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comment Turn on APC PDU via CMD SNMP command or similar
FYI, I'm going to assume that people downvoted you because your question doesn't show any research that you've done, or anything that you've tried.
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comment Turn on APC PDU via CMD SNMP command or similar
Have you tried to SET the appropriate MIB? That's how you configure things via SNMP, if the vendor has that capability in their product.
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answered change ip address for 10 computers based on a txt file in powershell or vbscript
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comment What are the requirements for an IT department?
Jeebus - what kind of bonehead at your friend's company is extending this offer to a new grad with literally no experience?
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revised ***UNCHECKED*** in Subject of all incoming emails
Removed pleasantries.
Mar
25
comment Use Script To Edit Local Group Policy Windows Server 2012
Further confirmation - all of these settings in Local Security are all over the registry and not standardized. Programatically setting them all will be awful, much easier to have a policy file you make once, and then import as needed. groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/…
Mar
25
comment Use Script To Edit Local Group Policy Windows Server 2012
You edit it once to create it and then export it. Then it can be imported anywhere you need it. Manipulating individual settings via powershell seems to be ungainly : stackoverflow.com/questions/23260656/…
Mar
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revised Use Script To Edit Local Group Policy Windows Server 2012
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25
answered Use Script To Edit Local Group Policy Windows Server 2012
Mar
25
comment Reset DELL iDRAC password without rebooting ESXi
Yes, this needs to be installed on ANOTHER MACHINE, like your own desktop. It's a best practice to keep console and other OOB interfaces on a VLAN that's only accessible by IT staff. And if iDRAC is your only method of console management, you are in a bind. If this is in a datacenter and you don't have some other form of remote KVM, send them instructions on how to do this from a crash cart. Regarding the reboot - yes it's inconvenient, but you've had almost a year to schedule it at this point.
Mar
25
comment DirectAccess clients cannot browse network shares but can access them via mapped drive
Hmmm - that's a thread to start pulling; Message Analyzer while hitting a Windows UNC vs the NAS CIFS ought to be illuminating.
Mar
25
comment DirectAccess clients cannot browse network shares but can access them via mapped drive
I wonder if that's relevant. I'm not familiar enough with those bad boys to know though. Is all IPv6 contained in the translation layer of the DA servers, or are you doing native IPv6 on the inside?
Mar
25
comment DirectAccess clients cannot browse network shares but can access them via mapped drive
Are the CIFS shares on Windows servers, or a NetApp or other filer?
Mar
25
comment DirectAccess clients cannot browse network shares but can access them via mapped drive
As you know, I'm a big fan of Message Analyzer and the Performance Analyzer. Just for giggles, run one of those on a client as it connects to DA (you can configure PA to start on next boot) and tries to access a UNC. Might find something.
Mar
25
answered Parse a copy of the SYSVOL
Mar
25
comment DirectAccess clients cannot browse network shares but can access them via mapped drive
This isn't by design, I'm certain of that.
Mar
24
comment Reset DELL iDRAC password without rebooting ESXi
And it's been like 9 months, as Hopelessnoob said. You could have arranged a reboot during a maintenance window at sometime in the past 9 months.
Mar
24
comment Reset DELL iDRAC password without rebooting ESXi
you get the racadm command by installing the DRAC console tools on your windows workstation.
Mar
24
comment Reset DELL iDRAC password without rebooting ESXi
Ethan - for heaven's sake, read the whole article. "The Dell Remote Access Controller (DRAC) console is management station software designed to provide remote management capabilities for the Dell systems. " That means you install it on a management station, not the server.
Mar
24
revised Exchange reply all copying sender
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