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Windows DNS - Reverse resolution not working for public IPs

You wrongly assume this is a problem with your DNS. Reverse DNS is always done at level of a /24 - no way to do it lower - and it is your provider's responsibility to provide proper reverse mapping. ...
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Challenging Multiple Domain Controller Upgrade Questions (parent and child)

Those are many questions. And please do not use "parent" and "child" references in a multi-master domain model like active directory. There is no such thing; there are DCs in ...
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IIS -- procedure to ensure new version of deployed web app is the one actually used

Since you are working on ASP.NET 4.x (and ASP.NET Core), the most convenient way is to use app_offline.htm to trigger a full reload the web contents, and Microsoft has it well documented in, https://...
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IIS -- procedure to ensure new version of deployed web app is the one actually used

Recycling (i.e. restarting) the application pool should be enough for it to pick up the newly deployed files. This can be easily done with PowerShell: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/...
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What are the default settings for the "Default Domain Controller Policy"?

The information you are looking for is below: SOURCE: http://www.sysadminlab.net/windows/restore-default-domain-policy-and-default-domain-controller-gpo-settings-to-default
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What are the default settings for the "Default Domain Controller Policy"?

Since you want to manually double-check each entry anyways, you can look at the "Explain" tab in Group Policy Management Editor to see the default setting for domain controllers and check ...
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Removing MediaAdmin and ServerAdmin managed server accounts in Active Directory

My understanding of ServerAdmin (and you should be able to check this) is the account is a group Managed Service Account gMSA) and should be found in that location. In Essentials, it needs to be part ...
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