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Dec
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awarded  Curious
Dec
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asked Retrieve “IP Phone” Attribute from AD for Exchange Disclaimer/Signature
Nov
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comment Cannot connect via RDP due to NLA error
So it turns out that I still had an Internal IP4 connection going in RRAS. I changed the static pool to assign addesses from elsewhere, then restarted RRAS and now my 'non-working' server is working again. Hallelujah.
Nov
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awarded  Commentator
Nov
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comment Cannot connect via RDP due to NLA error
It's definitely that because if I change it to .103 then it can nslookup the .100 DC no problem. So something, somewhere, is still blocking .101 thinking it's the DC.
Nov
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comment Cannot connect via RDP due to NLA error
The time is now working correctly after a bit of finagling. Now I'm more positive that it's a DNS issue. My working Hyper-V is able to nslookup to the DC, while the non-working one can't. The non-working one also has an IP that used to be assigned to the DC (.101) but the DC was moved to .100 and the non-working server to .101. Again, all this was working fine up until a few days ago. The DC can nslookup the non-working server, but the non-working server can't do the same. Ugh.
Nov
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asked Cannot connect via RDP due to NLA error
Oct
29
comment Show both Local and Domain accounts on Login Screen in Windows 8
That I'm fully aware of. The main reason I'm having them join a domain in the first place is to facilitate backups of their data as well as pushing them VPN certs/connections, some 'mandatory' applications, printers, and things like that. We're a small company so we're not yet at the point where everything needs to be locked down, I was just looking to offer them a convenience to switch between the two.
Oct
29
comment Show both Local and Domain accounts on Login Screen in Windows 8
Because at home it is their personal laptop. When they get to work I redirect folders like their Documents, Music, Videos (Video Editing) etc. to the server in order to back them up. At home they may want to have family videos and things I have no interest in backing up. Similarly, this way they can install whatever programs they like on their 'personal' side while leaving the domain side under the control of the server.
Oct
29
asked Show both Local and Domain accounts on Login Screen in Windows 8
Oct
29
accepted How to know which network driver .inf file to deploy to client PC?
Oct
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comment How to know which network driver .inf file to deploy to client PC?
This is exactly what I ended up doing. You can also install the driver package manually then look at which inf was referenced by going to Device Manager -> Your Device -> Driver Details -> Files Thanks for this!
Oct
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asked How to know which network driver .inf file to deploy to client PC?
Oct
16
comment Scan through USB connected printer on Print Server
Could you please expand on this? From what I can surmise it's the driver that Windows is assigning to the deployed printers that is preventing the Scan function, not any port issue. I would need to allow Inbound connections of Port 5100 for scanning is what you're saying?
Oct
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awarded  Promoter
Oct
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asked What's the difference between Home folders and Folder Redirection?
Oct
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revised Scan through USB connected printer on Print Server
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Oct
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awarded  Custodian
Oct
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reviewed Approve Scan through USB connected printer on Print Server
Oct
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asked Scan through USB connected printer on Print Server