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Add the specified machines to an Active Directory Security Group and add the Group to the GPO with a "Deny" for "Apply Policy" (Don't fall for doing a full deny as it will stop the GPO name from enumerating, making troubleshooting difficult). Then, add the machines to that Group as required.


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Simply use the "Apply to All users except local administrators" setting in the Software Restriction Policies Enforcement... you don't let all your users run as Administrator... do you??? As an alternative, perhaps you could define the Software Restriction Policies in the User Configuration portion of the GPO, then use Security Filtering to allow that GPO ...


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As the message in the screenshot states, the problem is that there is another connection to the same server from the same client, but with a different username. Windows does not support that. So, if you are supposed to have access to those default (c$, d$, ...) shares (which requires an administrator account on the remote computer), you have to connect with ...


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The idle time shown in your screenshots can indicate user inactivity. If the user were to leave a program that periodically accesses the file server this number wouldn't indicate time where a user is not present providing input to the computer. One quick-and-dirty idea comes to mind: Use the creation time of a screensaver process Assuming the user is ...


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Doh! It was due to user error. We figured out that someone, unbeknownst to my team and presumably someone on the team that made the virtual machines and installed the OS, deliberately configured the Services snapin on all three machines to connect to the same single host! So the software was working as designed. Erasing the service entries on each of the ...


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Also, if UTF-8 is not properly configured, you may run it as mc -ac. Credits: http://blog.acsystem.sk/linux/midnight-commander-utf8-line-drawing-characters-problem


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Looks like you are missing their "GeoTrust DV SSL CA" root CA certificate from your Intermediate Certification Authorities store. https://ssltools.geotrust.com/checker/views/certCheck.jsp


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Is there a CRL on the certificate? Can your application server reach the new CRL? Check the "CRL Distribution Points" field in the cert and there should be a URL. Try to browse to that URL from your application server.


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I'm having a hard time coming up with any advantages to using a Windows Server OS in the context of a a client computer. Coming up with some disadvantages seems a bit easier. Presumably you've licensed Windows Server 2012 (R2) Datacenter Edition, so in your virtual machine environments license compliance and cost aren't an issue. If someone is using ...


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According to MS: Windows 2000 .. sends option 81 and its fully qualified domain name to the DHCP server and requests the DHCP server to register a pointer resource record (PTR RR) on its behalf. The dynamic update client registers an address resource record (A RR). .. the DHCP server can be configured to instruct the client to allow the server to ...


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It's actually pretty easy. Best way depends on your client version, though, ultimately, you're just editing a registry value. You're looking in \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Update\Policy\ for the EnableJavaUpdate key. It's a REG_DWORD, and by default has a value of one. Set the value to 00000000 (eight zeroes). For XP, we put the below VBS ...


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How about loading up a blank VM, start Process Monitor, and then installing the role or feature. Once the feature is installed you can review the process monitor log to see what changed.


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Try using the samba package. You may need to install libnss-windbind as well. This should enable using WINS as a name service. You will need to add wins to the hosts entry in /etc/nsswitch.conf. I have the bonjour package installed on a Window system, but its address is not available. Media services are announce, but only have the machine name. ...


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This works for me:- Get-ChildItem "C:`$Recycle.bin\" -Recurse -Force | Remove-Item -Recurse -Force It will remove the recycle.bin; Windows will re-create the recycle bin as required, i.e. as soon as a user deletes a new file. Might no be the most elegant code and there may well be a better way to do it but it will help free up space on a congested ...


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I found the solution. Actually I should use host headers to see my website. simply I add a AAA record to my domain control panel (registrar panel) to point to my server valid IP address. Then I add a binding to my website in IIS with mydomain.com in the domain field. and its done!


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You have to close the command prompt, and reopen it again, for your path variables to update. The variables are loaded when cmd starts.



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