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Aug
4
comment Powershell script from DFS server not running
Thank you for the initial link: since all my servers have IE in ESC mode, it does explain why Powershell ignores the execution policy (although it doesn't explain the argument for implementing such... interesting mechanism). Unfortunately, CasPol is somewhat deprecated and isn't used by Powershell by default. I tried it nevertheless but it didn't solve the prompt issue.
Aug
4
comment Powershell script from DFS server not running
I believe that this would trigger a dialog box instead of the powershell security warning I'm seeing. Anyway: the network location where the script are stored is part of the "Local intranet" zone, applied through GPO.
Oct
28
comment Replacing a string in an XML with Powershell causes MALFORMED XML
Have you checked if the resulting file isn't saved as UTF-16 instead of UTF-8 ?
Oct
3
comment Getting list of users indirectly members of an AD group through LDAP
It's only a handlfull: about 10
Sep
19
comment Getting list of users indirectly members of an AD group through LDAP
Thanks for the answer but what I'm actually looking for is a LDAP query filter that will yield that same result (see my comment about how I intend to use the solution).
Aug
28
comment SSL Mismatched Address Certificate Error on IIS 7
This belongs to serverfault
Jul
21
comment IIS complains about port being used when it's not
This key does not exist
Jul
19
comment IIS complains about port being used when it's not
Yes, there are two events logged. I added them to the description of the problem
Jul
18
comment IIS complains about port being used when it's not
There: I added the screenshot I promised
Jul
18
comment IIS complains about port being used when it's not
Yes, I'm 100% sure of the new web app binding. I'll add a screenshot of the binding in IIS. As for the webmail app, I don't see how (or why) it could fool netstat.
May
28
comment Why is execution of batch files different between drag & drop and from command line?
Two solution: resart the batch file with elevated privs (search the stak for detail) if your user is admin or change it to a scheduled task if he's not (ask a new question on Friday if you want ore detail)
May
28
comment Why is execution of batch files different between drag & drop and from command line?
Did you try to set the current path at the start of your command-line ?
May
6
comment NTFS corrupts by using Windows 2008 R2 share with Debian iSCSI Target
Did I write a long and complex comment just to ask "is your iSCSI network isolated" ? Looks like I did, yes... Sorry
May
6
comment If I get an invalid public key error does that mean I have an incorrectly installed certificate
The second one. The first error just mentions a self-signed certificate. Since you said that you're not using self-signed certs, it also points to another certificate being used in the chain. Now, it could be the client cert or, possibly, a certificate from some SSL accelerator or a layer 5 security system (AV, IPS/IDS, WAF, that kind of things).
May
6
comment If I get an invalid public key error does that mean I have an incorrectly installed certificate
I'm afraid, I can't tell you: I don't know nginx either. Your error, however, really seems related to a client certificate being used during SSL hqandlshake
May
6
comment NTFS corrupts by using Windows 2008 R2 share with Debian iSCSI Target
In my experience, NTFS (in recent versions anyway), in itself, is VERY resilient: corruption is usually the result of storage-level errors. In your case, you're using iSCSI which implies a ddep network stack. Now, the guideline in implementing iSCSI storage is to separate storage network and general purpose network because general purpose networking is resilient to things like packet loss and changes in latency, two things that iSCSI do not deal with very well (if at all). Did you separate these networks ?
May
6
comment If I get an invalid public key error does that mean I have an incorrectly installed certificate
This looks like an error with the CLIENT certificate: are you using X509 client auth, by any chance ?
May
6
comment NTFS corrupts by using Windows 2008 R2 share with Debian iSCSI Target
Is the lun also mounted on the Debian system ?
Apr
17
comment Evaluating current ACEs on NTFS ACLs with PowerShell
Assuming Mathias's answer wasn't sufficient, could you please clarify exactly what you WANT ? From your description, I'm assuming you want every object in the file system to have the same permission and this permission to be explicitly set, not inherited. Is that correct ?
Apr
16
comment Evaluating current ACEs on NTFS ACLs with PowerShell
It is unclear what state you are currently in, what you mean by "inconsistent" and what exactly you do require. Ironically, your comment added one (important) precision to what you want.