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Mar
17
comment Attaching a hard drive with ESXi VMs to XenServer
Yeah I was looking for confirmation really. It would have been nice to just, like, create the VMs and make them use the existing drives or something :)
Mar
17
accepted Attaching a hard drive with ESXi VMs to XenServer
Mar
17
comment Attaching a hard drive with ESXi VMs to XenServer
@GregL It's VMFS I am afraid.
Mar
16
asked Attaching a hard drive with ESXi VMs to XenServer
Dec
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
12
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
26
awarded  Student
Feb
26
comment Can I use GPMC to edit a local policy?
@TheCleaner No worries, the questions probably wasn't superclear...
Feb
26
awarded  Critic
Feb
26
comment LDAP throws Event ID 2887 warnings even after enabling “require signing”
Now it all makes more sense. Thanks!
Feb
26
accepted LDAP throws Event ID 2887 warnings even after enabling “require signing”
Feb
26
comment Can I use GPMC to edit a local policy?
I couldn't have said it in fewer words.
Feb
26
accepted Can I use GPMC to edit a local policy?
Feb
26
comment Can I use GPMC to edit a local policy?
@TheCleaner But that's the Local Group Policy Editor, not the GPMC..
Feb
26
comment LDAP throws Event ID 2887 warnings even after enabling “require signing”
@AdamThompson Unfortunately I have tried both of these things to no avail. I am starting to have the feeling that the policy might not be linked to the computer correctly
Feb
26
asked Can I use GPMC to edit a local policy?
Feb
26
comment LDAP throws Event ID 2887 warnings even after enabling “require signing”
@AdamThompson Yep, I confirm that
Feb
26
awarded  Commentator
Feb
26
comment LDAP throws Event ID 2887 warnings even after enabling “require signing”
@AdamThompson Do you know how I can force the policy to be applied?
Feb
25
comment LDAP throws Event ID 2887 warnings even after enabling “require signing”
@AdamThompson I did everything by GPO, and I have realized that gpresult says that the policy has not been applied because it was filtered out due to being empty. The registry keys look ok though, but the verification steps fail...