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Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
TechNet says ITL can be applied to Preferences under Computer Configuration or User Configuration. Not Policies.
Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
User Configuration -> Policies -> Admin Templates, I modify a policy somewhere inside. Also I turned on Loopback mode. Now I expect when user logges-on to a computer in group "Servers" the appropriate object will be applied to his windows explorer settings. Incorrect?
Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
I tried and it doesn't work. I have a policy object for Authd Users and Group "Desktop Computers" which sets particular policy off. And another object for Authd Users and Group "Servers" which sets the same policy on. I run gpupdate and logoff/login. And it doesn't work.
Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
It seems Item Level Targeting can be applied for user Preferences but I need to apply it to user Policies. And I don't see ILT in policy settings, only not set, on, off.
Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
Yes. I want to apply different windows explorer settings (hide something - turn on) for the the same user on one computer, and on another computer - the opposite (side something - turn off). I think you got it. Will check out your link right away. Thanks!
Mar
2
comment Server address requested and the certificate subject do no match
@AlanB: forward it from public IP/firewall to the gateway machine. In my case the web server previously was listening it.
Sep
23
comment IIS7 URL Rewrite breaks for URLs containing + characters
Nah, doesn't work(
Dec
21
comment How to issue a cert for web hosting using ad cert authority
IIS snap-in does't list certs having no private key, I don't know why. So default Web Server cert template doesn't work here, looks weird and not MS typical.
Dec
21
comment How to issue a cert for web hosting using ad cert authority
(I deleted my comment/question because decided to google instead, looks too simple for asking)
Nov
26
comment VmWare image to HDD
So any other VMware server visualization solutions not requiring stand-alone hypervisor? No. That's was my point. I used VMware Server for a long after 2008 by myself. But it's (almost) 2014 and you find a better solution easily. The same for running Windows Server 2003.
Nov
26
comment VmWare image to HDD
@MDMarra: I'm not familiar with Workstation but Player is not a server solution, just player, pure desktop. That's what I mean.
Nov
25
comment VmWare image to HDD
However I'd recommend to migrate to VMware ESXi or Microsoft Hyper-V (doesn't require stand-alone hypervisor).
Nov
25
comment VmWare image to HDD
@MDMarra: I guess because this the only VMware product that is not a stand-alone hypervisor. Isn't it?
Nov
24
comment How can i check if a file is well transfered when using SFTP?
@achraf: Why can't you? Perform before upload. Then after download.
Nov
24
comment Windows Server 2012 guest machine no internet or LAN
Don't forget to accept your answer.
Nov
24
comment Server address requested and the certificate subject do no match
Looks like it makes sense to ask him in the comments.
Nov
24
comment Server address requested and the certificate subject do no match
I read and tried this article already. But his case is different in setting up RD Web Access. Where looks like in wizard you rally can specify internal and external domain names. Also RD Virtualization Host installation requires physical (hardware-assisted virtualization) servers and my is virtual. So on Server Manager -> Overview I have an error message instead of fancy visualization like he has.
Nov
24
comment Server address requested and the certificate subject do no match
I'm wondering where exactly or where also should I specify the cert. Because the one is observed from client is definitely different from what I set in RDG Manager. For instance, expiration date. And of course subject name.
Nov
24
comment Server address requested and the certificate subject do no match
Thanks for stopping by! I tried both creating self-signed cert by RDG snap-in and makecert.exe. A control both client, host and rdg vm. First I'm getting an error saying you can't trust self-signed cert. Then I add it to Trusted Root Auth. After that I'm getting an error saying address not match. And this is true, cert subject is local domain net instead of public. However I always create a cert for public one.
Aug
27
comment How can I connect to a Windows server using a Command Line Interface? (CLI)
Works fine to execute console commands when properly configured and run in secured environment.