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Jun
16
comment How to access a machine with a wrong network address?
@user2320464 what keys? any clue??
Jun
15
comment How to access a machine with a wrong network address?
the admin user is -strangely enough- not cached.. interrogated the admin and got his password and previous passwords, but all returned a password error..
Jun
15
comment How to access a machine with a wrong network address?
@Koliat they user that can login has no elevated privileges unfortunately...
Jun
14
comment How to access a machine with a wrong network address?
I agree.. just wanted to exhaust all options until I can ship the damn thing back...
Jun
14
comment How to access a machine with a wrong network address?
the problem is that .10 is our other site, If I routed traffic anywhere other than the tunnel, it will not reach the tunnel and we'll be cut!
Jun
14
comment How to access a machine with a wrong network address?
how to route it? If I changed the IP to .10 I cannot see the other site...
Jun
14
comment How to access a machine with a wrong network address?
Unfortunately, sending objects is off the table right now..
Jun
14
comment How to access a machine with a wrong network address?
unfortunately, shipping right now is off the table :(
Jan
16
comment Why gpupdate fails?
@BartłomiejZarzecki It's worth mentioning that the denied GPO was another empty GPO, not the one that was added. The same result (including the denied GPO) is in DC2's report after a successful gpupdate...
Jan
16
comment Why gpupdate fails?
@Craig620 No, not to the Domain Controllers OU. And also computers OU is missing! I'm applying it to two OUs that contains those users, assuming those users will have these privileges on all computers they login to!
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?
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
comment What's wrong with my Exchange Server?
OK OK I returned IPv6.. Was just experimenting the effect...
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!
Nov
27
comment What is the difference between Windows Server 2008 Enterprise and Standard edition?
Now in 2012 that link provides no useful information regarding Windows Server 2008!
Oct
30
comment Linux - How to manage the password of root?
Actually I like Ubuntu's approach: root has no password!
Oct
8
comment Test if an IP is being used in an internal network without using nmap
@joeqwerty You are right, by switched network I meant TCP/IP and that was wrong. Sometimes I forget that there are other than TCP/IP :)
Oct
8
comment Test if an IP is being used in an internal network without using nmap
I think arp is by default found on almost all devices that are able to communicate in a switched network. i.e. you'll find it already installed on most devices AFAIK..