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If that computer is part of an Active Directory domain then create a Scheduled Task to reboot the computer. Make it for a time in the very near future. The user won't know what hit 'em. (But seriously, escalating this kind of war is not going to end well for anyone. Management / leadership needs to be involved.)


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Adobe has some notes and a unix command on this subject. It seems that it could be run before taking the image or after restoring it (providing the destination is a unix-like system).


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Microsoft articles with the details to specify search locations None of my windows images look for device location from floppy disk. This may have to with the installation options of your image Be sure to verify the OS in the articles below. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff553973(v=vs.85).aspx ...


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Does your employer have an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) which covers employee use of computers? It might contain terms like Prohibited activities include: Circumvention of technical, administrative, or process controls" which he is breaking. Depending on what your company does, how big it is, how casual everyone is, all matters. But if you as a company work ...


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Status: Connecting to 91.109.7.88:21... Status: Connection established, initializing TLS... Error: GnuTLS error -15: An unexpected TLS packet was received. There is probably a problem with your settings, i.e. how you connect to the server. It looks you are trying to do implicit TLS, where TLS gets used directly after the TCP ...


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To use |, you must use the shell built in work around with cmd.exe /C: https://docs.puppetlabs.com/windows/troubleshooting.html#shell-builtins See example below: exec { 'configure_timezone': command => "tzutil.exe /s \"${timezone}\"", unless => "cmd.exe /C tzutil.exe /g | findstr /C:\"${timezone}\"", }


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Have you installed "Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer" in your Windows server 2012 server? Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer can cause significant slow log off. Here is the reference. http://www.networksteve.com/forum/topic.php/Extremely_slow_RDP_session_-_Solved/?TopicId=39213&Posts=1 Hope that helps Thanks,


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Run netplwiz to set up auto login, and put a shortcut to a webpage in the Startup folder. This of course is a HUGE security risk and I don't recommend doing it, but you asked. I'm not really sure what you mean by "manage remotely" though... Configure a User Account to Log On Automatically on Windows 7 Another option is to use something like VNC, which ...


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AFAIK, you can't capture the image to a network location, only to a locally attached drive (the captured image will be uploaded to the WDS server after the capture). If the volume you're capturing is large enough you can capture the image to the volume that's being captured, which would eliminate the need to attach an external USB drive to the source ...


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Possible?.... sort of. You would have to use windows credentials to access the file on behalf of the "non-windows" credentials. But first of all.... If these 10k users are windows users... Just set them up in AD to have their own homedir. If this isn't possible, then yes you could theoretically make this happen... but it seems like a nightmare to ...


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In order to host email you'll need to host a full Email Server on your VPS. In the Microsoft world that is Microsoft Exchange. However, setting up and maintaining Microsoft Exchange or any email server is quite a bit of work and may not be worth the trouble. If you are looking for a simpler way to host mail for your domain, you should look into services ...


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Quite simply: no. A DocumentRoot has to be a single directory on the server, and wildcards are not allowed. You may be able to get the behaviour you're after by using RewriteRule statements mentioned in this answer, but YMMV.


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In cmd shell: nslookup set types=all _ldap._tcp


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I figured out that we have this cool tool called vssagent. This comes from windows SDK. I installed it and ran vssagent. This generates a xml file which gives all the information needed. In my case it was using C:. However, we can use vssadmin to define where we want to take snapshots and diskshadow would honor that. Pasting below is an excerpt from the ...



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