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comment FileZilla Server Configuration Problems
@LiamB The User under which FileZilla Service runs. You can look at the Services with run services.msc
Oct
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comment Printing from a windows service in one domain to a print server in another windows domains without trust
That sounds like a solution. Thank you! I'll keep you up to date
Oct
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revised Printing from a windows service in one domain to a print server in another windows domains without trust
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Oct
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comment Printing from a windows service in one domain to a print server in another windows domains without trust
Thank you for your fast response but adding a printserver to the domain is not possible from various reasons. Mixing up print jobs would be a catastrophic because of the personal data on the output. Do you have another idea?
Oct
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revised Printing from a windows service in one domain to a print server in another windows domains without trust
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Oct
22
comment Printing from a windows service in one domain to a print server in another windows domains without trust
@GregAskew To make things more clear. There are < 1000 printers just in the first domain where I have to make printing work. The business expectation is that the uses hit the print button in the application and paper comes out of the printer.
Oct
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answered Run Command directly from Powershell file
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comment Lock down a Windows PC for kiosk use
Is it a modern application or a desktop application
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comment Bitlocker drive encryption on AWS Windows instance
TrueCrypt is discontinued and should not be used anymore. Please see also truecrypt.sourceforge.net
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revised Company Password Management
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