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accepted New Domain Controller with DNS in Windows has forwarders setup
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comment New Domain Controller with DNS in Windows has forwarders setup
These are DCs in our domain, yes. Honestly, I'm not exactly sure why this was setup this way.... we don't need any forwarders. However, more of my question is why a virgin server brought in this setting after I promoted it.
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comment “Removable Storage Access” Group Policy and RSAT
Thanks for asking. It's 2003. I'll edit the question.
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comment Disable USB mass storage access on client machines
Upvote because we aren't all native english speakers
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Sep
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comment Group policy preferences mapping same drive multiple times
NET USE /PERSIST was on before. I changed it several days ago, still having the issue after trying many other resolutions. I'll check out the autoruns tool though
Sep
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comment Group policy preferences mapping same drive multiple times
Unfortunately neither of those solutions worked.
Sep
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comment Group policy preferences mapping same drive multiple times
I'll check into that, The odd bit is that the drives appear over time while the user is logged in. Usually login scripts run only once though