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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
11
comment RDP in 2008 R2 domain no longer working - possible Kerberos issue
None of the group policies have been modified since February. I'm at a loss as to what could have caused this. No one was doing any work on the domain controllers or anything related to RDP.
Mar
11
comment RDP in 2008 R2 domain no longer working - possible Kerberos issue
Logging in with the same account on the console works fine. Changing security layer to RDP or SSL (it was set to Negotiate) has no effect.
Mar
11
asked RDP in 2008 R2 domain no longer working - possible Kerberos issue
Jan
5
awarded  Scholar
Jan
5
awarded  Supporter
Jan
5
comment 10GBASE-T shielded cable switch-to-server connection
Thanks for that explanation!
Jan
5
accepted 10GBASE-T shielded cable switch-to-server connection
Jan
4
comment 10GBASE-T shielded cable switch-to-server connection
The "grounded plug" is precisely what I'm trying to understand. I've yet to see any switch specs that mention grounding of the network ports. Wouldn't any port be grounded if the switch chassis is connected by a grounding wire to the rack? Or does the actual port design need to change to support shielded cables?
Jan
3
asked 10GBASE-T shielded cable switch-to-server connection
Apr
13
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
11
comment Windows 7 blocks network access to network-installed apps
Just to clarify: using FQDN can't be the issue, because I can run the programs from \\dc1.my.domain.com\shared just as easily as \\<IP>\shared. It's only when using \\my.domain.com\DFS\shared that the network connections get blocked.
Apr
11
comment Windows 7 blocks network access to network-installed apps
There are three reasons why I don't think this has anything to do with security zones: 1) It doesn't affect Domain Admins. 2) I've already tried all possible combinations of entries for Local Intranet zone (fqdn, wildcards, with/without file://, IPs, etc.). All this does is get rid of the Open File security dialog, which is nice, but unrelated to the program's ability to create network connections. 3) This only happens when the program is executed through a DFS share. No problems when connecting to a specific server and running the program from the same share directly.
Apr
10
revised Windows 7 blocks network access to network-installed apps
DFS clarification
Apr
10
revised Windows 7 blocks network access to network-installed apps
DFS clarification
Apr
10
asked Windows 7 blocks network access to network-installed apps
Mar
1
awarded  Editor
Mar
1
revised What does sysprep do on Win2k8 with /audit?
Additional info.
Mar
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awarded  Student
Mar
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comment What does sysprep do on Win2k8 with /audit?
The server restarted itself, since I also passed /reboot. It up is and running in audit mode, but I can still RDP to it using my domain credentials. It wiped all of my profile settings, but the account itself still works.