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JeremyW
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Last Activity: 24th May 2017, 20:29
Joined: 15th May 2006
Location: Baltimore, MD metro area
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  • JeremyW
    replied to Powershell Remote Pre-Staging to wds
    Also note that if you have multiple adapters that match the query Get-WmiObject Win32_NetworkAdapter -Filter "netenabled = true" then your variable would be an array of GUIDs and not a string. So you may need to do some additional filtering....
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  • Not exactly true. nslookup does take care of this for us and that is why we get results when running the command without specifying the root. The issue comes when there is a result from the search list that you don't necessarily want. The list gets quired first before appending the root so if there...
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  • For fun, if you want to see exactly what nslookup does, use the d2 switch. e.g.
    Code:
     nslookup -d2 www.google.com 8.8.8.8
    This will spit out a ton of info and you will see the exact queries that are run....
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  • nslookup will automatically append the DNS suffix list to the queries and will return the first response. If you want it to not use the suffix you can either specify a dot ( . ) at the end of the DNS name or use the -nosearch parameter. e.g.
    Code:
    nslookup www.google.com. 8.8.8.8
    ...
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  • The hyphen in the domain name will have no effect on how long it will take to deliver the message. I'm not sure what you mean by "...or with mx record."
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  • Can you post some screen shots? I don't know how it would be "adding into the removed DC."
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  • I would check with the hosting company. A while ago I had a client that was doing some development on the site and whatever tool they were using would cause the security features of the website to blacklist the clients IP....
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  • JeremyW
    replied to Automate get-pendingrequest pki
    Variable names in powershell are case insensitive so that shouldn't be an issue....
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  • For Name Server records Windows DNS controls those through the properties page. So open the properties and remove the server from there....
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  • JeremyW
    replied to Automate get-pendingrequest pki
    Can you use Send-MailMessage? Something like this:
    Code:
    $smtpServer = "[email protected]"
    $smtpFrom = "[email protected]"
    $body = Get-PendingRequest CA1,CA2 | Out-String
    
    Send-MailMessage -To "[email protected]" -Subject "Pending Rewquest" -Body $body
    ...
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  • JeremyW
    replied to DHCP migration to new domain
    in DHCP
    Check the firewall settings and the event logs. Are the clients on the same subnet as the server? If not, update the DHCP relay configuration to the new server....
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  • Are you sure your VM isn't running out of resources? Have you checked the CPU, RAM, and I/O when it's under load? If the VM has 100GB of RAM divided by 40 users, that;s 2.5GB per. So depending on what applications they are using the demand for RAM could easily be exceed what is available....
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  • JeremyW
    replied to Hyper V and HRL files
    If you remove the page file from Windows, it will automatically create a new one. it has to have a pagefile.

    For replicas, you should put the page file on a VM hard disk drive dedicated to the page file. For gen 1 VMs it needs to be IDE, for gen 2 it can be SCSI (only option ).
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  • Setting up a reverse zone is up to you but you would only do it for your internal subnets. You would not set it up for the public IP address. And the reverse lookup is generally not needed for applications and websites....
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