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Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
accepted Does installing DFS-N on two domain controllers provide DFS root redundancy?
Jul
2
comment Does installing DFS-N on two domain controllers provide DFS root redundancy?
We're looking at splitting some of our file server up, and DFS came up again and again. Several places mentioned using DFS replication to help with some of the actual moving, but my experience has been much the same in testing, replication is hard to verify and kind of kludge (leaning towards the MS File Server Migration toolkit for the move). I think we'll start using DFS using our DC's for Namespace servers and maybe not on the fileserver(s) since we won't be using replication.
Jul
1
comment Does installing DFS-N on two domain controllers provide DFS root redundancy?
I don't think we're going to utilize DFS replication, I think we'll just use DFS to make our UNC paths. We're going to do some moving of files in the background and DFS seems to be a good way of keeping UNC paths the same regardless of where the data moves to. Do you mean DFS is temperamental, or DFS replication is?
Jun
30
asked Does installing DFS-N on two domain controllers provide DFS root redundancy?
Jun
24
accepted Distributed File System Hotfixes
Jun
23
asked Distributed File System Hotfixes
Jan
28
comment Slow application performance in one location
Sorry for the delay, it's a system that we can only take down on Tuesdays, when it's not being used. I tried the MTU test, and the maximum packet size I could enter on the command line was 1472 so I don't think the packets are being fragmented. I also tried an OptiPlex 980 and it worked fine in the lab, but didn't work correctly in the field.
Jan
15
comment Slow application performance in one location
I'll have our network guy try it.
Jan
15
asked Slow application performance in one location
Oct
9
answered WSUS trying to download all updates again
Oct
9
asked Exchange 2010 Delegate vs Full Access Permissions
Apr
16
accepted GPO not setting security permissions on restart
Apr
16
comment GPO not setting security permissions on restart
It does seem that there is something to the 90 minutes thing. It doesn't reapply, but after leaving it for the weekend, no problem getting them to apply. I guess I'll put into the installation to do a gpupdate.
Apr
14
comment GPO not setting security permissions on restart
@Tubs - Actually I have restarted it sever times in a row (I believe) and it still isn't being applied. I'm testing to see if waiting 90 minutes then restarting will do it, but that's mostly a moot point I'll need to force an update with the installation.
Apr
14
comment GPO not setting security permissions on restart
@Greg Askew - I agree, when I do a gpupdate /force on the machine it asks to restart the computer so it could create some kind of loop.
Apr
13
comment GPO not setting security permissions on restart
I had seen that documentation and that's what I don't understand, the first paragraph says: "Policy is applied when the computer starts and when the user logs on." By this I assumed that the GPO would be reapplied on restart... Anyhow, looks like I'll somehow tie in a gpupdate into the end of the installation.
Apr
13
awarded  Commentator
Apr
13
comment GPO not setting security permissions on restart
So likely since it hasn't been 90 minutes since the last GPO update, when it restarts it won't apply anything on restart?
Apr
12
comment GPO not setting security permissions on restart
Does this mean that the GPO is NEVER reapplied, i.e. applied once and then it is never applied again? or that there isn't a way to force it to trigger it to be reinforced regularly? I will likely go the route of ending the installation with a gpupdate -force, however I am trying to understand better what exactly is happening and assessing my options ;-)