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comment Downloads Disconnected or Blocked - Rogue Device
Do you manage the network or are you an end user of the network?
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comment Simple http redirection for a Windows AD Domain Controller
@theglossy1: I'm not sure if you're casting aspersions at me and insinuating that I'm being a dick to you, but I most certainly am not. I also never made any statement about whether or not a company who has done this is populated with a bunch of idiots. I simply made two statements about the situation. Your experience differs from mine in regards to the naming convention that companies have used/are using for their internal AD. I've not seen it to the degree that you've seen it. I see that you've found a solution, so good for you. Cheers.
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answered Xen Server interference on ARP requests
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comment Xen Server interference on ARP requests
How can I prevent it? - Don't assign the same ip address to multiple hosts or interfaces.
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comment Is there any tool for managing windows services?
@RyanBolger: Agreed. The linked article is just one persons rant.
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comment Wireless devices are detecting DHCP/DNS but Wired are not
What kind of virtual switch did you create in Hyper-V? Do the virtual machines have a virtual NIC connected to an appropriate virtual switch?
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comment Simple http redirection for a Windows AD Domain Controller
This is surely a problem that thousands and thousands of companies across the world who use one domain name (e.g., example.com) for everything internally and externally have - It isn't, because thousands and thousands of companies don't use their external domain name internally. They use an unused subdomain of their external domain.
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comment Simple http redirection for a Windows AD Domain Controller
When people inside the network look up example.com without the www, they get a list of Active Directory domain controllers (fine, that's how AD works). - No it isn't. The problem is the fact that you used your external domain name internally, instead of using an unused subdomain of your external domain internally, like ad.example.com.
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comment Is there any tool for managing windows services?
Tilting at windmills...
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comment Error Creating OU: Name is Already In Use
A domain without a forest? A secondary domain? What is that? If it's a child domain then it most certainly has a two-way, transitive trust with the parent domain. If you have a domain without a forest or a child domain without a two-way, transitive trust with the parent domain then you have a pretty interesting scenario.
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comment How to delete mailbox from database and release the storage?
How much disk space is being taken up by the Exchange transaction logs?
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answered How to delete mailbox from database and release the storage?
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answered How to be sure there is no delay with inbound SMTP to Exchange 2007 on-prem server
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comment Can ping hostname on local network, but need to use FQDN over VPN?
It sounds to me like the VPN client doesn't have a DNS suffix. If you run nslookup in interactive mode with debug and query for DC1 while connected to the VPN what does the query look like?
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answered Do I need RDS CALs for the users that come with Windows Server 2012 R2 Foundation?
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comment Do I need RDS CALs for the users that come with Windows Server 2012 R2 Foundation?
You need to purchase RDS CAL's (not to exceed 15). - technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj679892(v=ws.11).aspx
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comment Intervlan routing--DHCP offer from server on default VLAN not making it back to newly created vlan via layer 3 switch
Is the DHCP client connected to a port in VLAN 8?
Apr
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answered Intervlan routing--DHCP offer from server on default VLAN not making it back to newly created vlan via layer 3 switch
Apr
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comment Intervlan routing--DHCP offer from server on default VLAN not making it back to newly created vlan via layer 3 switch
Thanks much. Now my brain can parse it. I don't do much with switching/routing but I see this statement: ip route 10.36.8.0 255.255.255.0 10.36.8.1, but I see this ip address for VLAN 8: ip address 10.36.8.31 255.255.255.0. That doesn't seem right to me. Shouldn't the route be 10.36.8.0 255.255.255.0 10.36.8.31?
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revised Intervlan routing--DHCP offer from server on default VLAN not making it back to newly created vlan via layer 3 switch
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