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Jun
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answered Is it possible to share DFS root through WebDAV via IIS in case of IIS is not on DFS server?
Apr
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answered SQL Server Timeout issues at random times causing performance degradation
Apr
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Apr
24
answered Win 2012 RDS farm not accessible for external clients
Apr
23
answered Force domain password change in the future?
Apr
23
comment Copying default profile for new users fails with “The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process”
might sound a little extreme, but try deleting all the profiles on the TS. Do this after a clean reboot, and make sure you use delprof to do it or go into the advanced settings in the computer. Meaning, don't just delete the folder.
Apr
22
answered ESX Packet Loss
Apr
22
answered Copying default profile for new users fails with “The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process”
Apr
21
answered IIS7 folder permissions
Feb
13
comment Replacing a fileserver within a domain
I agree with this answer, the only thing i would add, is watch out for local users / groups. I started at a new company and they had a mixture of local / domain groups.
Feb
13
comment Removing local from group
i'm not sure what to tell you. I've provided the info that i know and that has worked for me.
Jan
3
comment Exchange 2007 send as different user by default
see my edit above.
Jan
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Jan
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answered Exchange 2007 send as different user by default
Jan
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comment Removing local from group
Without any issue? I couldn't promise that. You need to understand the way GP works and what the policies are doing. what are you concerned about exactly and what are you doing specifically?
Jan
1
comment iscsi slow read speed
perhaps, but its fairly easy to tell if you're having issues with jumbo frames. Most switches do not fragment packets by default, so if you ping with a 9000 byte size, it should either fail or succeed. if it succeeds, its easy enough to look at the counters and confirm that the switch is fragmenting the packets or if they're coming across as jumbo. Jumbo frames is one of many areas to look into, but i wouldn't focus solely on it.
Dec
23
comment Removing local from group
see my edit, let me know if that clears it up.
Dec
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revised Removing local from group
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Dec
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answered Removing local from group
Dec
23
answered iscsi slow read speed