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comment Stop server from loading user profiles
Where can I find the "Set roaming profile path for all users logging onto this computer" in W 2003 R2? Google says it is a group policy, there is some way to set it up in our servers (which are not domain controllers but clients from the parent network)?
Dec
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comment Stop server from loading user profiles
Interesting, yet Helge's solution is better because it will avoid the server having to download the profile. Upvoted you anyway, thanks.
Dec
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comment Stop server from loading user profiles
Your first part is more what I had in mind. Deleting unused profiles is not the solution because IT users do periodically log in, we do not have enough space for all of the profiles of the current IT staff.
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accepted Strategies/tools for controlling spending in printing
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comment Strategies/tools for controlling spending in printing
A mix, multifunction are used for the more demanding places.
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comment Strategies/tools for controlling spending in printing
I'll check it, thanks
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comment Strategies/tools for controlling spending in printing
I'll check it, thanks
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comment Strategies/tools for controlling spending in printing
I am more for the log solution; in our bussiness strict quotas are risky (if the patients sheets with the details for drugs or diet do not come properly due to IT policies, shit will happen). In order to restrict, I would need to allow for documents from certains origins to be "free".
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comment Strategies/tools for controlling spending in printing
Does not this situation degrade? As users see that they can print personal documents and nothing never happens...
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May
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comment 2700 Connection and 100% CPU with Apache?
Ok it was not clear that it was a change in a server already working, by your question I thougt you had just setup a new server.
May
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comment 2700 Connection and 100% CPU with Apache?
The first issue is: what does your server do? If it is just serving static content, or very simple pages (for example adding two number passed as parameters), then a 100% might be excessive. If it is crunching a lot of data from the DB, or generating ray-tracing images for your users, then it is not a surprise if it has that heavy load. Also there are configuration issues (http vs. https, user management, and so on) and programming issues (there is an infinite loop somewhere in your code?).... Separate webserver and database, find out what is eating CPU, check if it is working as it should
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