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May
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revised Run a script when joining a domain
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May
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answered Run a script when joining a domain
May
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comment Mass updating Group Policy, may be with scripts
Thats why I mentioned site based GPO's. If your company was structured better and you could do that, then you would not need to go through the tedium of GPPrefs. Linking printer GPOs to the sites would eliminate the need to do any of that.
May
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comment Mass updating Group Policy, may be with scripts
\\srv1\prn1 and \\srv2\prn1 are different connections even though they are the same printer. You can define as many different printer connections as you like. Each connection has its own GPPrefs filter, although you will probably use the a few of the same GPPrefs over and over again. Printer connections where the GPPref evaluates True will be connected, those that are not true, will not be connected.
May
9
comment Powershell v1 Search String from Variable
Just change the first element of the pipeline. Instead of "gci | where..." do "$targetfles | where..."
May
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revised Powershell v1 Search String from Variable
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answered Powershell v1 Search String from Variable
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comment Mass updating Group Policy, may be with scripts
You can accomplish that kind of site mapping with GPPrefs and and IP Ranges filter on the printer connection in one of your existing GPO's. See pics I added to answer. It's customary here to mark answers as "accepted" if they've helped you. You click the check mark in the upper left of the answer.
May
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revised Mass updating Group Policy, may be with scripts
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May
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answered Unable to change domain password even if the password is complex
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answered Mass updating Group Policy, may be with scripts
May
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comment Windows 2008 R2 Not Printing From Scheduled Task
What exactly the scheduled task invoking? access.exe? script.vbs? A full set of screens for all the task options would be helpful. You wrote "we get the empty report" does that mean the job runs and prints, but produces a blank page?
Apr
24
comment Replication not working on DC
Use your google fu "1753 no more endpoints". There are several hits with very lengthy articles for troubleshooting this kind of error on microsoft.com
Apr
22
answered Group Managed Service Account (gMSA): get authorized hosts / install-adserviceaccount unknown error
Apr
17
comment SID not being set on
What account does that SID represent? If a local group/account on the source machine, thats your problem. If a domain group/account, does the destination machine trust the domain the SID originates from?
Apr
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comment Why is Windows Security Log using different formats on machines that seem to be the same?
Do the two machines have the same audit settings in place? You can view current settings with: auditpol /get /category:*
Apr
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revised how to identify a command prompt window?
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