I did find a way to do this. Hopefully this helps someone else looking for the same information.
On the server, open a powershell then enter this command:
Get-SmbSession | Select-Object -Property ClientComputerName,ClientUserName,Dialect
For more verbose output:
Get-SmbSession | Select-Object -Property *
LIveMigration is required to avoid service interruption in you case. To enable LiveMigration and/or automatic failover you need domain joined WSFC (domain independent cluster doesn't support LiveMigration) and shared storage.
I can suggest the following cost-effective design:
1) Upgrade license to Windows Server Standard (you need it to license AD VM on ...
You tagged your question credentials, so if you need to supply a SecureString as a parameter somewhere, you should use the Get-Cred command.
To get just a simple string, use Read-Host.
However, I personally find scripts that use Read-Host and Write-Host (and even Get-Cred) to be painful to use. You SHOULD be writing scripts to accept parameters. Then your ...
Thanks for the clarification, the function you need to enable and configure to do this is called 'admission control' within the HA service. Basically it'll stop you adding in more VM resources than the cluster could handle in the event of a certain number of host failures.
Click start, then from your username/icon in the top right corner you can choose "sign out". The power button has "disconnect, shut down, restart", your user button has "lock, sign out".
If the version of windows you're using doesn't have that icon, open a command or powershell window and type logoff
It is possible with port forwarding or address mapping, which allows the VPN traffic to pass through your router.
Here is the similar discussion - https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/ie/en-US/b3c0ca4f-d3ee-4b76-85e7-58ad23258bf2/vpn-server-behind-router-issues?forum=winserverPN
P.S. some routers allow to configure VPN server directly on the router
This is an asymmetric routing problem: when a packet comes to the server through the Teltonika gateway and the server sends back an answer through the same Teltonika gateway, this works correctly; but if the server uses another default gateway, when a packet comes in through the Teltonika the server sends its answer through the other gateway (and its ...
I only have access to one Windows Server, but managed to rehearse the 'server won't boot but can only fully read user files from Server Backup via 'Windows Backup tool' on a server' conundrum by downloading an evaluation copy of Server 2019 Essentials from the Microsoft Evaluation Center and spinning up that 6-month trial copy in a Virtual Machine (in my ...
This is your problem:
Remove access to use all Windows Update features **Disabled**
Contrary to all common sense, this setting disables access to Windows Update if it is configured, regardless of whether it is set to Enabled or to Disabled.
Set it to Not Configured and your problem should go away.
On Windows Server 2016, you can make the change ...
Does it mean that MS SQL Server 2017 Express Database meet attack?
It looks like it, yes.
How can I fix the problems?
Block access to your SQL server from the internet. Why is it exposed to the internet?
That’s not what the Windows screenshot says. Windows sees a single disk (plus your CD), which has been partitioned for booting windows, plus a data partition, with 1.7 TB of space not assigned to partitions yet. You “can’t” initialize the empty space since the disk is already initialized and partitioned, but you can surely extend your D partition or create a ...
It looks like Microsoft is aware of the issue and has released an updated Docker image to correct the issue. See the link below for more information:
One of the things about IPv6 is that it's expected an interface may have more than one. My laptop currently has 4 right now, for instance. Certain devices, like user endpoints, are expected to regularly hop around inside their /64. Servers, though, aren't.
You can assign static addresses to server assets. They auto-assign themselves additional dynamic ones, ...
I would recommend you getting familiar with Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-server-update-services/get-started/windows-server-update-services-wsus.
Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) enables you to deploy the latest Microsoft product updates. You can use WSUS to fully manage ...
Welcome to the Internet! Whenever you put a server facing the Internet, you are extremely lucky if you don't get some sort of brute-force attacks within 20 minutes. There are all kind of bots scanning through the whole public IP address space for 1) various vulnerabilities and 2) weak passwords in login forms.
The real solution is to adjust your SIEM not to ...
You can use Network Policy Server (NPS). It's a feature of Windows, you can add it to any Windows Server, Network Policy and Access Services (NPAS) feature. You can then add policies to connected clients, for example to make some checks if they are fully patched.
You can continue to use Windows 2016 Server RAS of course.
I had used it effectively in the past,...
Your server is running MS SQL, and you are trying to connect to it using MySQL client.
MySQL and MS SQL are different products, and you cannot use tools designed for MySQL to access MS SQL server.
You need to use MS SQL client to access your MS SQL server.
Is your server directly exposed to the internet? It's not a common practice anymore. Usually there is a load balancer or reverse proxy in front of it these days. If there is, that's what the SSL labs scan is hitting and that's where you need to disable TLS 1.0 and 1.1.
Zentyal doesn't have Failover Cluster listed as a supported feature. You can try installing Active Directory and use Zentyal as an additional one.
You can do this with system.run key using Powershell.
First you need to put in your agent configuration file EnableRemoteCommands=1. After that you need to restart the "Zabbix Agent" service.
Next step is just create new item with parameters:
Type: Zabbix agent
Key (ex. cmd): system.run[powershell.exe -nolog -command "(Get-Process -Name cmd ...
I found the solution, it was a stupid thing.
The hosts had several NIC for network access to different VLANs.
Some of the NIC where mapped to a Virtual Switch, and some of them were shared with the OS ('Allow management operating system to share this network adapter').
I noticed the SMB packet often used the wrong interface (DMZ), and of course the ...
Found an issue with a Group Policy setting which was set to enabled.
Computer Configuration\Policies\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Settings\User Account Control: Only elevate executables that are signed and validated
Set this to disabled and ran the installer again and ran without 2503 or 2502 errors.
In Remote Desktop Connection, you need to ensure that Local Resources > Remote Audio > Settings > Remote Audio Playback is set to Play on this computer.
On the server, you need to ensure that audio redirection is not disabled in group policy: Computer > Administrative Templates > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host > Device and Resource ...
Ok, finally figured it out! This is caused by FSRM (File Server Resource Manager) and seems to only affect Server 2019, and is most definitely a bug. To fix, you don't have to uninstall FSRM, but you do have to make sure there are no screens setup on the volume containing the junction (C: in cases for SYSVOL), and then reboot the server
FSRM is something ...
Yes you can. You simply need to add those DNZ zones on your DNS server. Any DNS clients using your DNS server and querying for those domains will get answers from your DNS servers zones.
Note that this has no bearing on anything other than the clients that use your DNS server.
Try CTRL-SHIFT-ESC instead of ALT. That directly opens Task Manager instead of going through the CTRL-ALT-DEL screen first.
Works for me on a nested core RDP session as long as both sessions are configured to send Win key combos to the remote session.