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comment Why does Chrome complain about “obsolete cryptography”?
I just tested your fix for the script and it does indeed work better for Chrome, but It is inferior according to SSLabs: "This server supports weak Diffie-Hellman (DH) key exchange parameters. Grade capped to B."
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comment Why does Chrome complain about “obsolete cryptography”?
Excellent answer! I applied the script to my backup server which had the same problem and after a reboot my ssllabs rating was raised from C to A. Chrome still mentions obsolete cryptography though. Could this be a Chrome issue?
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comment Can I use an RODC for Active Directory athentication if the writeable DC is not available for several months?
I think I found a solution: I'll just stick to local user accounts and buy a cheap travel router like the TP-Link TL-MR3020 or the Asus WL-330N3G for travelling. Thanks for all your help, I'm not sure why you've been downvoted.
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comment Can I use an RODC for Active Directory athentication if the writeable DC is not available for several months?
TheCleaner: I thought of using local accounts as well, but then I'll have to figure out how to offer securely encrypted drive shares between the laptops when using a public WiFi. We'll need that to work on our software while being away. As for cached credentials: Would we be able to share a folder with IPSec encryption when no DC is available?
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comment Can I use an RODC for Active Directory athentication if the writeable DC is not available for several months?
Unfortunately I can't vpn into the home office's DC because the home office won't even exist while we are away. All equipment from our office will be in storage during that time.
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comment Can I use an RODC for Active Directory athentication if the writeable DC is not available for several months?
@Nathan: Unfortunately I cant do that because the home office won't even exist while we are away. All equipment from our office will be in storage during that time.
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