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comment Mapping Drive Error - System Error 1808
Could it be the the machine's AD account is not trusted for delegeation? This would result in the NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM account not being able to act as the machine's AD account. You can check this in Active Directory on the second machine's object. Another issue might be missing Service Princicpal Names for the second machine. Try the following SETSPN -L <second_machine_name> and see what you get back. There should be at least an entry for HOST and one for RestrictedKrbHost would be nice.
Apr
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answered How do I increase the queue length in IIS's default app pool via command line?
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comment How do I increase the queue length in IIS's default app pool via command line?
Nearly got it right.
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comment How do CNAME and A records interact (in this weird case)
Have you tried accessing the URLs from outside your company / with a different laptop? Because if I perform a WGET on both addresses I get the same content.
Dec
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comment Using DD for disk cloning
+1 for Kill -SIGUSR1 1234 I was looking for that.
Dec
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answered Disable remote access for one user/database in SQL Server 2008
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comment Good tools that fit on a thumb drive
Yes. Sysinternals and Nirsoft. A lovely combination.
Nov
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comment Is this a recommended/valid approach for file server permissions?
Very interesting question. +1 for the good description. Well worth reading.
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Nov
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answered User account being frequently locked out
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comment User account being frequently locked out
How are your security settings set. How many logon attempts before an account will be blocked? Will the account be automatically reset after n minutes? You don't have to answer, but it gives you some inkling where the culprit would be coming from e.g. a job that runs every two hours means your password lockout occurs after 9 tries, ergo which jobs run every two hours on the client or on a server the person is responsible for.
Nov
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comment Is there a way to see the path of a program executed from the Windows CLI?
@moudrick It will show you what the individual executables were doing, which registry keys were accessed, the network point-to-point connections, file accesses (this is the one you are looking for) and other information.
Nov
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comment Is there a way to see the path of a program executed from the Windows CLI?
@moudrick Why so? Procmon captures everything in the pagefile and you should be able to catch even fast running batch files. Running procmon.exe for two seconds reveals 18'000 events.
Nov
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comment Is there a way to see the path of a program executed from the Windows CLI?
The Windows DOS command WHERE exists since Windows 2003 + :-)
Nov
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answered Is there a way to see the path of a program executed from the Windows CLI?