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comment Which ports to open for Hyper-V
~9600 for DT Product licenses VS hardware storage... I think software win!
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comment Which ports to open for Hyper-V
As I can understand we will spent less money for DT Availability product then building hardware storage for this two servers?
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comment Reset local Certificate Revocation List (CRL) manual
@Mark Arnot If I want to force the OS to load the new CRL before "Next update" period I need to reset the local CRL.
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comment Reset local Certificate Revocation List (CRL) manual
@Mark Arnott the link you provided, describe the certificate revocation behavior, but in my case I want to reset the local cash for the the CRL. When OS verify the revocation status it load CRL from Crl Distribution Point in user certificate and CASH the CRL until "Next update" period in CRL.
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comment Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) best practice for clustering
No. AD LDS is not the same as AD
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comment Which ports to open for Hyper-V
@Chopper3 Thanks. I will look at possibility to do it over private/dark-fibre links