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answered For Loop in batch file
Nov
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comment For Loop in batch file
+1 - You beat me. >smile<
Nov
26
comment IIS Site breaks after disabling SSLv3
I'm with @ShaneMadden on this one-- we need to see what's happening when you've got SSLv3 disabled. A packet capture of the failing state would be helpful.
Nov
26
comment Name Resolution failure on the current domain controller
Is this computer configured to use itself as its DNS server?
Nov
26
comment Name Resolution failure on the current domain controller
Tell us about how your DNS client settings are configured. Tell us about your DNS server (is it running on this Domain Controller computer, what Forward Lookup Zones do have configured).
Nov
26
comment rsync many small files with long filenames takes a lot of bandwidth
Can you post your command lines (sanitized, if necessary)?
Nov
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comment Distribute a network with sub networks properly
Creating VLANs based on floors of a buidling is a wrongheaded reason for creating VLANs. You create VLANs to segment varying security concerns, and to limit flooding of broadcast and frames with unknown destinations.
Nov
26
comment Debugging slow Quickbooks in multi-user mode
Tell us about what the network infrastructure hardware is inside and connecting the buildings.
Nov
26
comment rsync many small files with long filenames takes a lot of bandwidth
What version of rsync are you using?
Nov
26
comment Migrate user accounts from Azure AD to on-premise AD?
Very similar to: serverfault.com/questions/643914/…
Nov
26
comment Main DC is no longer NTP or hold FSMOs
The resulting SRV record returned by that nslookup should be the same regardless of which DNS server you run it against. That's the query to located the PDC Emulator FSMO role-holder. If you're seeing different results for that nslookup run against different DNS servers then you've got an Active Directory replication problem (because, likely, you're using Active Directory-integrated DNS zones).
Nov
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comment Main DC is no longer NTP or hold FSMOs
@JamesO'Keeffe - You may well have been getting broadcast NetBIOS name resolution when you tried those commands.
Nov
26
comment Main DC is no longer NTP or hold FSMOs
Were the resulting VMs from the P2V run in an isolated environment, or were they able to communicate to the existing network? (I feel like, if it were a disaster recovery exercise, they would be run in an isolated environment. That would be the norm, at least.)
Nov
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comment Main DC is no longer NTP or hold FSMOs
It still sounds like a DNS problem to me. What does the output for nslookup -type=SRV _ldap._tcp.pdc._msdcs.swaco.org look like on the AOBVADC001 machine? What DNS servers are specified on that machine?
Nov
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Nov
26
answered Bugzilla LDAP Configuration
Nov
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comment Should I worry about an Amazon AWS doomsday scenario?
@AndrewDomaszek - Thanks for that! I was trying to think of Eucalyptus' name but couldn't come up with it.
Nov
26
comment Should I worry about an Amazon AWS doomsday scenario?
@ChrisInCambo - It depends. If Amazon ended up with some kind injunction preventing your access to the service it probably wouldn't matter, from a legal perspective, if you were using a different account w/ different billing. That would be a Talk to a Lawyer(tm) moment, for sure. (I tend to think about worst-case scenarios and often rely on others to reign me back in and temper my visions of woe.)
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answered Should I worry about an Amazon AWS doomsday scenario?