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Oct
15
comment Is it possible to configure IIS to redirect based on the SSL cipher suite used for the connection?
Yeah, that's far too involved for what really is just intended as a PSA rather than failing the authentication outright. This seems to confirm what I'd been thinking was the case though and gave a few ideas I hadn't thought of even if they are too elaborate to be practical. I'll leave it open for a little while to see if anyone else responds with ideas, but if not, this seems like a solid answer.
Jun
18
comment Is there a way to restore or re-link an active directory user with a local cached version of the user from a corrupted domain?
Thanks, there wasn't much in the way of domain resources. I just wanted to preserve user state on the local desktop. I knew that AD state was going to be a lost cause. I'm pretty sure the Copy To functionality described in MDMarra's answer will work for that purpose though.
Jun
18
comment Is there a way to restore or re-link an active directory user with a local cached version of the user from a corrupted domain?
for an enterprise that is likely, but how many small businesses are running on a single Small Business Server? Having done some consulting development work in that segment, it is a LOT! :(
Jun
18
comment Is there a way to restore or re-link an active directory user with a local cached version of the user from a corrupted domain?
I edited my question to remove the references to it being a home network to avoid making a bad example. Thanks for pointing out the issue. I do think this could be relevant in a professional context if someone was unable to restore a DC and was trying to preserve desktop users. The last link looks the most promising. I'll update this as the correct answer tonight if it works.
Jun
18
comment Is there a way to restore or re-link an active directory user with a local cached version of the user from a corrupted domain?
ah, I figured home networks were off topic because it was trying to avoid things like "why doesn't my Linksys router work?" I figured that an actual Windows Server question would be on topic since you don't normally see them in home networks. I'll look in to the links you provided though. Thanks.
Jun
18
comment Is there a way to restore or re-link an active directory user with a local cached version of the user from a corrupted domain?
@tonyroth - yeah, that's kind of what I expected. I wasn't sure if there was a way to maybe pull the user out of the local cache and restore it in to AD perhaps. Or possibly something else similar.