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Yes, it is possible, using New-GPO command on powershell. On a modern Windows 10 client with rsat tools installed and also adding Module: grouppolicy in powershell. You can execute commands to administer and modify a domain from a client, that's what rsat is for. You don't need to do this tasks from a server. Yet I can't tell if this modern powershell ...


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use powershell: check for the Primaryname on your Microsoft DNS Server: Get-WmiObject -Namespace 'root\MicrosoftDNS' -Class MicrosoftDNS_AType -Filter "IPAddress = 'xx.xx.xx.xx (IP)'" -ComputerName mydnsservername get all cnames for that host from your Microsoft DNS server: Get-WmiObject -Namespace 'root\MicrosoftDNS' -Class MicrosoftDNS_CNAMEType -...


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Since the server login screen is desingned to keep anyone without working credentials from shutting it down or do other potentially harmful stuff, no you can not. But you should always be able to login remotely with a user that is allowed to do so. It doesn't even have to be the (RDP) console, just RPC permission are enought for shutdown -r -f -m <MACHINE&...


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To do this manually, download the file http://ctldl.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/authrootstl.cab (updated twice a month). Using any archive program (i.e. 7-Zip, or Windows Explorer) unpack authrootstl.cab to get the authroot.stl file from within. Right click on the authroot.stl file in windows explorer and click on "Install ...


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Your Win2K3 server is authoritative for the example.com zone, so when a request comes in for something in abc.example.com, it's going to see that it is an authority, look to its zone records, probably not find a match, and return NXDOMAIN to the client. You need to first make your authoritative domain understand that it is not authoritative for the abc....


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I'd tried most of the above after an annoying file causing fault on backups each night this week. Stumbled on this and tried a few extra things but still couldn't find what was locking it mind. If it helps anyone else, in this case there was a ".TMP" file in a shared folder. One user had an excel sheet in the folder open, another just had the ...


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