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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Server 2012 DC in VMWare virtual network (NAT) unable to connect to the internet
Aug
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comment Server 2012 DC in VMWare virtual network (NAT) unable to connect to the internet
After looking up how DNS forwarders work and adding them this indeed solved the issue. I'm therefore accepting your answer.
Aug
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comment Server 2012 DC in VMWare virtual network (NAT) unable to connect to the internet
So, I did a re-install. After the re-install I assigned my Gateway as the Primary DNS and got internet. After installing the DNS roles the Primary DNS was set to 127.0.0.1 and I lost internet access.
Aug
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awarded  Supporter
Aug
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comment Server 2012 DC in VMWare virtual network (NAT) unable to connect to the internet
The ping command works, the tracert command reports it cannot resolve the target system. As per the screenshots in the blog post, the DNS settings on my DC's network connection are empty.
Aug
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comment Server 2012 DC in VMWare virtual network (NAT) unable to connect to the internet
I currently have no access to my laptop, but I will try to ping Google when I get home. I simply did not think of trying that.
Aug
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asked Server 2012 DC in VMWare virtual network (NAT) unable to connect to the internet
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awarded  Autobiographer
May
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comment Sharepoint server application unavailable after .NET 1.1 install on 64-bit 2008R2 server
I came across that post during my initial searches and followed the steps outlined there but that did not solve my issue. As I did not have a .NET 1.1 web application (it was a desktop application I wanted to test) I also uninstalled .NET 1.1 from my machine. As far as I can tell my IIS configuration has no mention of .NET 1.1 anymore. It might also be interested to note that I seem to be able to access the Sharepoint Central Administration pages, but not the dashboards for my TFS projects.
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awarded  Student
May
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asked Sharepoint server application unavailable after .NET 1.1 install on 64-bit 2008R2 server
Apr
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comment Cannot create TFS backup plan, permission issues in a non-domain setup
That didn't work either. I managed to do it by modifying the Log On user of the SQLSERVER and SQLSERVER AGENT service to my Administrator user. But I didn't really liked that. I've set it up to backup locally, and created a scheduled task using SyncToy 2.1 to echo the folder to my network storage.
Apr
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comment Cannot create TFS backup plan, permission issues in a non-domain setup
I already tried that. I needed to do something similar for the automated builds so this was one of the first things I tried. I also posted this problem on the MSDN forums and it seems other people are affected by the same issue. Unfortunately nobody has been able to come up with a working solution.
Apr
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comment Cannot create TFS backup plan, permission issues in a non-domain setup
As far as I can tell it's Full Control for everyone. And I enabled it using right-click, properties, sharing, enable share. Screenshot: http://bit.ly/HUUQxB From any PC, including the TFS server I can access the folder over the network and create and modify files and folders on it, just the TFS backup seems to be unable to do it.
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asked Cannot create TFS backup plan, permission issues in a non-domain setup