This is your misunderstanding:
\shared disk folder
Actually it looks like this:
\root of volume#1
\junction to root of volume#2
\root of volume#2
The root directory of a volume doesn't inherit permissions from a parent folder, because it doesn't have a parent folder. Mounting the ...
You have installed it on the local machine but not correctly in IIS, you need to go to IIS settings and import there as well. Depending on what you are trying to do, need more information on what you are trying to accomplish but I would assume your next step is adding it in IIS for website/adfs or something of the sort that communicates externally.
You can't do it.
The newest IIS (v10 - on Server 2019) lets you choose "Disable Legacy TLS" on a per-binding level, but the version you have cannot do it.
Realistically, there are only two ways to do what you want:
Upgrade to Windows Server 2019
Set up an edge reverse proxy to handle SSL termination for your website and send it back to your main server. ...
The issue appears to have been resolved with Microsoft security patches deployed around the 3rd week of November. I suspect the initial patch was to address security issues but caused problems with Integrated Windows Authentication. These were resolved with later patches, however in Windows 10, the FQDN of the web site using Integrated Windows Authentication ...
Turns out, even mix of virtual and actual users works! The guide is for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, but should work on other Linuxes as well, although the file locations may change.
So, one way of doing it is this:
Create an appropriate directory on your CIFS server and set a single AD user with proper rights on it (eg. unix_server_user@domain).
Mount the CIFS share ...
0x80090311 occurred while using Kerberos authentication
You can get this specific error when you connect to a standalone computer because Kerberos is only available for domain members.
Please check on both computers that you have a common authentication method.
On the client computer:
Get-ChildItem -Path WSMan:\localhost\Client\Auth
On the target ...
I asked the support center of BUFFALO and got an answer to resolve this problem.
The procedure is as follows:
In the NAS config, change the NAS to a WORKGROUP member once.
Change the NAS's name to an arbitrary one as you like.
Shutdown and Boot the NAS
Make the NAS participate in the AD domain again.
The domain controller recognizes the NAS as a new name ...
There are various reasons why you might get the this update is not applicable for your computer message.
The update is mismatched to the version of Windows or the computer architecture, e.g., attempting to install a Windows 7 update on Windows 10 or a 32-bit update on 64-bit Windows. Check this first, because it is easy.
The update is already installed, or ...
There are two methods (of which I am aware) to achieve this.
First (the easiest), you can add the desired accounts to the scope-specific seuciry group "Remote Management Users" group (the domain group if looking to access domain controllers, or the local group if looking to access a member server or workstation).
Alternatively, you can either register a ...
I've noticed similar behavior on various servers over the years... I've found that adding the following registry modification on the remote server, allows me to extend the default 60 second RDP timeout and the account will then login:
LogonTimeout REG_DWORD Decimal: ...
It does not surprise me that client certificates no longer work that use SHA1. Client certificates is a feature in IIS that really never took off and Microsoft is not spending a lot of time on it anymore. Edge browser accounts for about 5% of the Browser market share and chrome never supported PIV. PIV authentication within a browser has been replaced with ...
Boot in restore mode and try a fixboot.
At that point I would start to think to install a new OS and restore the data to the fresh OS.
If you have a systemstate backup of the 2008, please know that you need a fresh 2008 to restore it onto.
For your next time please remember that you dont have to get pirated keys. You buy a 2019, and you use your ...
A VPN has been traditionally handled by the end user using a firewall at both locations to create a site to site VPN. You can use a Sonicwall, Fortigate, Windows Server or similar to establish a VPN connection. You can also use a SDN provided by your ISP for example, you can use Comcast's ActiveCore SDN where the ISP provides not only internet access but ...
The original question didn't specify whether the policy on the domain accounts should be applied at a domain level or on a specific local machine.
See @Massimo's answer for making a domain group policy.
For anyone who wants to apply this as a local policy on your Windows 10 Pro (not Home) machine,
Open the Local Security Policy editor by ...