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Mar
18
comment Task Scheduler only killing cmd.exe but not its child processes
See @Warren-Stevens answer
Jan
2
comment How can I automatically restart a Windows service if it crashes?
Anywhere. With SC failure w3svc command= "MyBatchFile.cmd" it should be in the path or C:\Windows\System32. You can put it in any directory if you use a full path i.e. SC failure w3svc command= "c:\Stuff\MyBatchFile.cmd"
Dec
12
revised How exactly does the HOST/machine SPN work?
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Aug
22
comment Using New-ADComputer's -ServicePrincipalNames
OK - now here's an indication that this is broken code on MS's part - I can use -otherattributes @{serviceprincipalname="HOST/server1","HOST/server1.mydomain.com"} in the New-ADComputer command and it works fine.
Aug
22
comment Using New-ADComputer's -ServicePrincipalNames
Our problem is that the first connections (the new-adcomputer) sometimes hits a different DC then the second (the set-computer). The second DC doesn't have the replicated object yet and we get a failure. We can force a DC, but that's kind of ugly.
Aug
22
asked Using New-ADComputer's -ServicePrincipalNames
Aug
21
awarded  Custodian
Aug
21
reviewed No Action Needed Failed to configure CA certificate chain
Aug
21
reviewed No Action Needed What are the pros/cons of blocking a program from running in %appdata%, %temp%, etc.?
Aug
21
reviewed Reviewed SQL Server Maintenence Plan error on an offline Database
Aug
9
comment Browser (SPNEGO) kerberos authentication on Windows Phone 8 IE
Aardvark - seems like it might actually work - google.co.in/… but I haven't seen any further proof.
Aug
9
comment Browser (SPNEGO) kerberos authentication on Windows Phone 8 IE
Kerberos only works with domain machines - see this question stackoverflow.com/questions/14224580/…
Jul
15
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
18
answered What happened to the ASP.NET account in Windows Server 2012 R2 and IIS 8.5?
May
20
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Aug
1
comment How exactly does the HOST/machine SPN work?
Well, no. SPN's have to be unique. Period. So typically you see a web server with HTTP SPN's via HOST for the machine name, then an alias registered with the SPN HTTP/<alias>. But if you were adding an SPN for a duplicate machine, that would be bad.
Jul
31
answered How exactly does the HOST/machine SPN work?
May
20
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May
8
awarded  Good Answer