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suggested approved edit on Installing SSL Certificate for use in IIS7, installation “works”, but cert listing disappears
Oct
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comment Installing SSL Certificate for use in IIS7, installation “works”, but cert listing disappears
No, you don't need to rekey to install on different machines. Import into the machine you generated the CSR from (making sure you import the intermediate certificate before importing the .crt), then export to a .pfx and you can import into the others.
Sep
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Sep
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comment w3wp.exe using 50% CPU time when website is not doing anything
Any pattern to the timing of the CPU usage? Could it be app pool recycling plus WarmUp?
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Sep
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comment Web app running as NETWORK SERVICE can connect to SQL Server but windows service running as LOCAL SYSTEM cannot
Thanks, that looks helpful. Do you know what happens to processes running as NETWORK SERVICE when the connection reverts to NTLM without that policy configured? i.e. is it normal for the process to use machine account when running as NETWORK SERVICE but Anonymous when running as LOCAL SYSTEM if the connection is over NTLM, if that policy isn't configured?
Sep
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revised Web app running as NETWORK SERVICE can connect to SQL Server but windows service running as LOCAL SYSTEM cannot
windows server 2003
Sep
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comment Service running as local system on server A connecting to SQL server on server B. How?
This document microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=4754 is very helpful for troubleshooting such issues, as is this article blogs.msdn.com/b/dataaccesstechnologies/archive/2010/01/29/…
Sep
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asked Web app running as NETWORK SERVICE can connect to SQL Server but windows service running as LOCAL SYSTEM cannot
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Aug
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answered How do I configure proxy settings for LOCAL SYSTEM?
Jun
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comment How to create a forwarding account in office 365?
Great, I've used your solution. I do find the $x.EmailAddresses.Add(y) syntax quite deceptive since it's only modifying a temporary collection, so I quite like the alternate Get-MailContact -Identity $recipientName | Set-MailContact -EmailAddresses @{Add="an.address@example.com", "another.address@example.com"}
May
25
revised How to update Outlook to point to Office 365 server instead of previous hosted exchange server?
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May
25
comment How to update Outlook to point to Office 365 server instead of previous hosted exchange server?
Can you elaborate? I've updated the autodiscover CNAME, but this doesn't appear to update the server name or connectivity information for my Outlook profile. Do users need to create new profiles, etc.
May
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asked How to update Outlook to point to Office 365 server instead of previous hosted exchange server?
May
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comment How to create a forwarding account in office 365?
And for anyone who hasn't previously set up powershell to connect to exchange, here's the instructions: help.outlook.com/en-us/140/cc952755.aspx
May
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accepted How to create a forwarding account in office 365?
May
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comment How to create a forwarding account in office 365?
Great, I've used your solution. I do find the $x.EmailAddresses.Add(y) syntax quite deceptive since it's only modifying a temporary collection, so I quite like the alternate Get-Mailbox -Identity MailContactName | Set-Mailbox -EmailAddresses @{Add="an.address@example.com", "another.address@example.com"}
May
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comment How to create a forwarding account in office 365?
Thanks! Looks like a Mail Contact is better suited than a Shared mailbox, which was my first solution.