After migrate an RDS Broker server to another WS2019,
I had the same error and I remove the registry key of the host session server as mentionned by sHolliday,
HKLM\ SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\ Control\ Terminal Server\ WinStations\ RDP-Tcp
And it works again.
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 ...
In case anyone arrives here from a search engine, it is possible to create a mirror vDisk with just a single backing device. The workaround:
Create a new VHDX, dynamic, sized according to the disk you're planning to get (in case of a 4TB drive, I created a vhdx of 3.5TB)
Mount the VHDX and initialize it as GPT on disk management
Add the vhdx drive to the ...
Advanced Logging for older IIS systems is no longer supported and the link is officially dead from Microsoft. Get it from the Internet Archive instead (thankfully they have a mirror of the download still).
I've been looking for a solution to the problem during two days and it wasn't a gpo issue or a certificate either, it was the network policy I disabled it in the NPAS console and users could access to my Remote Apps, I hope this can help so cheers everyone
Not to necro this thread, but in case others run into this issue:
The issue (I believe) is that your script is located in a directory that lacks the required permissions. When you go to add your logon.bat to the logon settings in your GPO make sure to move the logon.bat to the folder that the "add" then "browse" button defaults to and not ...