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comment Windows 2012R2 seems to automatically download and install intermediate root certificates
@kce - it definitely wasn't there. That's why I built a brand new clean VM just to check my sanity.
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accepted Can I use the GroupPolicy PowerShell module on non-AD standalone servers?
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comment Can I use the GroupPolicy PowerShell module on non-AD standalone servers?
So...back to secedit or registry hacking with procmon to see what gets changed when using gpedit.msc then?
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comment Can I use the GroupPolicy PowerShell module on non-AD standalone servers?
I want to read and change local group policy settings, i.e. settings configured via the gpedit.msc MMC snap-in.
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comment How do I identify a volume in WMI from a volume name reported in the event log?
Indeed, but it does work a treat. Thanks.
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comment What is the significance of the @ prefix in logstash field names?
Thanks for the answer. I'm running the latest, but some config examples still use the @ prefix and I couldn't find any mention of it in the docs/elsewhere.