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IT administrator, eccentric programmer , app developer, computer enthusiast, infosec implementer, dinosaur lover, metal listener, food maker.

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Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
22
comment Mail From Outlook/Exchange Sent to Destination Spam
I will re-compare tomorrow. The OWA access (IIS) uses a wildcard certificate while our Exchange services (currently) utilize the self-signed one. I just don't understand how removing and re-adding the mail profile triggers a fix to this problem.
Apr
19
asked Mail From Outlook/Exchange Sent to Destination Spam
Jan
16
comment Installing MS SQL Server 2008 R2 Utilizing Data Array
Yes, I am reading plenty of articles on it right now. Do you have any recommended resources that you can link me to by any chance?
Jan
16
accepted Installing MS SQL Server 2008 R2 Utilizing Data Array
Jan
16
comment Installing MS SQL Server 2008 R2 Utilizing Data Array
Yeah, that's what I ended up going with. I was more worried about the named instance because I didn't know if that will directly or negatively impact how the log and database files were located and utilized.
Jan
16
asked Installing MS SQL Server 2008 R2 Utilizing Data Array
Dec
18
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Nov
14
awarded  Commentator
Nov
14
comment GPO Software Uninstall Not Taking Place
@EvanAnderson I updated my answer again (#3).
Nov
14
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Nov
14
comment GPO Software Uninstall Not Taking Place
@EvanAnderson great, I will take a look tomorrow and let you know what I find.
Nov
13
comment GPO Software Uninstall Not Taking Place
@EvanAnderson Yes, the application assignment (package) did disappear from the GPO. After rebooting from a gpupdate, it disappeared from the gpresults also. That is why this entire thing is odd to me, because I am positive that I deliberately checked the radio button to have it uninstall; it just never did. I also know I had checked the box (in the properties of the application assignment) to uninstall in the case of leaving the GPO scope. This alone should have triggered the application to uninstall on client machines.
Nov
13
accepted GPO Software Uninstall Not Taking Place
Nov
13
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Nov
13
comment GPO Software Uninstall Not Taking Place
@joeqwerty Interesting.. I cannot verify the program was initially started after the installation of the software because it is in fact a test machine. What I can say, is that the software was started after the attempted uninstall (after the deleting of the software entry via the GPO). The program still functions and is installed as if nothing has happened. The section is slightly vague to me, but shows a different aspect I did not consider..
Nov
13
comment GPO Software Uninstall Not Taking Place
I updated my question with a little more information you reference in this answer
Nov
13
comment GPO Software Uninstall Not Taking Place
The files still reside in their original location. There is no event in any of the 3 logs I've checked referencing software removal, errors, or warnings. I have seen how to uninstall MSI's in that manner and it will be my last resort, but may be necessary. Thank you for your answer
Nov
13
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Nov
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