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Download Windows Server 2008 R2 Evaluation ISO from Microsoft: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=11093 and extract the files you need.


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The POST is done by the user's browser. If Apache's access logs show you that the request is coming from the same system, then maybe some other software is the first in line on that system, like eg. a webcache as Varnish, or HaProxy. Check if the header X-Forwarded-For contains the user's IP address. If you want to protect Wordpress from hacking, which ...


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That's because your data is lost. A RAID 5 can only tolerate one drive failure. If four drives failed, there is nothing left to do but replace them and restore from backup.


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I suspect your two-way trust might be the problem here. I can't think of a way to "hide" a trusted domain name even with the jiggery-pokery with CNAMEs. You may notice a different result if you use FQDNs. What happens when you try "OLD.TEST.TLD"? I'd expect that to hit the new location. Perhaps. Here's something to try: set up your CNAMEs ...


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I suffered from the exact same problem as described in the original post after Windows Update KB4557957 installed itself. The fix was to Uninstall the update then reinstall the Windows Search component by running the following PowerShell command as "Admin". Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.Windows.Search | foreach { Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode ...


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For me reinstalling the Windows Search Component solved the same error. To do so open PowerShell as Administrator and execute: Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.Windows.Search | foreach { Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml" }


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