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IT consultant, software engineer, open source enthusiast, alround computer guy

Never forget:

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  • postfix flush

Oct
17
answered How can we remove Exchange 2007 roles without a DC available?
Oct
17
comment How can we remove Exchange 2007 roles without a DC available?
I have to ask, why? Why are you in a situation where you are allowed to remove an Exchange server from your organization but you're not allowed to contact any DC?
Oct
15
comment How can I determine why a users password change did not succeed?
I was hoping that password change failures are logged somewhere (I couldn't find anything) or that a specific tool exists that allows the user to test their password.
Oct
15
asked How can I determine why a users password change did not succeed?
Oct
15
revised Removing File Services Role From A Domain Controller
Minor changes
Oct
15
suggested suggested edit on Removing File Services Role From A Domain Controller
Oct
12
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
6
comment How do I apply WinHTTP proxy settings domain-wide?
From what I can tell that would do the equivalent of netsh winhttp import proxy source=ie in Windows Vista. So that doesn't really help me.
Oct
1
awarded  Announcer
Sep
28
comment Recommended optimum level of free memory in a server
@kobaltz: There's a difference between swapping and paging ;)
Sep
27
accepted Why is Windows Update suddenly failing with error 0x80244019?
Sep
24
asked Does Outlook continue to auto-discover account settings for already configured accounts? Can it be prevented?
Sep
21
comment Is there a specific name for the “.\” (dot-slash) shorthand used to log onto a Windows machine?
.\ is not the shorthand. . is. The backslash is always used to delimit host from user.
Sep
20
awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
18
comment How do you manage “network locations” through domain group policies?
@BretFisher: Just as you said. It felt legacy and I wanted to see if there are other options. This looked like a much better approach. The concept of drive letters seemed unnecessary, and the drive letter that would fit this network location just perfectly is always already taken by another assignment :D Thanks for your advice.
Sep
17
comment How do you manage “network locations” through domain group policies?
@BretFisher: Oh wow, that really puts my hopes down :( I hoped that there is a built-in approach. For this task at hand I really wouldn't want to roll anything from scratch, mapped network drives are actually an option. I'll look into it though, as this seems like a much more elegant approach. If you don't mind, I'd love to have a look at whatever procmon results you'd want to share. My email is in my profile :)
Sep
17
asked How do you manage “network locations” through domain group policies?
Sep
14
comment command line - switch to administrator mode
To my understanding, this requires the actual Administrator account to be active (Enter the password for administrator:). It is not identical with simply running the command prompt with elevated privileges.
Sep
14
awarded  Organizer
Sep
14
revised Deleting SSL certificate from Windows Server 2008
edited tags