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Feb
4
answered Automatically run PowerShell script at first boot
Aug
25
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Jun
25
answered Windows 7 versus 8 Access CNAME'd Share
May
20
awarded  Yearling
May
14
awarded  Custodian
May
14
reviewed No Action Needed Is a “bridging device” required to join two networks?
May
14
reviewed No Action Needed Windows Server 2012 foundation not asking for user login
May
14
reviewed No Action Needed How to stop Cyrus from serving root certificate?
May
14
reviewed No Action Needed HyperV - responsive VMs
May
14
reviewed Looks OK Samba 4 (Ubuntu) Administration (Active Directory) via RSAT using Windows 7 error
May
13
awarded  Custodian
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?
added 113 characters in body
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.?