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Apr
15
accepted Using a computer with many COM ports as a low cost out of band solution?
Apr
15
answered Using a computer with many COM ports as a low cost out of band solution?
Apr
10
accepted What should happen when I browse to my Windows domain name via UNC?
Apr
10
comment What should happen when I browse to my Windows domain name via UNC?
Thanks so much for investigating for me! I always forget how a simple wire capture can explain so much confusing behavior- next time I have a question like this I'll remember to run one myself first. I hope this gets more up votes.
Apr
9
revised What should happen when I browse to my Windows domain name via UNC?
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Apr
9
comment What should happen when I browse to my Windows domain name via UNC?
Ah well no the DFS tab is only present for actual DFS namespaces folders the other normal shares have regular properties- I'll post a picture.
Apr
9
comment What should happen when I browse to my Windows domain name via UNC?
Any DFS namespaces work without issue. I can access files, view the DFS tab, connect to a different DFS host etc. But the normal shares on the particular DC \\my.dom.com resolves to are empty. This behavior might be by design as its not really an issue for me I'm just curious whats happening.
Apr
9
comment What should happen when I browse to my Windows domain name via UNC?
Yes iPath is right. my.dom.com resolves regardless of whether I have DFS namespaces running. Nothing is broken here (at least I don't think so) I just want to understand this behavior. I browse to \\my.dom.com and connect to what ever DC that resolves to, I can access any DFS namespaces without issue, but the other normal shares on that DC are empty.
Apr
9
comment What should happen when I browse to my Windows domain name via UNC?
This happens on all computers.
Apr
7
asked What should happen when I browse to my Windows domain name via UNC?
Apr
2
comment Using a computer with many COM ports as a low cost out of band solution?
Forgive my ignorance but the SN0116 you linked to has only rj45 jacks. It must come with special cables that will allow me to connect it to the routers' console ports right? I thought you could only connect to them with rollover cables.
Mar
31
comment Using a computer with many COM ports as a low cost out of band solution?
Yes, but with redirection I can access it with an ssh client from any device instead of having to RDP into it first and then ssh into a router. The only requirement I have is that the PC connected to the routers be a windows pc- the devices access the PC might not be windows.
Mar
31
asked Using a computer with many COM ports as a low cost out of band solution?
Mar
30
awarded  Famous Question
Feb
27
accepted Allowing a device blocked by port-security
Feb
27
revised Allowing a device blocked by port-security
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Feb
26
revised Allowing a device blocked by port-security
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Feb
26
asked Allowing a device blocked by port-security
Feb
25
asked Does “aaa accounting commands” not support radius?
Feb
25
comment How do I use a domain account to connect to a MSSQL server for NPS accounting?
I already said its not using the user's domain credentials when trying to access the SQL DB. I can use Windows authentication when setting up the connection, but when the NPS server tries to access the SQL server to log data it uses its domain computer account.