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Nov
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asked How do I disable or force certain ciphers to be used with IIS 8 on Windows Server 2012 R2?
Oct
30
awarded  Teacher
Oct
30
answered How do I restore a Windows Server 2008 R2 bare metal backup to a Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V instance?
Oct
28
asked How do I restore a Windows Server 2008 R2 bare metal backup to a Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V instance?
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
4
comment Why do some machines respond with many RST packets instead of RST-ACK to refuse a connection?
@AlexanderJanssen It's just RST and the varying ports were due to not reading the output an additional time. But, still there should be a RST-ACK coming back and not just RST!
Nov
4
accepted Why do some machines respond with many RST packets instead of RST-ACK to refuse a connection?
Nov
4
comment Why do some machines respond with many RST packets instead of RST-ACK to refuse a connection?
I also just realized that I requested a connection from 53 to 80 and then it refused it with RST and then the machine for some reason responded with RST from a different source port and caused all of that confusion. My mistake for not reading it three times :)
Nov
4
comment Why do some machines respond with many RST packets instead of RST-ACK to refuse a connection?
Actually, no HTTP is being done. It's a different protocol, but on port 80. Anyway, the odd part is that those source port numbers are not 80. When you connect to a host from port A to port B, they should respond from port B to port A. So in this case, I request a connection from 53 on 80 and they should respond with packets from 80 on 53, no? Additionally, it's standard for an active refusal to be done with a RST-ACK packet, not just a RST packet.
Nov
4
comment Why do some machines respond with many RST packets instead of RST-ACK to refuse a connection?
@AlexanderJanssen Close to, but not quite. Edited the original post for you.
Nov
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revised Why do some machines respond with many RST packets instead of RST-ACK to refuse a connection?
Added an image; added 135 characters in body
Nov
4
asked Why do some machines respond with many RST packets instead of RST-ACK to refuse a connection?
Oct
10
accepted What special configuration is needed to have a domain controller with DNS on a VM in Hyper-V?
Oct
10
comment What special configuration is needed to have a domain controller with DNS on a VM in Hyper-V?
It was a NAT issue and after fixing it up it started working after the midnight maintenance restart. +1 for suggesting nmap!
Oct
10
accepted Is there a way to make software available for remote installation in Windows Server?
Oct
10
comment Is there a way to make software available for remote installation in Windows Server?
Group Policy Software Distribution was what worked for me. Thanks to you both.
Sep
30
comment What special configuration is needed to have a domain controller with DNS on a VM in Hyper-V?
Interestingly enough now. This problem is not present on the machines which are wired into the router, only machines wirelessly connected. Perhaps the wireless switch is behaving differently than the wired one?
Sep
29
asked Is there a way to make software available for remote installation in Windows Server?
Sep
29
comment What special configuration is needed to have a domain controller with DNS on a VM in Hyper-V?
@AnsgarWiechers Yes it's pointed to the correct nameserver. I do get the same error when using nslookup to query that nameserver directly as well.
Sep
29
comment What special configuration is needed to have a domain controller with DNS on a VM in Hyper-V?
@KenWhite Agreed. I forgot about that. They all look the same sometimes. Too bad there's not an easy way to move your posts or close them yourself without voting.