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Jun
23
awarded  Commentator
Jun
23
comment Prevent IE10 from creating WebCache through Group Policy
Are you referring to the TechNet response or the switch to IE11? wouldn't consider either of those valid responses for resolutions. Switching to IE11 ignored the issue more than truly resolving it. The TechNet response claims that these files shouldn't be created unless a UAC prompt is acknowledged by the client, but they are created on opening IE even without an acknowledgement.
Jun
12
comment Prevent IE10 from creating WebCache through Group Policy
We never noticed any UAC prompts during our testing, but perhaps they were being suppressed by citrix or some other pre-existing setting? We've since moved on to IE11, which more or less solved any problems we were having. Interestingly (to me anyhow), that TechNet question was started by me. Not a big fan of them automatically marking whatever MVP answers as a solution after 2 weeks though, I get a lot of false hope from those.
Jan
20
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
10
accepted How to display disk quota warnings to RemoteApp users
Sep
5
comment How to display disk quota warnings to RemoteApp users
I'd came to a similar conclusion in my research. Thanks for the suggestions.
Sep
4
asked How to display disk quota warnings to RemoteApp users
Jul
29
comment Prevent IE10 from creating WebCache through Group Policy
After some observation it appears that the WebCache files for our users fluctuate between 32 and 50MB, so I have increased the quotas to compensate for that. Still no word on how make the GPO work as expected.
Jul
19
comment Prevent IE10 from creating WebCache through Group Policy
The existing GPO settings keep the Temporary Internet Files clean enough to stay under quota, so even though they are in the users profile they've never been a problem. We're actually using local profiles on this machine as it sits in a small isolated domain. A nightly cleanup won't work well in this case, as once the quota is reached users are unable to launch some of the applications. I think I can still find a use for RemProf elsewhere though.
Jul
19
asked Prevent IE10 from creating WebCache through Group Policy
Jun
25
awarded  Student
Feb
28
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
21
asked Unabled to open service Tomcat7
Aug
21
answered EC2: maximum shutdown time exceeded
Jun
21
comment How to activate updated drivers in Hyper-V
I've been able to make this work in other systems without any issue, so I'm guessing this hardware is just too obsolete to work with the new drivers despite supposedly being supported. Thanks for the help!
Jun
15
awarded  Scholar
Jun
15
accepted How to activate updated drivers in Hyper-V
Jun
15
comment How to activate updated drivers in Hyper-V
Still haven't figured out why I can't get this to work, but that project has been put aside for now. Since this is a good answer I'm gonna mark it as accepted, even though I'm still having trouble, it's just me, hehe.
Jun
8
comment How to activate updated drivers in Hyper-V
Thanks for the suggestion, for some reason I didn't get updated on your comment. I have tried rebooting it a few times, I figured it might not switch to the new drivers until it was taken down and brought back up again. I'm wondering if maybe this hardware is just so old that it's not able to use the latest drivers.
May
26
comment How to activate updated drivers in Hyper-V
"pnputil -i -a *.inf" was what I used, and it seemed to be successful from the command line, but when I connect to it with a computer management console and look at the driver versions being used it still just reports the old ones. Could it be because I imported all of them?