Tomasz Szkudlarek

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Apr
22
comment Windows 7 there are no logon servers available to service the logon request subdomain
A) - Yes, but they logon first on they notebooks in the top domain, while they are in the main location, then they come to us, and they logon with the same credentials, but within our site (with our IP Adress, DNSes). This (domain logon) may work, but as their credentials are already cached, as i undestand, this may be also a false assumption. D) might be true, but this is not yet correctly tested (hope to do this today). There are no machines with login issues as far as we know, despite of those "foreign" notebooks. Dcdiag reports only systemlog failure on one dc, but this is unrelated error.
Apr
18
comment Windows 7 there are no logon servers available to service the logon request subdomain
They are specifying subdomain\user. Laptops belong to the top domain in the forest. They are receiving adresses of our DNSs from our DHCP Server. There is no difference between laptop and non laptop users - we have not tested other users on those laptops. Laptops have 100% valid IP from DHCP, moreover, we assign fixed ip adresses in DHCP for every single mobile user (security reasons), and this works fine.
Apr
16
comment Windows 7 there are no logon servers available to service the logon request subdomain
Yeah, i suppose, we expose via DHCP exactly the same DNS Servers as we use internally in subdomain. They also serve as domain controllers. However i would need to test in on pc registered in top level domain. We are going to prepare a test Windows 7 virtual machine and ask our colleagues to join it to the top level domain.
Mar
3
comment Multiple user logons (Domain, Terminal Services) - How to determine if a user access token is invalid after password change
That's kind of workaround. However we don't use homeshares. There is instead one network share, where we keep all the profiles and all users have access to this path. Only i was hoping for more elegant solution which wouldn't require to test any access ...
Oct
30
comment Outlook 2007 can't logon to Exchange 2010
OWA seems to works just fine, even if i open it from the same TS server where i setup the Outlook, with this problematic user logged on. So, it's rather configuration related issue? There shouldn't be anything wrong with permissions, i assume?
Oct
30
comment Outlook 2007 can't logon to Exchange 2010
Existing user, then i choose from the list this specific user account.
Sep
26
comment Providing network drive access to a windows service
Making a link is a good idea.
Sep
24
comment Providing network drive access to a windows service
This service somehow tests by itselfs validity of path. That's the problem. Just to clarify. This service does not require explicit access to a network share. By default it supports only letter drives (including these mapped to a letters). But we want to use a network share.
Sep
23
comment Providing network drive access to a windows service
Don't know why. It does not accept UNCs.
Sep
23
comment Providing network drive access to a windows service
Unfortunately, this services does not allow to use UNC path, otherwise we would gladly use our domain shares.