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Jan
16
comment Why gpupdate fails?
@BartłomiejZarzecki the result showed not apparent error. Just a denied GPO. It is the same in DC2 where there's no error. I couldn't paste the entire output, is there any specific part to look for?
Jan
14
asked Why gpupdate fails?
Nov
12
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
12
accepted What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
Oct
11
awarded  Self-Learner
Oct
11
revised What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
added the Event ID and details, as a reference
Oct
11
comment What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
@joeqwerty I don't think that was the case. I had a problem of a server that can't communicate with a DC, I found that it is communicating via an IP protocol that is not defined for the scope of our servers, so I disabled that. It wasn't random, it was based on a reasonable assumption, and I knew exactly what I altered and could reverse it if that was not the problem or if that caused another problem...
Oct
11
comment What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
@joeqwerty so when something bad happens, and I have a hypothesis, what approach other than experimenting should I take?!
Oct
10
awarded  Yearling
Oct
10
revised What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
Added the reason for the auto reboot
Oct
10
answered What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
Oct
10
comment What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
OK OK I returned IPv6.. Was just experimenting the effect...
Oct
10
awarded  Custodian
Oct
10
reviewed Approve What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
Oct
10
asked What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
Jul
12
revised How to get a list of all IP addresses (and ideally device names) on a LAN?
added iOS for it had a version
May
21
awarded  Constituent
May
21
awarded  Caucus
Mar
3
comment How is it possible for the Root Name Servers to handle all DNS requests?
53 countries? is it a coincidence or they chose it just like the DNS query port?? :D
Jan
2
comment -links option in find command
How would a file have multiple links?? The same data written on multiple files?? I see that many files have multiple links so it is commonly used!