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Oct
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comment One Certificate to Rule them all
Yeah I was considering that (first part). My worry is I have seen issues with this approach and DNS caching. Someone has their iphone in the office connected the WLAN, they go outside the office then switch to 3G but can't reach the activesync because they have a cached non-routable address. If I get no bites on this question I'll probably have internal and external users both access the external IPs of the servers.
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comment One Certificate to Rule them all
We have rolled out Exchange 2007.
Oct
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comment One Certificate to Rule them all
Millions of shops have this issue - it's due to the customer having started off with SBS 10+ years ago.
Oct
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comment One Certificate to Rule them all
@Joffrey - It's BYOD for activesync devices.
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comment DirectAccess client can't connect
Were you able to resolve this?
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comment Print windows print jobs in order of submission
Well, I'm not crazy then!
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comment Overcoming maximum file path length restrictions in Windows
@HubertKario Yes, but how would that help me?
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comment Redundant Power Supplies and UPS (Dell Servers)
If you do this won't it mean the the UPSes load and runtime calculations are all shot?
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comment Windows Deployment server lists image as en-US when it's en-GB
Unfortunately we didn't get to it but it sounds plausible so I have marked the question as accepted and the system seems to have given the bounty. I'll comment back when I know for sure.