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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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It can be lot's of things. 1- Somewhere in the path to the server with IP 182.156.191.54 the connection is lost 2- The server with IP 182.156.191.54 is rejecting your connection for some reason 3- Your server do not allow connections to/from the IP 182.156.191.54 (check your firewall) I tried myself and cannot connect to this link from a VPS in Brazil. I ...


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There could be.. If its not broken don't fix it? Other that what you have already stated, theres no real benfit of doing it either way. With group policy.


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I don't have any "hard" data in regards to the processing overhead of doing it either way, so this answer is more opinion than fact, but it seems to me that having 57 different GPO's is a bit overkill. On the same hand, having a single policy may not be the best approach either. I might suggest creating GPO's based on department or physical location. That ...


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took too long to respond That basically means that the TTL died, so the communication failed. How is it possible from other machines? Well, if this happens on the same network it'd be weird but could be because of the network card not working as it should but, if you can only access from other networks, that might mean that your network is just too ...


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No you can't rename computers using the ADMT agent. That would be a nice feature request though. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc974436(v=ws.10).aspx


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Enabling TLS 1.1 and 1.2 requires a reboot. Disabling RC4 and DH is directly without restarting the server or services. If i remember correctly, disabling SSLv2 and SSLv3 was also instantly effective.


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This is what I was able to use to make it work on a 64-bit Win10 machine, your results may vary, but this worked for me: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\msiexec.exe /x {216AB108-2AE1-4130-B3D5-20B2C4C80F8F} /qn Before getting yelled at for reviving a dead post, I found this on Google while trying to figure out how to batch uninstall QT after the recent revelations ...


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You either: Connect to the the fully qualified hostname used in the certificate Don't use HTTPS for connections to localhost Generate a self-signed certificate that is valid for localhost


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Working under the same subnet? Are Buffalo's dns pointing to your Win2008? Try also adding to Buffalo's in the WINS field, the IP of the server (may seems strange but I was able to let mine join by changing it)


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The answer is right. I'd like to add that it's possible to use parent* to use all instances. See http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/369888/Diagnosing-applications-using-Performance-Counters E.g. "\Thread(w3wp*)\Context Switches/sec" lists all threads in w3wp process I didn't find this listed anywhere. Also PowerShell complains, but it works...


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Even if it's not Accessed Based Enumeration, the files could be invisible to users that don't have permission to access them. The word "moved" in your first sentence jumped out at me. I'm assuming that the application which creates the files is running either as domain administrator, or a service account. Whatever files are created by that process will ...


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When an account is created, permissions to update those attributes are stamped directly on the user account. The permissions are not inherited. Pre-existing accounts may not have those access control entries to grant permission. Inspect the permissions granted to the Terminal Server License Servers group on one of the accounts it is complaining about in ...


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I don't know if it's a "best practice" from the community, but Amazon recommends doing it. "We recommend that you disable Windows Firewall and control access to your instance using security group rules." (Source)


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This is a site for professionals, but you've shown a reasonable amount of effort in your diagnostics. You most likely have a misconfigured gateway or invalid DNS servers entries. To get everything to work it should be the following. While your server is set to automatic look at your settings - using ipconfig /all from a command prompt - note the gateway ...


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Ok so the new hard drive arrived today and I am very very relieved to see that it worked. Although it is a 2.5" and the bay is a 3.5". Set the drive to offline in RAID Console, swapped it out with the new hdd and it is now rebuilding the array. Here was the HDD that I got: ...


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To change the network connection access order In Network Connections press alt to get the tool bar to come up / select advanced / reorder the adapters to the one you want listed first To change which adapters register with DNS Network connections / properties of the adapter you don't want registered in DNS / TCP/IP4 / advanced / DNS tab / uncheck the ...


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Maybe it's me, but I've been 20 years in IT/Windows, and I don't get your question... It has 2 different interfaces, which have different security groups applied? Whitelist some machine addresses ? Resolving is done by DNS. DNS services are provided by a server which has an IP address. If your Windows machine is multi-homed and has multiple possible ...


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Yes, you can. Just create a folder within the C:\Users\Default\Desktop directory. Note that this folder will only be created when the user logs into the machine (i.e. via RDP), and the folder will only exist locally (i.e. on the machine itself).


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Had the same problem. Click on the start button,right click on all programs and open properties,click on taskbar unlock "lock the taskbar" and apply


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I just ran into this similar issue but hotfix 2663685 was not my problem. In my case dfsrdiag would work for some of my replicated folders but not all of them. The replicated folders were distributed over different drives. Long story short is that DFSR would not process the replicated folder because of a corrupted database. You can verify the drive is ...


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Having your devs use a VPN when access to the LAN is needed is the safest, most secure way. What kind of firewall are you using right now? It very well might already support a few concurrent tunnels in which case you're golden.


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Most likely there are some Firewall rules defined via GPO. Everytime these GPOs are processed, the firewall rules are applied, resulting into the 4946 event in the Event Log. In addition, the message of the event should include the names of the rules that have been added. Knowing the rules, it might be easier to trace what/why are adding them.


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Have you tried giving the account the log on as a batch job privilege? https://support.microsoft.com/en-za/kb/312497 CAUSE This problem occurs because the Log on as a batch job privilege is not set for the identity of the COM+ package. When you set a user as the COM+ identity, COM+ adds this privilege for you. However, if the user is a domain account, and ...


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If the keyboard failure is from the BIOS which sounds to be the case I agree with Will. On top of that it could also be a bad or broken adapter or perhaps not properly seated. Check that the pins on your PS2 keyboard are not bent or broken as this is also a strong possibility. To rule things out try using the keyboard on another computer with a PS2 port ...


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I am using Process Explorer on all servers. When I just want to limit a one time execution of a process, I can choose the priority through the context menu of the process 7z.exe - see attached image. Set priority to Idle in context menu


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For the original query, if you replace speed with @{n="Speed";e={$_.speed/1mb}}, it return a calculated result, in Mega-bits. If you do @{n="Speed";e={$_.speed/1gb}}, it will return result in Gbits respectfully. Powershell does not aware what the original measure is, and MB/mb is the same to powershell. Thus if you need the result to be in bytes, you have ...


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try Diagnostic Report from MailEnable Management > Servers > Localhost > System > Diagnose it gives you a lot idea about all kind of problems.


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A restart is needed because WinRM is run inside an existing svchost process. If we run Sc config WinRM type= own and restart WinRm service it will create a new svchost process and a restart can be avoided.


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Get a list of Domain Computers (Run in AD): Import-Module ActiveDirectory Get-ADComputer -Filter * | ForEach-Object {$_.Name} Or from a file: $computers = Get-Content -Path computers.txt For multiple computers: foreach ($comp in $computers) { echo $comp Get-WmiObject win32_networkadapter -ComputerName $comp | Select ...


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System idle time is the time processor spends doing nothing, and that is not a problem. As for the file upload, the problem could be the actual encoding of the file. You mention that the file is converted to dataurl in the Ajax request, which means the file is encoded to data URL format on upload, and decoded by the server back to binary form after upload. ...


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How strange it may sound, this is actually a solution more people had for the same issue: formatting the CSC cache: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942974


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Your idea will work. So long as you control the DNS servers used by the clients that you need to manipulate, there is nothing stopping you from intercepting the queries and replying however you like. This answer comes with three caveats: Clearly, this is an option of last resort. Make sure you have a good idea of how the DNS admins of Megacorp are going ...


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I think if this were possible it would be a massive security vulnerability with DNS - you could put some static entries on host files if it's a small office or suppress the warning. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2783881 Method 4: Configure Outlook to allow the connection to the mismatched domain name ImportantThis section, method, or task ...


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The Install-ADDSDomain Powershell cmdLet is only available for OS versions 2012 R2 or later. See the Microsoft doc on passing an answer file to DCPROMO for automating the promo process on 2008. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732887.aspx You can use the DCPROMO GUI to build the answer file. The last screen before the actual promo begins has ...


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Sharing folders in Windows can have the following issues: Local sharing, they must be on the same Workgroup. Firewall should allow sharing. With Windows 7, you should turn on Network Discovery and File and Printer Sharing. The one in the advanced setting of Network and Sharing. I'm did clearly get your setup specially since your mentioned both servers, ...


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Please explain me why I have to add just some registry keys to repair sysvol-replication. Because that's the way FRS was designed. The service monitors the NTFS USN journal in order to detect changes to files that need to be replicated. If the service is left stopped for too long (while the USN journal continues to increment,) or if the frequency of ...


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For those who end up here with something similar: in the end it was unmanaged code in the Active Directory libraries of the .net framework that was not disposed correctly. That's why the unmanaged heap was so large. How did I find out what was the culprit? I just ended up looking at random memory addresses to find out what the contents was. And since I ...


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I have had to do several copies over the years. We have one Windows Server 2008 R2 machine that has a single directory with over 12M images inside it (approximately 400GB). Obviously I would prefer it not be such a large directory BUT: XCOPY handles the copy of the large folder, but crashes when trying to move on from the large directory. ROBOCOPY handles ...


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Seems editing the host file on each machine worked. But i still have no clue why that happened when everything was working just fine. Thanks for the help


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To add to the above list of browser based RDP clients, you can also try Myrtille, an open source solution comparable to Guacamole, but running on Windows Servers. It works for both HTML4 and HTML5, useful if you have an old browser.


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You've granted everyone the READ permission on the Share. That's all they'll be able to do regardless of your NTFS permissions. Share and NTFS permissions work in tandem to determine the access level of a user when accessing the resource over the network, and the most restrictive combination wins. You should probably set the Share permissions to Full ...


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Instead of using a dummy time in the past or future, you can set the task to run on a dummy event: SCHTASKS /Create /TN TaskOnEvent /TR notepad.exe /SC ONEVENT /EC Application /MO *[System/EventID=777] /f Then you can run it on demand: SCHTASKS /Run /TN "TaskOnEvent" Or trigger it by logging the event: EVENTCREATE /ID 777 /L APPLICATION /T INFORMATION ...



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