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ASIC verification/design specialist, part-time SW developer

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Oct
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accepted Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Oct
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answered Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Aug
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revised Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Added description of ProcMon dumps with more information
Aug
27
comment Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Thanks. I looked at ProcMon dumps, and will update the question accordingly.
Aug
26
comment Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Ok, now I managed to take a look at the DCs, and backup-gpo fails for both DCs. However, the GPO folders can be manually copied off both DCs without problems, and are identical in content.
Aug
26
comment Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
When I wrote that question, the "primary" and "secondary" DCs were very much out of sync, so I probably didn't try backing up the other server which was much behind in the GPO version numbers. I have since fixed the replication issue, so the servers are now in sync so I'll try to backup the GPO from the other DC later (and double check the hashes).
Feb
15
revised Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Added link to dsacls output
Feb
15
revised Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Fixed typo in dsacls command line used
Feb
14
comment Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Note that the other GPOs can be backed up successfully, so the issue only affects the Default Domain Policy GPO.
Feb
14
revised Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Noted that unlike in the other question, in my case the GPO is even editable
Feb
14
asked Invalid directory pathname trying to back up GPO
Dec
24
revised Migrated NPS won't serve a RADIUS client
Added more details from debugging
Dec
15
comment Migrated NPS won't serve a RADIUS client
Does a Time Capsule latch onto the first CA certificate it gets somehow? Wireless devices can authenticate to the new server through another AP without problems, so the devices and certificates cannot be to blame in this case as far as I can tell. I've also repeatedly verified the shared secret, so it should be ok. I can't think of anything else that could be at fault here since this problem is limited to the Time Capsule alone.
Dec
14
revised Migrated NPS won't serve a RADIUS client
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Dec
11
comment Migrated NPS won't serve a RADIUS client
Personally, I suspect this is somehow related to the certificates, but don't know how to investigate this. Also, a laptop that can authenticate on LAN through the switch cannot authenticate through the Time Capsule (both against the new server), and this to me might contraindicate a certificate problem (shouldn't I be seeing the same through the switch?).
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