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revised IIS 7.5 One Application Pool works, a second one doesn't work
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comment PostgreSQL server: 10k RPM SAS or Intel 520 Series SSD drives?
BBWC is neither the same thing as, nor a replacement for PLP.
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comment How to make a scheduled task run as a builti-in account
This conclusion is incorrect. That msdn doc says the same thing about all the other builtins. You might want to look at Task Scheduler/Task Scheduler Library/Microsoft/Windows, under AutoChk, Time Sync, RAC, Ras etc.
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comment How to configure mod_proxy to ProxyPass based on http vs https?
If doing this, you don't need to repeat the proxy directives in both VirtualHosts. You can just pull them out to the server context.
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comment How to use psexec without admin privileges on target machine?
Actually it does. +1
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comment IIS logs show sc-win32-status=64 but only through some networks
You are expected to cite your references. forums.devshed.com/showpost.php?p=1686138&postcount=9
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comment FreeNAS vs OpenIndiana in terms of speed, driver availability, robustness?
In that case you can safely assume that he is asking for all tasters to relate their varied preferences and experiences such that all comers can come to appreciate the subtle variations in said fruit.
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answered How to allow active directory users to remote desktop in?
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comment Members of “Remote Desktop Users” group cannot login
No it is not wrong. The server you need to RD into has to grant access to people who want to RD into it. So you need to add that domain user id to RDUsers on your TS member server. NOT create a new local account on that server which is what it sounds like you did? Obviously the better option is to create and add a new mydomain\myTSUsers group to the RDUsers group on the TS. Then you can add users to this group and never need to touch that server again.
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answered IIS 7.5 One Application Pool works, a second one doesn't work
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comment How come when I add IIS_IUSRS RW access to a folder, it doesn't automatically allow ISUR RW access?
Yes absolutely correct on all points! To be perfectly clear, in #1 and #2 you should add "if IIS anon auth is enabled", which I didn't have to include earlier because you already said you are using anon. See the table I added to better explain this.
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revised How come when I add IIS_IUSRS RW access to a folder, it doesn't automatically allow ISUR RW access?
Edit after OP added more information: