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If you're able to RDP to your server, you should be able to open notepad and from there use the file open dialog to copy/paste files from your local machine directly to the server. If you have local drives mapped through the RDP options, then you'll see any local drives appear as well. I tend to do it this way simply because it's a lot easier.


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https://support.microsoft.com/en-US/rss-feed-picker Select a product, get the RSS or Atom feed for its updates. Repeat for all products you are interested in.


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With newer OpenSSL versions this all can be done on a single command line without the need to create a configuration file. The option -addext was also added to the req command For a full list of possible values for the extended key usage take a look into the config manual. A full example: openssl req -x509 -nodes -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout key.pem -out server....


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If this server is running 2012 Standard, rather than 2012R2, then there isn't an in-place upgrade path to Server 2019. Windows Server can typically be upgraded through at least one, and sometimes even two, versions. For example, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016 can both be upgraded in-place to Windows Server 2019. https://docs.microsoft.com/...


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It is safe to remove Active Directory Certificate Services. If you don't use it for any certifications you can remove it. We have removed it in our company recently when we changed our Domain Controllers and DHCP server, and everything is working just fine.


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On the General tab of the DNS server properties what is the replication type set to? If it's set to Active Directory-Integrated then that's why.


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A way to overcome this is to: Disable everything except TLS 1.0 in server protocols in IISCrypto. Don't touch client protocols. Since Edge doesn't allow TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 by default, apply the following which will stop working in version 91 in a few months. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Edge] "SSLVersionMin"="tls1" ...


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DHCP requests get contained in the same broadcast domain as the client, so somehow your clients requests are reaching the Avaya DHCP server and its replies are being picked up before the Windows server. DHCP requests and replies are broadcast so will be recieved by any device whatever IP address and subnet mask you have set. It is not sufficient to have a ...


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I bet your logical drive is MBR-partioned, limiting partitions to 2 TB. Right-click the disk and change the scheme to GPT. After that you should have no difficulties with larger partitions.


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What is the version of your .Net framework? If you upgrade exchange 2013 to CU23, you should install .Net framework 4.8 then to upgrade to CU23. Could you download the exchange 2013 cu23 install file in microsoft blog and check if this issue continues? As Vick Vega has replied above, you could follow the guidance and run install exe again.


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I don't think it's a Kerberos issue. Funny enough, Kerberos isn't used for RDP. But RDP uses TLS for security. A CN in the certificate is a server FQDN (in terms of a domain). So, when you connect to alias, an (alias) name you're connecting to doesn't match a (real) name in the certificate and system says "the computer is not the one you specified"....


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In-case someone has this for Server 2016/2019, I had to do the following to set via the Task Scheduler GUI: In the Change User or Group... dialog, change From this location to Entire Directory Set Object Types to just Service Accounts (this option will only appear if on a domain location) Used Advanced to find the gMSA account, or type just the name without ...


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one of these things that you do once a year and forget. Since this is top result I'll leave this here; So issue for me is that I'm using a self signed server cert to auth meraki 802.1x, PEAP refuses to do any auth with expired cert (and empty subject in actual cert) it expires once a year and needs renewing (from iis is by far quickest). once new one is in ...


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I use the following method to achieve the desired result: $T = New-ScheduledTaskTrigger -AtStartup $RT = New-ScheduledTaskTrigger -Once -At 7am -RepetitionDuration (New-TimeSpan -Days 1) -RepetitionInterval (New-TimeSpan -Minutes 1) $T.Repetition = $RT.Repetition


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I am a CCIE, the answer to your question depends on the topology and your business parameters. In fact, where most people leverage HSRP or VRRP you can probably get away with just distributing multiple default gateways via DHCP. Failure can be a little more seamless via HSRP or VRRP and if any stateful devices in the path also happen to record or track the ...


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