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answered Managing Exchange 2010 from Windows 2012
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comment Get-ADUser -Properties MemberOf returns nothing
Also, it might be helpful to point out that the Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership cmdlet exists. It'll return group objects instead of strings of the DNs of the groups that the object is a member of.
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comment Set NTP server on all AD members (old and newly connected) using w32tm or PowerShell?
@RyanRies You can use a WMI filter on the group policy to target the PDCe role like so: 'Select * from Win32_ComputerSystem where DomainRole=5'. The DomainRole=5 is only valid on DC holding the PDCe role. See msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394102(v=vs.85).aspx
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comment Server 2012 R2 Active Directory Domain SRV dns records suddenly disappeared
If you can't login to any of the domain controllers to accomplish any of these items, restarting the domain controller will also (in effect) accomplish #1 above. When the netlogon service starts it'll attempt to register all the _ SRV records it needs.
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comment Bare Metal Restoration of Child Domain (Active Directory Issue)
I think he's going to find that the domain controller he backup up and restored didn't/doesn't hold the RID master FSMO role. It's (typically) a domain-specific FSMO role, so unless he backed up and restored ALL of the domain controllers for that domain, there likely just isn't a domain controller in that domain holding the RID Master role currently. He should seize the RID (and all other FSMO roles) on the now separated domain/domain controller to get back up and running. That being said, I would not have recommended doing a domain migration this way.
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answered Why can a Domain Admin run a powershell cmd locally, but connecting over WinRM with the same account, command returns an UnauthorizedAccessException?
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comment How do I access a web server on a virtualbox from the host machine
VirtualBox has it's own DHCP server that handles virtual machines - otherwise virtual machines wouldn't automatically get an IP address without setting them statically. I think your problem might be that you're not having Apache listen on all interfaces - just localhost (127.0.0.1). Make sure that in /etc/apache2/sites-available/default the Listen directive says 80, not 127.0.0.1:80 per help.ubuntu.com/9.04/serverguide/C/httpd.html
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