an Active Directory account, why don't you go to the user account in Active Directory, go to Properties, go to the Account Tab, Click the Log On To... button, and enter the names of the computers you are going to allow the guest user to logon to? Todd's points should also be considered before you decide how to implement this. If ...


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Assuming you have not granted the Everyone object access to any resources, you can just make a local account on the computer(s) that the guest will use. They log on to the computer(s) with that account, and they have not even logged on to the domain, so by default they have no access to any domain resources. If you must use a domain account, create a brand ...


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This error message appears when user you trying to connect with, does not have permissions to connect with Remote Desktop. To fix this, you'll have to add that user in either Remote Desktop Users or Administrators group. Note that you'll have to connect to remote server at least once to perform these steps with some sort of console login. Here are the steps. ...


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You will need to be added to the Remote Desktops Users or Administrator group under Local Users and Groups on the machine you're trying to access in order to use RDP.


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It appears you're using the 32bit installer on Windows 2008 R2 which is 64 bit. More information here.


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Here's a solution in PowerShell: Get-EventLog -LogName Security | ?{(4624,4778) -contains $_.EventID} | %{ (new-object -Type PSObject -Property @{ TimeGenerated = $_.TimeGenerated ClientIP = $_.Message -replace '(?smi).*Source Network Address:\s+([^\s]+)\s+.*','$1' UserName = $_.Message -replace '(?smi).*Account ...


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You don't want a NAS. You want an external drive array, which you can add drives to and connect it to the main server with a SAS cable. The storage will then be available for use on the main server without needing to perform any logistical gymnastics to get things working.


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You can create a variable to keep track of your column index, similar to $intRow, but make it local to the get printers loop. Then just increment it every time you insert into the spreadsheet. The code is below. You'll probably want to move all the driver information to the end of the row so your columns line up. # Get printer information ForEach ...


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Sure. It's not really reccomended to run anything else on the DC apart from the Domain Controller and DNS/DHCP Roles, but it's certainly doable. Install the AD Doman Controller role first, then Windows Deployment services. Note: As you've tagged this with both Server 2008 and 2012 it's worth mentioning that Windows Deployment Services on Windows Server 2012 ...


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Yes, you can, Microsoft doesn't restrict it, but strongly not recommended. Also, please don't get confused about configuring DHCP server for PXE option (67 DHCP option). If you decide to go with that, first you instal AD DS role (DNS will install automatically if you are creating new forest), then DHCP role, then WDS role.


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There's no built-in group policy for deploying scanners, unlike printers. Using group policy you could push a software package to each client PC if you're using the manufacturers proprietary scanning utility. I haven't investigated pushing the TWAIN scanner drivers and modifying the registry to add the relevant scanners to Windows Fax and Scan - that would ...


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It turns out the component was running under a domain account. When using domain accounts the account must have the Logon as a Service privilege set in the local or group policy. Our GP was overriding many local policies. Granting this privilege to the account in the GP and bingo, problem solved. Not much out there on the web about this problem as it ...


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I didn't see it posted but we are running a wireless network using 802.1x user authentication against AD. We were having issues with the shared devices receiving "No login server available to service logon request" The issue was resolved by enabling single sign on under the 802.1x settings.


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I eventually got this issue sorted by exporting the DB, creating a new DB, and importing the old data. Don't ask me why it worked, but it did.


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I was able to get around this by creating a new local group called SQLUsers, I added the administrators group to the SQLUsers Group and was able to add this into the SQL server security > logins


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To be able to use saved credentials in this situation you need to do the following in your Windows 7 machine: Open Group Policy Editor via cmd -> gpedit.msc Navigate to Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Credentials Delegation Open Setting Allow Delegating Saved Credentials with NTLM-only Server ...


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Sorry for the delay but i find a solution for this problem. press window + R write msconfig and press enter go to boot tab and select "safe boot" and check "Network" press OK and restart now go to system property >change>check Domain >domain name>admin name & password . before restarting repeat 1 & 2 and change "selective startup" into ...


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Just use a regular Windows Backup to a large enough storage. What kind of storage does only matter if backup speed is an issue.


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Windows 2008: Schedule a daily task with Robocopy script to /MIR the source folder. Test and read the /? before you run the script. Windows 2008 R2: Same solution as above, or use the built-in Windows Server Backup utility. R2 added support to save to network location. Add feature from Server Manager if it's not already installed. Robocopy does have more ...


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Ok, after searching around and asking some friends they suggested me to make sure my VPS has only one vCPU assigned to it ( which was not the case, I had 4vCPU on that VPS ). I reduced the vcpu and booted it again, and now it is working. Now I have to find some fixes for this esxi bug.


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I had this issue on UNC query from webservers to document servers in workgroup of both Windows 2008 and 2012 servers. First call of the day could take over 60 seconds, subsequent calls were about 200 mSecs. Solved the problem by disabling TCP/IPv6 on the internal NIC's.


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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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Get-WmiObject -Class win32_diskdrive | fl deviceid,serialnumber



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