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It's not that a link-local address is required to be generated from the MAC address; it never has been a requirement. You can manually assign link-local addresses on many devices. What you are seeing with Windows is the use of Privacy Extensions and random addressing. Instead of the original way of assigning a SLAAC Interface ID, Privacy Extensions and ...
First, verify that you've not added your domain to your local hosts file. If it's not there then you'll need to just wait it out. Eventually DNS caches between you and your DNS server will expire and you'll be able to resolve the correct address.
When you attempt to boot from the drive and the TPM doesn't have the key, BitLocker will prompt you to enter the recovery key. You then look it up in Active Directory and type it in. If you hook up the drive as a secondary drive, then when you open it in Explorer, it will ask you for the recovery key.
I had this problem too and it made me go rage for weeks. Your question is 6 months old but maybe it is still of interest. I use Windows 10 Professional with Server 2012 R2 in Active Directory. The error will show something like "NOTE: For additional information, look for [ActivityId]" and suggesting a command to run. Run this command and see what it shows ...
SNI is not supported in IIS 7.5, and you can't upgrade IIS, because each version of Windows Server comes with its own version of IIS, which can't be changed. You need at least IIS 8, so you need to use at least Windows Server 2012.
Use: sc.exe config myServiceName obj= "LocalSystem" with sc you can change all kinds of configuration settings for a service. Note the weird syntax with a space after the equal sign.
Based on your smsts.log file you are getting a 80070002 downloading the os files. This is a classic example of not having a working NIC driver in the image. Pressing F8 in the bot and running an ipconfig /all should verify this. Ive also seen similar behavior if you need a certificate to access the distribution point but don't have one installed.
If I understand your configuration and network topology, then you should delete the redirect-gateway directive and instead add: route 192.168.188.0 255.255.255.0 If you want reach work machines by name you should configure your work dns server (if any): dhcp-option DNS <your work dns server LAN IP> Delete the two Google DNS entries. Regards ...
Task scheduler has two logs: Maintenance and Operational, the files for it are at these locations: %SystemRoot%\System32\Winevt\Logs\Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler%4Maintenance.evtx %SystemRoot%\System32\Winevt\Logs\Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler%4Operational.evtx but they are no text files, you can view the files in Event Viewer but they are already ...
Do a conditional forwarder on DOMAIN1 DNS Server pointing to DOMAIN2 and add the Primary DNS IP Address for Domain2. Then do the same from DOMAIN2 primary DNS. This will point the dns server at Domain1 to look at domain2 dns server when doing a query and vice versa.
You probably want to use the /shutdown switch instead of /reboot before make it into template, and you should give an /unattend:unattend.xml with preseeded answers for making a silent installation. Use setupcompleted.cmd to enable powershell and WinRM before first autologin/login.
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