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comment Direct Access on Server 2012
Thanks. Thats what I figured, but apparently I need more coffee. Going to put this on our "Why we should upgrade" whiteboard
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comment Rootkit scanning
Might be worth popping over to SuperUser as opposed to ServerFault.
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comment WDS Driver Installs Cause Error After Imaging
Personally, Id try using MDT (Microsoft Deployment Toolkit) in combination with WDS. MDT offers you a ton more control, and you can still access it by PXE booting with WDS. (In WDS, instead of using a standard install image, just use a boot image created by MDT) MDT can be configured with total control that allows for picture perfect deployments to every hardware type you can find drivers for. For instance, I just built an image on a Dell Precision T3500 (quad core Xeon developer desktop) I then turned around and built, using the same image, a Latitude E6500.
May
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comment Windows 7 - Network admin access to user login credentials?
I agree that is a well phrased version. I have a feeling that there has got to be a second level of encryption to access the payroll site. I find it hard to believe that when a user logs in to a domain computer using a domain username and password, they are automatically given access to their payroll. There are massive inherent security risk with that. If I were the sysadmin there, I would be scared for my job, because all it takes is one person saying that you logged into their payroll and change something, and BLAM, massive HR investigation....I digress...sorry. Scary.
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comment Windows 7 - Network admin access to user login credentials?
Supplemental, the domain admin could reset the password for the user's account, and login that way.
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