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Windows share not respecting NTFS permissions?

You miss the setting "Enable access-based enumeration" on the second share properties. It's a per-share settings. See that as an example;
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Explaining "Apply Once and never apply again" in plain English

I can confirm the following happens after you change a file in the Unique ID source location on the Domain Controller but do not do anything else (i.e. un-tick/re-tick Apply Once) *when using the ...
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What are the implications of exceeding 4 GB in a Windows Event Log?

There are plenty of reports (1,2,3) that even under Windows Vista / Server 2008 and beyond, the 'classic' event logs (Application, Security, System and a few others) can still cause memory exhaustion ...
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Service with startup type automatic doesn't start after reboot

The Microsoft Windows Service Control Manager controls the state (i.e., started, stopped, paused, etc.) of all installed Windows services. By default, the Service Control Manager will wait 30,000 ...
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Domain Controller thinks its on a Public Network

I had a similar event on a stand-alone 2016 Active Directory DS server. Server showed in a Public network. The initial symptom was that DNS lookups would fail against this server using NSLookup. ...
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Domain Controller thinks its on a Public Network

Implementation of marsh-wiggle's excellent answer in Ansible: - name: Set dependencies of NLA service ansible.windows.win_service: name: nlasvc dependencies: - DNS - NTDS ...
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Send Ctrl-Alt-Del to nested RDP session

In case someone finds this via a Windows 10 server setup where the OSK doesn't have an END key, I was also able to replicate this by enabling the full OSK keyboard under settings in the first nested ...

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