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Dec
11
comment Link server 2012 account picture with active directory
Interestingly, when I look in the users profile, appdata, roaming, microsoft, windows, account pictures, I can see a single image there and it is the image I set as the new display picture. However, on the start menu, it still shows the default image. Not sure why this image isn't being applied.
Dec
11
comment Link server 2012 account picture with active directory
Thanks for that. Yes I must admit, I had come across many tools that do this. I was hoping for a more integrated solution, but obviously if they are not linked then that isn't really feasible. Out of interest, do you know where the 2012 account image is stored? We use central profile disks, so I would like to think they are stored in the user profile? I need to figure out why they do not persist after a log out.
Dec
11
asked Link server 2012 account picture with active directory
Nov
20
accepted Using AirPort DHCP relay agent info to assign IP by policy from server 2012
Nov
20
answered Using AirPort DHCP relay agent info to assign IP by policy from server 2012
Nov
18
accepted Store scheduled tasks in user profile
Nov
17
comment Store scheduled tasks in user profile
Yes it's a tricky one, as half the reason we are heavily investigating in the idea of a farm, is to provide some high availability. Should anything happen to that one server, a farm allows them to continue working as normal.
Nov
17
asked Store scheduled tasks in user profile
Nov
7
comment Using AirPort DHCP relay agent info to assign IP by policy from server 2012
Thanks Joe. I think my solution is to enable relay-agent on the port the AirPort is connected to on our Cisco switch. Then set a subscriber ID, and use that to set a DHCP policy. Once I have tested, I will add as an answer.
Nov
6
asked Using AirPort DHCP relay agent info to assign IP by policy from server 2012
Oct
23
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
18
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
30
comment Add multi monitor option to remote desktop web access
Hi Michael, thanks for that answer. I will try to find time to try it out and check it works. I assume what it is doing, is replacing a checkbox for one option (which you say is broken and will never work) with a checkbox that controls multimon?
May
20
accepted Moving X400 address to user's new mailbox, internal NDR
May
16
comment Moving X400 address to user's new mailbox, internal NDR
Ah yes of course, this will certainly work. I was just trying to fully move it over now, so that if the old mailbox has to be completely removed, I didn't have to revisit this issue. Perhaps I will leave that for if/when that solution is needed. Please feel free to add the above as an answer and I will mark it so.
May
15
comment Moving X400 address to user's new mailbox, internal NDR
It would be nice, but I don;t think that works as the internal addressing used by exchange is not the SMTP address, it is the X400 address. This means that anyone who has previously typed the address has an autocomplete entry which will no longer work, as it will be pointing to the x400 address ont he old mailbox.
May
14
asked Moving X400 address to user's new mailbox, internal NDR
Mar
18
comment Recycle Bin for Network Share
Thanks all. Just did some testing with VSS in my test environment, and it works exactly as I had hoped. It's fantastic, and I feel ashamed for not having looked at it sooner!!
Mar
18
accepted Recycle Bin for Network Share