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Jun
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accepted How can I hide projects in TFS source control from an Active Directory group?
Jun
9
comment How can I hide projects in TFS source control from an Active Directory group?
Answered my own question, +1 for helping out, thanks
Jun
9
answered How can I hide projects in TFS source control from an Active Directory group?
Jun
9
comment How can I hide projects in TFS source control from an Active Directory group?
I'm adding the group to Contributors on the projects they should see, and in the TFS project list those are the only ones visible, but when I open Source Control Explorer they can see every project folder.
Jun
9
asked How can I hide projects in TFS source control from an Active Directory group?
Jun
8
answered TFS and Active Directory - Group Membership not populating to TFS in a timely manner
Jun
7
revised Windows Server 2008 Send Error Message on Event Log Error
syntax error
Jun
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answered Windows Server 2008 Send Error Message on Event Log Error
Jun
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awarded  Notable Question
May
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awarded  Good Question
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
13
accepted Any way to identify what user account launched Windows Update?
Aug
11
comment Any way to identify what user account launched Windows Update?
See comment above.
Aug
11
comment Any way to identify what user account launched Windows Update?
Unfortunately two users were logged in at the time and they're both pointing fingers in the other direction. This isn't motivated by upper management, I just want to know whose hand I should be holding in the future. And yes, maybe one is so smart that they faked the logs, but I doubt it. I suppose the best answer may be both!
Aug
11
asked Any way to identify what user account launched Windows Update?