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accepted RD Gateway: Most secure approach to authenticate users against remote domain
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comment RD Gateway: Most secure approach to authenticate users against remote domain
Thanks for your reply. Glad I got the main facts straight. My concern is that the machines in the DC will be less secured than the corporate network (not only physically but also from the set of exposed services). If an attacker gains access to the RD Gateway/RoDC as far as I understand he'd be able to enumerate users, ACLs and other resources from corpdomain. So I'd prefer to use a protocol that really only performs authentication without exposing any additional ressources or security relevant settings. But according to my resarch and your reply I guess this is not available yet.
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asked RD Gateway: Most secure approach to authenticate users against remote domain
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comment What the 405 error may mean in nginx error log when migrating from Apache to nginx?
Consider that nginx does not use .htaccess files. So it could be the case that under Apache a .htaccess was used to modify configuration of php and/or apache modules which are required by your application.
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comment Lookup of objectsid slow in ACL view
Is one of your domain controllers connected via WAN or is everything in LAN? Also: is this a single domain or are the lookups performed over a forest/domain trust?
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answered CNAME: cross-site redirections toward subdomains
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comment Fast Internet Backup
No it is not. I have added more details to my original post as it was to much for a comment. I guess that your test scenario did not factor in one or more of these points, e.g. the round trip time and maybe you also tested with non-random data which can be compressed very efficiently
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comment Save data after accidental dd format
Yes, lets say for example you have several 5MB gaps in your filesystems first 700MB because the files which were stored there are deleted. You now write several 10MB files to the filesystem. The FS can fill the gaps first and as consequence you'd have at least a part of those files in the overwritten area of the disk. It depends on the type of file but in some cases (e.g solied archives) even corruption of a small part of the file can render it useless
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answered Save data after accidental dd format
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answered Linux server memory allocation
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comment What command is need to set the time on a Windows server when it boots?
I am not entirely sure if it can pull the data out of this configuration, you'd better configure the external ntp servers directly in the registry. Have a Look at KB816042 starting from this section: Configuring the Windows Time service to use an external time source