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I'm a soldier in the US Army, program in C# in spare time, for some fun :P


Jul
1
comment Powershell unable to “see” dnscmd.exe
My issue was that I ran it on a DC that I had not promoted yet. No DNS tools.
Nov
1
answered Can storage-spaces drives be moved to a replacement server when there is a failure
Jun
15
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
19
asked Smartcard Sharepoint Password prompt
Jan
22
comment Proper Imaging Procedures to Restore and Deploy Image with Separate System Reserved Partition
If this is still an active issue, try audit mode. You'll run sysprep, with generalize and audit mode. Then you'll boot into audit mode, capture an image. This is your 'before sysprep' image. Then, once complete, you'll run it again, with oobe. Thats your 'after sysprep' image.
Oct
2
comment Share printer across VLAN separated networks using HP 1810-48G Switch (J9660A)
There is not much difference between Inter-VLAN routing and physical network routing with Cisco either. With a Cisco router, you just create multiple logical ports (each with their own VLAN) for one physical port. Then, the router will route, as normal, for the directly connected virtual ports.
Oct
2
comment Share printer across VLAN separated networks using HP 1810-48G Switch (J9660A)
The Cisco term is "Inter-VLAN Routing". You need a router or a layer 3 switch.
Jun
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
17
comment Proper Imaging Procedures to Restore and Deploy Image with Separate System Reserved Partition
This actually works for me. Before I capture the image, I use bcdedit to delete all of the entries in the boot config. Then, I capture the image. As part of my apply image script, I set up the partitions, apply the image, then use bcdboot /s to create the boot config, then restart. Works flawlessly. Note, I have not tried it on a non-sysprepped image, but it should also work.
Jun
15
awarded  Scholar
Jun
15
accepted Adding redundancy to Hyper-V without a SAN
Jun
15
comment Adding redundancy to Hyper-V without a SAN
This is a government network, and it will take years for Server 2012 to be approved. I guess I will wait until the next refresh of the equipment, which will have a SAN device. But that may be years....
Jun
14
awarded  Editor
Jun
14
revised Adding redundancy to Hyper-V without a SAN
Added more info
Jun
14
suggested suggested edit on Adding redundancy to Hyper-V without a SAN
Jun
14
comment Adding redundancy to Hyper-V without a SAN
I know it is probably not the best, but would DFS-R fit this bill? Both servers would contain copies of all of the data....
Jun
13
asked Adding redundancy to Hyper-V without a SAN
Sep
16
awarded  Supporter
Sep
16
answered Proper Imaging Procedures to Restore and Deploy Image with Separate System Reserved Partition
Oct
8
awarded  Autobiographer