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comment group policy preferences missing in windows 7
All of the tutorials you are reading are for Group Policy, not Local Policy.
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comment How can a set a Security Group's email address using PowerShell?
Did you read the question or just the title? It's not for Exchange.
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answered disable logon to active directory with a blank password
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comment Migrating an Active Directory hub and spoke workplace to an Office 365 and a cloud AD solution
You're asking a LOT of questions that show that you're not equipped to undertake the project that you're proposing to this customer. You'd be doing them a disservice by pitching any of this until you get more training with a better understanding of the platform.
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answered How to remove an orphaned Child Domain on Server 2012
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comment Domain’s NS accessible via IPv6 only
Do you know what will definitely not get your question re-opened? Editing it so that there isn't even a question at all.
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comment DFSR fails before initialization. Event ID: 4010, 3006, 2010, 4004
Were these servers provisioned from the same image/template without being sysprepped? Do the disks in question share the same VolumeID?
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answered External IP shows me ESXi web client
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comment How to deny access on files to several groups easily?
Give just read to just the top-level folder. i.e. don't apply it to subfolders. You'll find this option in the "Advanced" section of the security dialog. Then just apply permissions to subfolders as normal.