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answered Response time measurements for IIS web application
Jul
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comment Windows server 2012 Domain Controller two NICs with different network profiles
I added a powershell method in my answer. I wonder if this is related to the DNS settings on your adapters ... can you try adding your internal DNS to eth1? There's some method of autodetect that must be assigning private profiles to your adapters based on "location" ...
Jul
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revised Windows server 2012 Domain Controller two NICs with different network profiles
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Jul
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comment Windows server 2012 Domain Controller two NICs with different network profiles
You want one NIC to use a public profile and one to use the domain profile ... that's exactly how you do it ... There's a GUID per NIC in the Profiles hive, and the Category Key sets the profile type. Pick the GUID that corresponds with your NIC, flip the bit, done. If that's not what you want to do, please update your question.
Jul
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comment Is running a TS (RDP) on a DC a very bad idea?
I almost flagged this response for ugly truth. Man that is depressing they didn't do a check for conflicting roles.
Jul
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answered Windows server 2012 Domain Controller two NICs with different network profiles
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Jul
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comment Stopping IIS websites permanently with PowerShell
So close .... ;-)
Jul
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comment Stopping IIS websites permanently with PowerShell
You can do it all through Powershell now! There's no need to create a UI for anything /s.
Jul
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comment Stopping IIS websites permanently with PowerShell
Not sure why you don't see it ... I have it on 2008R2 IIS7
Jul
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comment Stopping IIS websites permanently with PowerShell
See Peters post, Set-ItemProperty looks like what you want. I was oh so close ... ;-)
Jul
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comment Stopping IIS websites permanently with PowerShell
The autostart property is in the IIS Manager, right click on the web site -> "Manage Web Site" -> "Advanced Settings..." -> "Start Automatically"
Jul
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comment Stopping IIS websites permanently with PowerShell
Hmmmm ... :D I wonder if that just modifies it in memory ... Set-ItemProperty seems more canonical anyway. good catch!
Jul
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reviewed Reject and Edit Maximum speed of data transmission
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revised Maximum speed of data transmission
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Jul
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reviewed Approve Inconsistent nmap scan results
Jul
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comment ntdll.dll access violation error
"no file handle open" ... I assume you are expecting one then? This is a bit of a hard question to answer because the service code you are asking about was written only for you. I wonder if system libraries from 2003 were compiled in directly ... anyway, I don't think anyone will really be able to help apart from the person that wrote the code. Try expanding the procmon filter to include the ntdll.dll errors as well.
Jul
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answered Stopping IIS websites permanently with PowerShell
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comment Stopping IIS websites permanently with PowerShell
I assume Remove-Website is not what you want to do?