Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

I don't think you can do anything without changing code. Azure AD does not allow Windows Authentication and stuff like that from IIS servers because you cannot join them to the "Windows Azure Domain". You would need to go over OAuth / ADFS or stuff like that. (requiring code changes)


0

It won't affect currently existing files. It will simply prevent new ones from being added. You can test this yourself, just make a demo folder and put a file in there, then create a filter for that file's extension. You won't be able to make new ones, but the existing will remain.


2

Yes, setting a File Screen will only apply going forward. I recently did this at my workplace, and can confirm that existing files were not affected. However, this also means they cannot modify existing files that are part of the file screen. File Screen to block .exe's on the J:\ drive: Existing .exe on the J:\ drive: Trying to copy a .exe to that ...


1

I wouldn't bother not for the extra cost of running Windows Server for 2 internal machines larger scale probably would. Why don't you just NAT / port forward different ports to internal IP's e.g. 0.0.0.0:3389 -> 192.168.200.54:3389 0.0.0.0:3390 -> 192.168.200.56:3389 That way you can access the machines via "mstsc /v 0.0.0.0" and "mstsc /v 0.0.0.0:3390" ...


1

I have not tried this, but apparently it is possible and a kind person has detailed the setup here Here are the key steps detailed by sengstar2005: Install the Remote Desktop Gateway role service via Server Manager. You will need to install the Remote Desktop Services role first. Once Remote Desktop Gateway Role service is installed, run Remote Desktop ...


1

Okay, this is sounds a bit off... so I'm going to make some assumptions about what you're trying to do. It seems like you're interested in obtaining the serial number of an HP ProLiant server programmatically. You ask about chassis information and the Array Diagnostics Utility (ADU). The Array Diagnostics Utility output is not where you want to look for ...


0

Not a direct answert to your question. But when I have session that is not responding, I usally login as administrator using mstsc /admin and then use Terminal Services Manager to kill my inactive session in Windows Server.


0

Unlocked the missing Power Settings feature in Server 2012. 1. Open the following registry key - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\PowerSettings\7516b95f-f776-4464-8c53-06167f40cc99\8EC4B3A5-6868-48c2-BE75-4F3044BE88A7 Set the following value - Attributes => 2 Now open Control Panel>Power Options>Change Plan Settings>Change ...


2

I can't imagine what kind of capacity requires this kind of provisioning, especially with server 2012 core. Also, consider upgrading to server 2012 R2 for new installations, especially for DCs - AD is always backwards compatible many, many versions. You should be using these physical servers to run hyper-v or another hypervisor, and nothing else. Make ...


2

There are a number of questions that arise from what you're describing. First, if you're talking about vSphere, you should check that the hardware (which you don't describe) is on the VMware's Hardware Compatibility List (HCL). This will tell you if vSphere is going to be an option. If it's not on the list and you run into trouble, VMware will tell you it's ...


2

I'm not a C programmer either, but it doesn't take much to see in the code http://doxygen.postgresql.org/pg__archivecleanup_8c_source.html that return code 2 is used for many different failures. Search for exit(2). It looks like all of them print error messages to stderr.


3

No. There is not. This is why collector sets exist, as you've discovered.


5

By default: You can't With Active Directory, for any anynymous LDAP operation (apart from RootDSE binds) to succeed, you would need to: Enable anonymous binds Allow Anonymous access to public properties


0

I am currently dealing with the same or similar situation. I wanted to modify domain user attribute (setting up fix string) dynamically based on domain group membership. I was bit seeking into "Active Roles", but it seems that it is working only the other way around - setting membership based on attribute - or I haven't realized how to do so. For now the ...


2

The only approach I can think of would be to run a script to periodically scan your Active Directory and update the attribute you're interested in, based on the group membership of the account. It's relatively easy to do with PowerShell, and you could run it as a scheduled task to keep things current. The Scripting Guy has a blog entry that's pretty ...


0

I don't believe there is any such thing. Can you describe what problem you're actually trying to solve? This may suit your needs better if we can see the big picture; there may be another approach for your problem than the one you've already decided on.


2

A domain client doesn't need to be connected to the domain in order to disjoin it. The only caveat being that the computer account in the domain will be orphaned and you'll need to delete it manually.


5

What problem are you experiencing? This should work fine. Clone the server to an isolated network. Remove the cloned server from the domain. You'll get an error that a domain controller cannot be contacted, but the cloned server will end up in a workgroup. Sysprep it. Convert to template.



Top 50 recent answers are included