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comment HP MSA1500 - getting past the 2TB limit?
I have not been able to find any documentation that clearly outlines this. Please confirm: create 2 logical RAID 5 drives each having 7 drives. Using Disk Management within W2K3 SP2, do I simply create a new volume by adding the 2 drives? Do these have to be GPT? Are there steps I am missing? You see, I'm starting to get fuzzy here... any help or links would be appreciated!
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comment Hyper-V R2 can't add a teamed NIC as External Network
Short of doing the OS reload (again) how about renaming the server. Since you are receving permission errors this <b><u>might</u></b> resolve your error (?)... if it does and you get everything connected the way you want then try renaming your server back.
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comment Windows Server 2003 GPO Redirected Folders
The Start Menu properties for Folder Redirection only has 2 enabled settings... "Leave the folder..." and "Redirect the folder...". Both "user has exclusive access" and the "move contents to the folder" options are disabled but unchecked.
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comment Windows Server 2003 GPO Redirected Folders
The 2nd error is: Followed by: The Group Policy client-side extension Folder Redirection failed to execute. Please look for any errors reported earlier by that extension. The Start Menu properties for Folder Redirection only has 2 enabled settings... Leave the folder and Redirect the folder. It does not seem to matter which setting I set it to, the error is still being recorded (even after a gpupdate /force). As you could tell I am quite frustrated with this annoying problem and I apologize for being short.
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comment Windows Server 2003 GPO Redirected Folders
The problem I am having is that when anyone logs into a TS then 2 errors are being recorded in the Applications event log. "Failed to perform redirection of folder Programs. The new directories for the redirected folder could not be created. The folder is configured to be redirected to <\\FileServer\desktop profiles$\AD_Group_Name\Start Menu\Programs>, the final expanded path was <\\FileServer\desktop profiles$\AD_Group_Name\Start Menu\Programs>. The following error occurred: Access is denied."
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comment Windows Server 2003 GPO Redirected Folders
Everyone has their own profile on the TS's... depending on the group they are in determines what desktop and start menu items they get. These come from the network share. Until I made the network share read-only Users could update their desktop and start menu items. When other Users of the same group would login they would get these updated changes. Now Rex, I made it pretty darn clear what the issue was, you have made me define it needlessly deeper. Are you just going to comment or do you have an understanding of the various different options the folder redirection GPO does and can help?
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comment Windows Server 2003 GPO Redirected Folders
Yes, I redirect everyone but to their own profile... C:\Documents and Settings\UserLoginName.
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comment Upgrade no raid server to raid
All servers are Windows 2003
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comment Upgrade no raid server to raid
Thanks for the input... I really didn't think there was any other solution. I'll promote my other DC and move over all DHCP (currently being split with the primary). Install the controller, drives and OS. Once it is a DC back on the domain won't everything just replicate? It just seems to me there is nothing to restore or anything else to do for that matter. The DC's have the AD, DNS and DHCP (DHCP just for this location). Am I missing anything? Thanks again!
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comment iScsiPrt error event ID 5
I read the kb but there is nothing in there that really helps, in fact that is where it states "... Therefore, you can safely ignore this Error event." I don't think having an error recorded every 3/100ths of a second is something I want to ignore. I would appreciate your "once over" very much. What config (devices, nics, Navisphere) would you like to see and where can I email it? ... Thx!
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asked iScsiPrt error event ID 5