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Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
12
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
12
accepted Has March 2015 Patch Tuesday broken 2003 shares?
Mar
12
awarded  Yearling
Mar
11
comment Has March 2015 Patch Tuesday broken 2003 shares?
Will try removing that update and see what happens.
Mar
11
comment Has March 2015 Patch Tuesday broken 2003 shares?
We have tried removing shares and re-adding. Removing and re-adding both NTFS and share permissions. Looking for spurious errors in event viewer. Blocking all GPOs in case there was a policy applied that shouldnt have been. Restarted servers and domain controllers. Flushing DNS caches. Interestingly, it seems to be ok when using the name, but not IP or FQDN. Next thing we will try is removing updates and removing/rejoin to domain.
Mar
11
asked Has March 2015 Patch Tuesday broken 2003 shares?
Mar
5
asked How to remotely manage 2012 R2 print server
Feb
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accepted Merge Live VMware hosts into existing vcenter
Feb
26
comment Merge Live VMware hosts into existing vcenter
So once added added to vCenter, I can power off the VM, and use the migrate option to "Change host and Datastore", and move it to a local store on one of the other hosts. Power it up to confirm working, then migrate to the SAN datastore? Sounds simpler than I had feared :D
Feb
26
comment Merge Live VMware hosts into existing vcenter
While the CPU difference would allow adding the host to the vCenter server, I thought I might need to use EVC to ensure that the VM can be powered up on a host with a different CPU. I think that may only apply to a different family though, so as they are the same family CPU, might not affect me.
Feb
26
comment Merge Live VMware hosts into existing vcenter
That's right. I want to free up the standalone server, so I can wipe it, install 5.5, and integrate without new vCenter datacentre.
Feb
26
asked Merge Live VMware hosts into existing vcenter
Dec
12
revised Link server 2012 account picture with active directory
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Dec
12
revised Link server 2012 account picture with active directory
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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