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Jan
4
comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
Sorry to un-accept @mfinni.. found the issue.
Jan
3
comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
OK thanks. I checked the full path from another machine and it worked fine. But from the machine I was logging into, it didn't resolve. I changed the profile setting on the server and we're good to go. Thanks!
Jan
3
comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
The tab for roaming profiles? In server 2012? All I set on the server (besides setting up the folders) was in the Active Directory Admin center > OU > User > profile where I set the path to the Share created via the technet article. Likely I don't recognize what you mean as I'm not used to the new UI yet. I will try another machine tomorrow. Thanks.
Jan
3
comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
It is a small shop and I wanted to start with a clean slate. The old domain is littered with learning-type fudgery and I thought it'd be a worthwhile experience to learn by doing (again). The user I've been trying to log in with was/is roaming on the old domain.
Jan
3
comment Server 2012 Roaming Profile from server 2008
Because I want to run the domain with 2012 functionality; the old one is 2008 r2. the goal is to have users use roaming profiles.
Jan
2
comment Bypass perc s300 on R210 II
Everything I've read so far speaks to it being "impossible". People had dell ship out new controller (PERC6i); people even just trying to get a *nix distro have had no luck. The Perc S300 is not listed on Vmware's HCL, so I doubt anything will be happening until I toss the s300. Thanks!
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
@ewwhite thanks... but the issue turned out to be that esxi was using some odd port that wasn't mentioned anywhere else (50538) for nfs.
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
No, hadn't seen it. But it doesn't help my situation; I still don't know where to look for failures because I don't know where NFS is logging. NFS is running and I can mount folders from remote machines fine. I'm having an issue creating a datastore within esxi and want the NFS logs to help narrow the issue. Although, it does mention trace debugging so I'll try that. Thanks!
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
@Adrian fair enough.
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
Yes I have the firewall on. Updated the question with iptables -L. Reminder: this question isn't "how do I use nfs?" it's "where are the nfs logs?"
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
OK. Updated the question. Thanks.
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
@ewwhite permissions errors, mount errors; I don't know. Something telling me why a remote machine is giving me a permission denied, or unable to mount status.
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
This is the server; NFS is running and I am able to mount remotely. I want those logs though.
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
It is. rpcinfo -p returns correctly from client. And I also managed to get the client to mount the folder, but the questions still stands-it'd be nice to have those logs.
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
[root@houston netshare]# locate nfs| grep log \ [root@houston netshare]# . grepping /var/log returns nil. Think there might be something missing? This is a brand new centos box from live cd & yum update
Dec
7
comment centos 6 nfs: logs not showing anywhere
Sure did. grep -Rni "nfs" /var/log returns diddly. A couple of lines about anaconda...and I know there should be more logs because I'm failing to mount.
Nov
7
comment Print jobs not being deleted from spooler
@HopelessN00b or I could just change the port from WSD to TCP/IP and go out for a smoke. Yeah, think I'll do that :D
Nov
7
comment Print jobs not being deleted from spooler
It is the machine. Domain admin can not print correctly from the machine either. Other users (on other machines) can print correctly to the printer. Thanks.
Sep
4
comment ldap samba user access issue
Accepted this to clear it up, though still haven't found the solution.
Aug
23
comment using find and grep to empty multiple files
Maybe... they're there as a result of other apps (joomla, etc; hence the hacked htaccess). Interestingly, the original htaccess files seem to be intact in the directory in other forms (e.g. htaccess.txt). Right now, just want them 0'd. Also, I took out the php exec($_GET) backdoor that they were using, so for now...