3

Have you tried things like this? If that doesn't work, do it the same way you set up whitelist based sandboxes... clone it to a lab environment, then remove things you probably don't need, and run your tests. Does it still work? Then you don't need it, even if it is explicitly documented that it needs it. But "works" is different from "appears to work but ...


3

We had to uninstall and re-install the Client for Microsoft Networks to solve the issue. Found the solution here: https://www.pntbrother.com/fix-the-workstation-driver-is-not-installed-windows-server-2003-active-directory/ "Go to “Control Panel“, and click “Network Connections“. Right-click your current network adapter, and click “Properties“. (Could be a ...


3

As you're being somewhat vague (or at least in-precise) on what updates you're going to do, I'll make some broad blanket statements that will hopefully answer your question. For windows updates on Servers You can generally safely postpone the updates indefinitely, not taking into regard that it is not safe to have your system be behind in security, ...


1

There isn't an easy way to find this information such as running a script or installing a third party program that will run a report. The best route is to: Identify Application to be tested and gather requirements Replicate any backend data such as cloning the database Bring up parallel server or virtual machine meeting the requirements from item #1 ...


1

If your update is finally selected for installation, you will find additional entries in the windowsupdate.log Updates to download = 1 Title = Some text description of the update UpdateId = {19a3a735-8458-4b6c-baa8-eef88e4058cf}.201 Otherwise, for a local WSUS server maybe an approach such as How to get a list of every WSUS update using PowerShell ...


1

Just to be clear, is the problem with ADUC or ADAC? A patch in December broke ADAC and needs to be uninstalled to restore ADAC functionality. The bad patches include KB 3205394 for Windows 7 and KB 3206632, KB 3205386 for Windows 10. FMI: http://www.infoworld.com/article/3155264/microsoft-windows/december-windows-security-patches-crash-active-directory-...


1

Cleaner probably to install WSUS. You can then use the WSUS powershell module to do this. This script looks at locally installed updates, connects to WSUS, then approves those updates for a specific group in WSUS: $servername = <ip of WSUS> $port = "8530" $groupname = <name of server group> # Import Libraries [void][reflection.assembly]::...


1

I'm pretty sure this is what you are looking for. Run on server2 first to get your list of KB numbers, then run of server 3 and pass those KB numbers in.


1

Just to clarify, this is a question about BigFix relevance, not BigFix ActionScript. I will say, that although BigFix relevance has a bit of a learning curve and makes the source of the complexity hard to figure out sometimes, the issues you are experiencing have more to do with the complexities of how files can have many different types of version ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible