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Windows will only use KMS for activation if the appropriate KMS client setup key for your operating system is installed. There is a single KMS client setup key for each version of Windows that is used by all KMS clients, worldwide, that are running that version. It is not specific to your organization. The appropriate KMS client license key will be ...


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After the upgrades I went over to my Active Directory to check the functional level and it still says Windows Server 2008 R2. The Domain and Forest functional levels aren't raised simply by installing Domain Controllers of a later OS version. You need to specifically and directly raise both. You can raise both to whatever level is supported by your ...


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Domain (and Forest) functional levels are never automatically upgraded. Upgrading OSes and prepping the schema with newer versions just gives you the option to do so. Also, the DFL/FFL setting has no bearing on client compatibility, only domain controllers. It's simply a mechanism to allow you to enable newer AD features. The Forest and Domain Functional ...


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I think there are two questions here. Trusting an acquired company is usually problematic, and you're definitely in VPN territory. If you create accounts for them in your forest, that would obviate the need for a trust to access your application. How they get network access is a separate worm can. If it's only for SQL Server, it's possible to access SQL ...


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Microsoft recommends joining the Hyper-V host to a domain. You certainly can join it to the domain of the guest DC. Hyper-V itself does not need the DC for any Hyper-V related functions. Hyper-V will happily run and start any and all VM's without having access to the DC, so there is no chicken or egg scenario. The domain join process is completed before ...


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Your server config contains overlapping virtual hosts. All your hosts are named Demo.Server and all of them use the same IP/port definition. This way, only the first one is recognized, the rest are not. Also, your question includes Tomcat servers listening on ports 8080 and 8081, which suggest HTTP, yet you have Jk configured, which is used for AJP. ...


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