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comment Use “Client Site Name” in Group Policy Preferences
I tried this. It doesn't appear to work. I created 3 DNS entries for 'localnas' under the customer domain and tested from the three sites that are local to the NAS based on Active Directory Sites and Services. I appear to randomly hit a NAS and then stick with until reboot. I verified this by creating a a uniquely-named file on each NAS under the officeshare. I also tested this over several days after several reboots to ensure it wasn't a delay in GPO replication. Also, pinging 'localnas' will randomly return an IP if I 'ipconfig /flushdns' in between pings.
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comment Use “Client Site Name” in Group Policy Preferences
That's a nice trick. I always had a suspicion Windows did that, but never looked...
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answered Windows “User must change password at next logon” with kiosks?
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asked Windows “User must change password at next logon” with kiosks?
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comment Syslog randomly logs bad time
Yup--that's it. Thanks!
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comment PXE bootable browser
My car doesn't work, any suggestions? ;) You need to provide more details for people to assist you--specifically any error messages you might be receiving.
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comment Docker & Shorewall
IP_FORWARDING=Yes and IP_FORWARDING=True work as well. I have it on several production routers, but your answer is much clearer than mine. Great work.
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accepted Vista auto-login as local user on a domain-joined computer
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answered Vista auto-login as local user on a domain-joined computer
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comment Vista auto-login as local user on a domain-joined computer
@ChrisS: I tried that one already.
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