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Run NETDOM QUERY FSMO to see the status. If the Schema role is unavailable or associated with a system no longer available, you may need to seize it. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/troubleshoot/windows-server/identity/transfer-or-seize-fsmo-roles-in-ad-ds


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From a command prompt on the server run the following and confirm that the server knows where the FSMO role holder is: netdom query FSMO Verify that the server is configured correctly for DNS. If it's the only Domain Controller/DNS Server in the domain then it should be using itself for Primary DNS and using 127.0.0.1 for Secondary DNS. Rerun adprep /...


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You have the zone replication configured as AD replicated to all DNS servers running on Domain Controllers in the domain. The second server is not a Domain Controller. That's the problem.


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It is now supported on Windows Server 2019 (version 1709) and later. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install-on-server


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I'd look into what could cifs not like in that vzdump-qemu-100-2021_05_16-00_00_03.vma.zst file. Is the file created on remote volume ? It is empty of partially copied ? Is the size of the file supported by the remote filesystem or by cifs protocol ? Aslo if the file is usable by rsync : Is the file accessible for the user running rsync (file rights, file ...


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The effect you're seeing on write - fast at first and then breaking in - is Windows's write cache. It fills available memory (fast) and when that's exhausted you see the real hardware speed. RAID controllers without cache suck at writing, especially the HPE ones. On-board (host) RAID is really bad but low-end E-type controllers aren't really that much better....


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If you're running a Server OS then you should be using a domain account and the server should be setup properly. That being said, you can use the gpresult /R command to output the group policies that are applied to the command line, or you can use gpresult /H results.html to output the policies to an HTML file.


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Microsoft edge browser need to install to fix this problem https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge/business/download


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Two options: You exclude files that do have fulltext content from deduplication, like pdf, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, htm, html, etc. Those are often not the very big files. At least in our office, where the big files are photoshop and CAD. So dedup happens to the big files, search to the text containing files. You create a .vhdx, mount it and have your files ...


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WIM - Windows Imaging Format. Make your golden image however you'd like, capture it, deploy as desired. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Imaging_Format If you find out that you need to support disparate hardware, you can also use DISM to inject the extra drivers.


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