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December 1, 2018 at 4:11 pm in reply to: How can Parent Domain User access Child Domain Resource? #609733
wullieb1 – so we’re dead wood now?November 28, 2018 at 5:31 am in reply to: How can Parent Domain User access Child Domain Resource? #609352
Strangest thing. You know how things are. Maybe you can tell whoever manages this to restore my status…
BTW, is there no way to send PMs now?November 27, 2018 at 4:48 pm in reply to: How can Parent Domain User access Child Domain Resource? #609301
It may be useful to get back to the basics and read about various AD-based groups and how they interact with each other.November 27, 2018 at 4:44 pm in reply to: Please Read: Significant Update Planned, Migrating Forum Software This Month #609300
Hah! Seem to have lost all my posts… That’s fun.November 27, 2018 at 4:44 pm in reply to: Please Read: Significant Update Planned, Migrating Forum Software This Month #609299
Nice to see (some of you are) here.
Too bad forums don’t scale to well on mobile. Not sure what to make of it.wullieb1;n507188 wrote:You can’t protect from stupidity.
Some of the newer crypto’s are removing Shadow Copies so count yourself lucky it wasnt one of them.
You could look into a tool called CryptoPrevent by FoolishIT. I think i tested it when it first came out and it was ok. We then decided to implement the changes on the network via GPO rather than install more software.
So what GPO settings are you referring to? Can you share your best practices?August 5, 2016 at 2:58 pm in reply to: LDIFDE & CSVDE export returning error no entries found #172739JAGADISH BHATTA;n506469 wrote:I figured what was issue.
Anyway thanks for your help.
So what was the issue? Sharing is caring, and by sharing you may be able to help others!
Blood, your link does not work. Here is a better one:
Try reading this:
[FONT="][SIZE=14px]I have a SBS 2008 that was running fine.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT="][SIZE=14px]Overnight the server rebooted and since the reboot I have several services that are not started. Mainly the DNS server and all exchange services and even log service.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT="][SIZE=14px]I tried to start the DNS server service and I got RPC unavailable error 1722.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT="][SIZE=14px]Please help, not sure what happened.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT="][SIZE=14px]Thanks in advance[/SIZE][/FONT]
What does the event log say?July 30, 2016 at 5:56 pm in reply to: Scenario for separate users working under the same forest. #172734antros48;n506249 wrote:as the secondary DC which is mirrored to the first one, in case the primary goes down, the secondary takes the lead.
I have a slight issue with this. What do you mean by “mirrored”? a DC is not “mirrored”, it’s a totally separate machine (VM or physical, it doesn’t matter), and the internals of the fact that it is a DC in an existing domain means that the AD data is replicated to it from the original DC. Once that is done, they are kept in a multi-master replication model, meaning whatever you add or change on one DC is replicated to the other(s).July 30, 2016 at 5:32 pm in reply to: AVG Virus Detection Solution for SppExtComObjHook.dll #172730
As simple as it sounds, it actually works! Great find Chris!July 6, 2016 at 2:16 pm in reply to: How to create domain, host and deploy website on windows server 2008 r2 #172729Blood;n506080 wrote:You need to buy your domain name – as you say, no need to purchase web hosting etc., but you need to make sure that your provider allows you to configure the DNS records. DNS records tell computers how to connect to different types of resources for a particular domain. Learn about A records and PTR records and DNS in general. If you will hosting your own website from a personal computer and you have a static IP address, that IP address needs to be used in your www A records. Read up about it first before instigating it and read through the info provided from biggles77’s link.
Well technically, if he doesn’t want to use a “real” domain name, he can also use one of the free DNS naming services using a subdomain. No?July 6, 2016 at 2:13 pm in reply to: Setting up a DFS namespace on a single server (no replication) #172728cruachan;n506063 wrote:100% agree with Blood. The biggest pain IME of doing file server migrations is the number of shortcuts people have on their desktops pointing to things. Fixing drives assigned by GPO or script is trivial, manual mappings are a PITA and if the name doesn’t change then neither does the mapping.
Having the namespace also allows the later addition of more servers E.g. if you open a branch office.
What he said.July 6, 2016 at 2:09 pm in reply to: Scenario for separate users working under the same forest. #172727
Yes, totally lost. Could you please try to describe exactly what you have and what you’re trying to achieve? Try not to mix concepts (a DC is a DC, a DFS replica is a DFS replica).June 17, 2016 at 12:05 pm in reply to: LDIFDE & CSVDE export returning error no entries found #172725
That’s what I would do. Start with the basics, build it up as you move on through the various filters and conditions.June 17, 2016 at 11:48 am in reply to: Can not reuse the same static IP on the same server #172724
When you ping that IP from a different computer, does it get you a reply?
And what about pinging from the actual VM? If you do get a reply, can you use ARP to see what MAC it is related to?June 17, 2016 at 11:22 am in reply to: Folder redirection and roaming user profiles on SAN or NAS? #172722
When using a folder redirection option you need to point the users to a network shared path (UNC path). Where that path is physically located, is a matter of personal choice, but there is also a question of performance and availability that you need to answer. NAS can typically expose a disk array as an SMB share, basically acting as a Windows file share for your clients. SANs usually server their disk arrays to the actual servers via iSCSI and/or other means. Each has its benefits and drawbacks. I would consult with your storage vendor to see what they recommend (and why they recommend it vs. the other solutions).
How about this solution:
batch – How can I automatically log out users from a Windows machine? – Super User
http://superuser.com/questions/269574/how-can-i-automatically-log-out-users-from-a-windows-machine/269579#269579joeqwerty;n505802 wrote:That’s not technically correct. An explicit Allow overrides and inherited Deny. Here’s a link to permissions precedence. – http://www.ntfs.com/ntfs-permissions-precedence.htm
Correct. No many people know that…:smile:May 24, 2016 at 1:39 pm in reply to: Upgrade DC from 2008 R2 Standard to 2012 R2 Standard #172718
Doing a fresh install is always the preferred method. In this case, since it’s a DC, your life is easy.