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    in reply to: Can’t get MDT imaging to work #389496

    Re: Can’t get MDT imaging to work

    it will be fixed by making a simple change to the unattend.xml file associated with your deployment task sequence:

    Navigate to your unattend.xml file in the deployment share, in my case it is C:DeploymentShareControlWIN7-IE10unattend.xml, right-click the unattend.xml and choose edit. This should open the unattend.xml file in Notepad.

    Find the line false from within the unattend.xml (you could also do a search by going to Edit => Find from the Notepad menu).

    Once you find it, you can either remove the line completely or comment it out by changing it to < !–false –>

    Once you make the change, save the unattend.xml file and restart your deployment. Everything should be back to normal again

    REF: http://windowsdeployments.net/mdt-error-when-deploying-windows-7-with-ie10/
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    in reply to: Security Essential couldn’t scan you pc error 0x800106ba #389495

    Re: Security Essential couldn’t scan you pc error 0x800106ba

    Do you have any other antivirus installed on the computer?

    Make sure that you do not have any other antivirus or security software installed on your computer.



    A possible reason for this problem is that you have conflicting security software installed fully or partially on the PC. Remove all other security software from the PC.

    You may need to use a cleanup tool to remove your prior security software. Follow the link given below for the removal tools.

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/protect/wiki/mse-protect_start/list-of-anti-malware-product-removal-tools/2bcb53f7-7ab4-4ef9-ab3a-6aebfa322f75

    You can refer this link as well.

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/protect/wiki/mse-protect_start/microsoft-security-essentials-installation/e6e18776-9571-42e9-8fc0-66717dde0e19

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    in reply to: Permission Error #389494

    Re: Permission Error

    It may have removed permissions for local identity sources. try loging in with the default master credentials ie vsphere.localAdministartor and

    add the instances. The below KB should be helpful.

    VMware KB: http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=2037410

    http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=2035758

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    in reply to: GP update fails #389493

    Re: GP update fails

    what kind of computer settings did you configure and apply to that GPO?
    Anything in the Event Viewer application log?
    Make sure that the policy you are trying to use is not blocked.
    You can try enabling “loopback” and see if that helps… see below:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231287

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    in reply to: DC replication #389492

    Re: DC replication

    I suggested the same tool. but Mr. ossian commented on this.what a fantastic comment…….! thanks for his comment. Data size is not an issue in replication. those you are knowledge in ad replication they will know about this. it is a basic thing.it will replicate AD database, sysvol ..etc

    a few days back i saw one person he is also having three lines of microsoft,cisco,vmware certification degrees.he is saying he can connect 256 nodes in class c network.what about broadcast and network address…….!

    my reply for that type of people:thank you so much for your answer.please take this rose flower for your fantastic answer

    [MOD EDIT INAPPROPRIATE LINK REMOVED]

    AD Replication Status tool
    http://windowsitpro.com/active-direc…waiting-almos

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    in reply to: DC replication #389491

    Re: DC replication

    http://windowsitpro.com/active-directory/active-directory-replication-status-tool-ad-utility-weve-all-been-waiting-almost

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    [MOD EDIT – I have restored this post (deleted by the owner after my post below) as it contains a useful link (although maybe not immediately useful to the OP). Note that my comment below was not criticism, just a suggestion that some information over and above the link might have been useful]

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    in reply to: Emails get rejected because of SPF check #389490

    Re: Emails get rejected because of SPF check

    you can use mxtoolbox.com/spf.aspx to check if you have a valid spf record

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    in reply to: trust relationship failed #389489

    Re: trust relationship failed

    Refer Microsoft Technet Article for Troubleshooting AD: Trust Relationship between Workstation and Primary Domain failed

    https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/9157.troubleshooting-ad-trust-relationship-between-workstation-and-primary-domain-failed.aspx

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/162797

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    in reply to: Network Cards Order #389488

    Re: Network Cards Order

    To edit the network card binding order in Windows Server 2008R2:

    1.Login to the server with administrative credentials

    2.Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center

    3.On the left hand side select Manage network connections

    4.Press Alt+N to display the Advanced menu

    5.Select Advanced Settings. On the Adapters and Bindings tab, highlight your NIC and use the arrows on the right hand side to adjust it’s binding order.

    You can also access the Network Connections screen directly by clicking Start > Run , typing ncpa.cpl and pressing Enter

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    in reply to: Domain Controller Read Only (RODC)- Not reachable #389487

    Re: Domain Controller Read Only (RODC)- Not reachable

    Are the client computer and the user account both added to the AllowedRODCPasswordReplication Group? This group can be configured during dcpromo for the RODC if you select Advanced mode on the Welcome page or post-dcpromo on the Properties of the RWDC, on the Password replication tab.

    By default, the RODC will not authenticate any user or computer logons – it will foward them unless the user or computer account is added to that allowed policy group.

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    in reply to: trust relationship failed #389486

    Re: trust relationship failed

    1.Make it sure that your Dns is configured properly and verify your SRV records.

    2.Turn off the firewall from both side or manually allow the client computer to access your server.

    3.Temporary disable if any antivirus application running on DC or server.

    4.Perform DCDIAG test on domain controller for any error.

    5.Multihomed DC is not recommended, being a VPN Server and even simply running RRAS makes it multi-homed.

    6.If multiple NICs are present on DC, disable unused NIC.

    7.Check the NIC binding on member server as well as on DC.

    Perform above steps and let us know the result

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    in reply to: Users Can’t Download Any Attached File in hotmail #389485

    Re: Users Can’t Download Any Attached File in hotmail

    1. In the Forefront TMG Management console tree, click Firewall Policy.
    2. In the details pane, select the applicable Web publishing rule that uses HTML forms-based authentication for Outlook Web Access.
    3. On the Tasks tab, click Edit Selected Rule.
    4. On the Application Settings tab, in the Exchange Publishing Attachment Blocking section, uncheck Public computers or Private computers (or uncheck both options), and then click OK.
    5. In the details pane, click the Apply button to save and update the configuration, and then click OK.
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    Re: Co-exsitence of Windows Server 2003r2 and Windows Server 2008r2

    Sure, you can use DC child domain 2003R2 as long as the forest functional level hasn’t been raised to 2008 R2

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    Re: Co-exsitence of Windows Server 2003r2 and Windows Server 2008r2

    first do it on PDC after that you may go ahead with the other dcs

    Steps:
    1. Prep your forest and domain. The 2008 R2 prep for has an adprep32 and adprep. Since your current box is x32 you use adprep32.
    2. Install a 2008 R2 member server (this could have also been step 1)
    3. Use dcpromo to promote the 2008 R2 box
    4. By default the 08 dcpromo will make it a global catalog also make it a DNS server and make sure you also configure forwarders and setup zones as needed. (based on what you have on the 2003 boxes)
    5. After the reboot make sure replication is working
    6. Once you are ok with that made sure AD/DNS replication is working (assuming you are using AD integrated DNS) then check sysvol
    7. Transfer FSMO roles to the 2008 box
    8. Make sure clients (static and DHCP) are now also pointing to the bew boxes for DNS
    9. Then when you are ready you can shut the 2003 boxes down or turn of the ports (I always do that to make sure I didn’t miss anything). This can be once you have all the 2008 R2 DCs up.
    10. Once you are ok with the 2008 R2 boxes and that everything is working you can run dcpromo and demote the 2003 boxes.
    11. I would personally leave them as member servers and have DHCP run on them, but that can be moved over to the 2008 R2 box too
    12. Once you know you will never need or introduce another 2003 DC then you can raise your domain and forest functional levels to 2008 R2
    13. Enjoy all the cool new features like the AD recycle bin, fine-grained passwords.

    pls check this out, they have a detial steps
    http://networkadminkb.com/KB/a15/transitioning-a-windows-2003-domain-to-windows-2008-r2.aspx

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    in reply to: Windows Serverbackup to Network Mapped Drive #389482

    Re: Windows Serverbackup to Network Mapped Drive

    Extensible Markup Language (XML) files that detail the backup history, catalog, and system configuration details of the media

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    in reply to: Need to access info about Server 2012 on Technet #389481

    Re: Need to access info about Server 2012 on Technet

    thanks sir:-D

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    in reply to: Microsoft Free E-Books #389480

    Microsoft Free E-Books

    Dear all,
    Microsoft Free E-Books Updated: December 16, 2013

    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/microsoft_press/archive/2012/05/04/free-ebooks-great-content-from-microsoft-press-that-won-t-cost-you-a-penny.aspx

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    in reply to: Child Domain #389479

    Re: Child Domain

    Dear Sir,
    I have primary and additional domain controllers.the child domain server and the primary,additional Servers are pinging.all the machines in NAT Network.

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    in reply to: Child Domain doubt #389476

    Re: Child Domain doubt

    I created a domain in windows server 2008r2. after that without creating additional (backup) domain for that I am trying creating a child domain for the domain.
    During the installation of child domain after entering the network credentials I getting the wizard (select a domain for this additional domain controller). it is going to create an additional domain (backup) domain for the domain.

    (I am performing this in virtual machine for practice)

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