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accepted Active directory member servers cannot locate domain controller
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revised Active directory member servers cannot locate domain controller
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comment What might cause DIR $file to report “File not found” when DIR $dir shows the same file just fine?
Localization issue? See superuser.com/questions/463946/… . Try making a backup of the desktop.ini and then deleting it.
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answered Active directory member servers cannot locate domain controller
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revised Active directory member servers cannot locate domain controller
Added finding about member server system logs
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comment Active directory member servers cannot locate domain controller
The DC Security Event Logs didn't contain anything helpful. In fact, they suggested that the DCs weren't seeing the authentication attempts from the member servers in the first place.
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revised Active directory member servers cannot locate domain controller
added nslookup output
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comment Active directory member servers cannot locate domain controller
Thanks. I'll edit my question to include the output you asked about.
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asked Active directory member servers cannot locate domain controller
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comment Reverse Engineering Time Clock Protocol using Wireshark
Right. Your image shows that what's being sent is (hex) 04 30 30 50 03, which is control-D 0 0 P control-C. In a Python string, you can include characters by their hex byte value with backslash x. So your string would be "\x0400P\x03" (because \x04 is control-D and \x03 is control-C).
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answered Reverse Engineering Time Clock Protocol using Wireshark
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comment Wireshark Capture Between Two Routers
As it describes in the link I included above, you can export an IOS packet capture in PCAP format. Then you can open it in Wireshark.
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answered Wireshark Capture Between Two Routers
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answered Mail logs files as attachments with sendmail
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comment Sudo as different user and running screen
This suggestion doesn't work (not on Ubuntu 11.04 anyway). By default, a user Joe's tty has permissions crw--w---- and is owned by user Joe, group tty. If Joe tries sudo -u bill screen, it fails (Cannot open your terminal) because user bill doesn't have permission to Joe's tty. If Joe runs script /dev/null, the new tty has the same ownership and permissions as the first one, so a sudo -u bill screen still fails.
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