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comment Microsoft Exchange Solutions
One drawback of the Exchange 2010 SP1 archiving is that users can delete mail unless you set legal hold.
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comment Microsoft Exchange Solutions
Have not heard of them. Will take a look, Thanks.
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Thanks for the input. I was looking at that. We would need the Enterprise CAL. One of our big problems no matter the solution still would be what can we do with the data that is currently sitting in our 3rd party Archive solution.
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comment Windows 7 Startup Repair Disjoining System From Domain
bcdedit /set {current} bootstatuspolicy ignoreallfailures - I had to use this command - FYI
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comment Windows 7 Startup Repair Disjoining System From Domain
reddit.com/r/geek/comments/c7oa4/…
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comment Windows 7 Startup Repair Disjoining System From Domain
I may need to see if there is a script that I can write that will invoke the command above.
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comment Windows 7 Startup Repair Disjoining System From Domain
I am suprised to not see much about this "Problem" out there on the 'Net. I think it could become a larger issue for admins. Is there anyway to escalate this so that it gets more attention ?
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comment Windows 7 Startup Repair Disjoining System From Domain
So basically this is an all or nothing setting ? If the change is made with bcdedit, then will you lose all of the benefits that Statup Repair could provide ? I wish this was tuneable so that you could just prevent startup repair from invoking the rollback, but it could still do "Other" repairs etc.
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comment Windows 7 Startup Repair Disjoining System From Domain
I am worried about this happening in large numbers, such as a power event which hard powers downs say 500 systems. A percentage of them with boot issues may run the System Restore, which will : 1. Disjoin the machine from the domain, Roll Back Software, Updates, Antivirus etc. 2. Even if we take a snapshot going forward after the domain is joined or as a part of the image, if this happens the secure channel between the machine and the domain may not auth depending how long it's been. 3. It just seems like the potential is there for a messy situtation requiring admin intervention
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comment Windows 7 Startup Repair Disjoining System From Domain
You make a good point, however I still would not want the system ever to do a System Restore on it's own. I would like to prevent the ability for the Startup Repair to be able to invoke any rollback without administrator intervention.