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Apr
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comment 2012 domain functional level with 2008 r2 web server
I will, I just want to wait until we execute, hopefully next week. Then I'll be sure to confirm! Thanks for the help!!!
Apr
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comment 2012 domain functional level with 2008 r2 web server
Thanks Rex! I was thinking the same thing. The ERP only uses AD to lookup users, their permissions and details are handled in the DB. The ERP fyi: newworldsystems.com/Public_Administration/index.asp
Apr
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accepted Ubuntu 10.04 SSH becomes unresponsive
Apr
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accepted Outlook 2010 not able to access Exchange 2010 GAL
Apr
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answered Outlook 2010 not able to access Exchange 2010 GAL
Apr
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asked 2012 domain functional level with 2008 r2 web server
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awarded  Student
Feb
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comment Outlook 2010 not able to access Exchange 2010 GAL
It worked fine yesterday, and nothing got changed overnight.
Feb
27
comment Outlook 2010 not able to access Exchange 2010 GAL
OWA ERROR Exception type: Microsoft.Exchange.Data.Directory.ADTransientException Exception message: An RPC exception occurred while reading the member count of an address list. The error is "Error 0x6d9 (There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper)
Feb
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asked Outlook 2010 not able to access Exchange 2010 GAL
May
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accepted ARP issues across MAN
May
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answered ARP issues across MAN
Apr
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comment ARP issues across MAN
Yes it is, and it is responding, but the responses aren't getting back to the sites.
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asked ARP issues across MAN
Jan
12
comment 2 networks with a layer 2 bridge that shouldn't be there.
Right now this place has a nice hodge podge of switches that don't like each other. Luckily I've got funding for a brand new (3rd) network that is Cisco only, that will replace the other two. The legacy networks span multiple buildings accross an entire city and it is a flat network using 10.x and 191.x (yes I know, RFC 1918, don't get me started)... pulls hair out
Jan
12
comment 2 networks with a layer 2 bridge that shouldn't be there.
Here's the "rest of the story".... Turns out I'm the one that plugged it in. There was a switch that went belly up and I replaced it. I just plugged in every port on the patch panel that was labeled for that dept, turns out there was one port in that group that went to the other network... sigh... This place is sooo broken ;)
Jan
12
comment 2 networks with a layer 2 bridge that shouldn't be there.
You nailed it, but I went about it in a different way, I borrowed a Fluke Optiview and it did that for me. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Putting an Optiview in the budget for next year!
Jan
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awarded  Scholar
Jan
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accepted 2 networks with a layer 2 bridge that shouldn't be there.