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Copy+paste works for me, in both directions For example, to move a file from local --> remote, minimize Remote Desktop and copy the file on your local machine, then open Remote Desktop and paste the file.


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That's probably because you set your drive mapping as "Replace" instead of "Update" or "Create". If that's the case, then your assumption is correct: Replace will disconnect the drive, then map it again. So, I think you should update your group policies and set your drive mapping preferences as "Update" instead of &...


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I had a similar problem with Windows Servers (a mix from 2012 to 2019): VMware console is black, RDP connection is black and it even happened with a physical server (but only domain joined servers). No way to get into safe mode: always black. Server works OK, services run normally and can connect remotely with powershell and WindowsAdminCentre and my usual ...


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There are a lot of people complaining about being unable to rename a scheduled task. There is a reason for it. A scheduled task runs as some user, e.g.: Local Service (good) Network Service (good) System (bad) some process account manually created in Active Directory (bad) This means if your task needs to access some resources, you need to grant that user ...


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Yes, you're able to patch them. I would suggest installing all available updates.


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This problem has bugged me for years. I think I finally found a solution involving modifying the text of the ias.xml config file. I wrote a PS function that replaces the cert thumbprint in the xml file with the nps certificate's thumbprint. We run this function on the master server if the config file date in System32\ias is older than the cert's notbefore ...


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Try to add a firewall rule: netsh advFirewall Firewall add rule name="block PING IPv4" protocol=icmpv4:8,any dir=in action=block And make sure the firewall is enabled on the profile/adapter you are using. This can be done in the Firewall GUI, too: Open Advanced Firewall SnapIn > Inbound Rules > New Rule > Custom Rule (with "All ...


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Download pstools and extract the downloaded zip file. There will be an exe file with name psexec. open cmd.exe/command prompt with run as admin option. There you type below command. "psexec.exe /s /i cmd.exe" It will launch one more console window with system user as current user. From there you can run whatever commands you want with system user ...


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If the shell (exporer.exe, in this case) crashes, you can not login. So the real question is what is crashing the shell, and why From here: The Portable Device Enumerator Service enforces group policy for removable mass-storage devices It seems at least plausible for a crashing Portable Device Enumerator Service to bring down the shell. I would check what ...


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The WER (Windows Error Reporting) Service is designed to collect debug details about system and third-party software failures and report them to Microsoft servers. The files are deleted from the queue, when the upload ist complete. If the upload fails (for whatever reason), you can safely delete the folders contents to free up space. Note that many files ...


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There is nothing to add: just do it. CA seems to be unused, so there is no implications in removing it accordingly to referenced guide.


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I imagine it's technically possible to copy the AD database files off the non-working DC and seed a new DC with them during the promotion process, but you're definitely going to be fighting an uphill battle. You'd be better off to call MS Support, assuming that fixing this properly is worth approx $250. Assuming you've done the basics, which you have not ...


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Purchase and install Extended Security Updates. This grants you at most 22 more months, as the program is already in year 2 of 3. ESU also is required for support from Microsoft. Not having this would be a risk to mitigate.


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This is an old case but I wanted to record my trials and tribulations somewhere that might help someone in the future. I was working on a system where I had code on a handheld device communicating with a webservice on my local development PC. The handheld device was getting a HTTP Bad Request response from the web service so I installed Fiddler to see if I ...


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route -p add 172.16.0.0 mask 255.255.0.0 0.0.0.0 The destination (0.0.0.0) is the "unconfigured" ip address or a route to no where. The result, the host will not be able to communicate with anything in the private address block 172.16.0.0/16. If you have another route that is more specific in that same address range, the more specific route takes ...


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In my case, the problem was due to a corrupted DNS suffix, in the VPN Ethernet adapter. check your network settings. Control Panel --> Network and Sharing Center --> right click on the relevant Ethernet adapter --> Properties --> Internet Protocol version 4 --> Properties --> Advanced Try also:cmd -> ipconfig /flushdns


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I'm late to the party, but for anybody suffering from thesame problem : Remove Indefinitely from the duration and make it '1 day' This does not make any sense but solves your problem. Windows 2016 still has this problem.


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Mount the sysprep'd image as a VHD on a VM or if it's captured as a WIM them mount the WIM to a newly created empty directory Navigate to C:\Windows\Panther and update the XML file in-place Dismount the WIM file and save allowing it to be used again or else edit the XML file on the VHD directly allowing over-write This would resolve your issue.


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In the nested RDP session: Turn ON [NumLock] Press: SHIFT(any) + CTRL + ALT + End (num pad - under 1)


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I have been experiencing this issue on Windows Server 2012 R2, the machine hosts a scheduled task that is supposed to run every 15 minutes and is responsible for moving files off of an SFTP Server. The duplicate instance has been occurring for some time and I have only just been able to figure out a workaround. I wrapped my scheduled task in a PowerShell ...


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