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comment How does Mezzanine network ports map to Blades Chasis?
As I've said already, @Zeeshan, the rest of the ports aren't available to an individual blade if you're using a passthrough I/O module. You need an active switch module for that. You might want to add your details above to your question. They'll be possible to format so that they're readable in the question and you can't do that in a comment.
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answered How to remove a Domain Controller from a Forest to a Single Domain
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comment Linux: productive sysadmins without root (securing intellectual property)?
In terms of prevention, NDAs only keep honest people honest, @MichaelMartinez - you still need them but it's hardly a case of 'get NDA signed, enjoy refreshing beverage of choice because job done'
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comment Linux: productive sysadmins without root (securing intellectual property)?
I agree TomTom, getting the signal to noise ratio right on security logs is an issue but you still need to log, I think. @Sobrique I would say, though, that 'evil sysadmins' are predominantly a hiring issue rather than a technology issue; you need to close both sides of the gap, so I would require 'best practice' day to day and improve hiring processes, consider '4 eyes' for true secret sauce stuff as Tim alluded to, as well as sift logs
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comment Powershell script, GPO logon script for homedrive
You might include some diagnostic info if you want help debugging the code . What is it doing instead of working? Could you be retrieving the username from env:username in a format that doesn't play well with get-aduser?
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comment Force Remove Group Policy Wifi Profiles
Help with working around network policies is off topic on Server Fault. Ask your network Administrator.
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answered Unable to start SQL server agent automatically
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comment Access Domain through Browser Works but Ping to the same Domain Fails
Ping isn't a magical network test. As useful as it is, it's only a test of whether or not ping works when all's said and done.
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comment How do I deal with a compromised server?
Thanks for spotting that @Ajedi32 - very much appreciated and it should now be a little better.
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comment How to create a Pre-Installed Windows 7 VHD
So what have you tried? There are plenty of guides out there for creating VM templates, sysprepping windows, etc. and this site generally expects people to make more of an effort than "I need to do x, tell me how." Which is how you're coming across right now I'm afraid.
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