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comment Reverse DNS records not registered when using DHCP
The GPO doesn't change anything, but enabling "Use this connection's DNS suffix in DNS registration" actually did the trick. Please rewrite your answer to explicitly state this, and I'll accept it.
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comment Reverse DNS records not registered when using DHCP
As I said in the question, configuring the DHCP server is not an option. I don't manage it. It won't register DNS records for its clients, period. They should be able to handle it, since all of them are domain members.
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comment Can I automatically add a new host to known_hosts?
@JasperWallace, while this is usually good advice, the specific use case (deploying test VMs and sending commands to them) should be safe enough.
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accepted Any benefit and/or risk in enabling Jumbo Frames for the DAG replication network?
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comment Any benefit and/or risk in enabling Jumbo Frames for the DAG replication network?
Jumbo Frames on Hyper-V are useful for iSCSI and in VM live migration (where the whole running state of a VM needs to be quickly transferred to another host); they are basically useless for VM traffic, unless a VM has a very high and sustained network usage.
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comment Any benefit and/or risk in enabling Jumbo Frames for the DAG replication network?
The question came up because I'm setting up an Exchange cluster and a Hyper-V cluster on the same network, and Jumbo Frames have been enabled on the switch and on Hyper-V servers because this is quite benefical for live VM migration. I was just wondering if Exchange replication could also get any benefit from it.
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comment Any benefit and/or risk in enabling Jumbo Frames for the DAG replication network?
The question came up because I'm setting up an Exchange cluster and a Hyper-V cluster on the same network, and Jumbo Frames have been enabled on the switch and on Hyper-V servers because this is quite benefical for live VM migration. I was just wondering if Exchange replication could also get any benefit from it.
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comment how can I change the FQDN of an exchange 2013 server
Looking at the image, it looks like you want to rename your DOMAIN, not your mail server...
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answered Which version of Windows Server matches this OS version of Amazon EC2 Windows instance most?
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comment High CPU Usage by LSASS.exe when installing Exchange Server 2013
Agreed. After so much time, it's safe to conclude the upgrade is stuck and isn't going anywhere. Something must be wrong on that DC and/or your AD environment.
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comment High CPU Usage by LSASS.exe when installing Exchange Server 2013
BTW, you should not attempt to manually load the schema extension files; they are meant to be used only by the Exchange setup.