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    Re: After update of 2008r2 RDS session host to SP1, outlook 2007 crashes on NETAPI32.

    thanks for that, I’ll post screenshots later on today, when the users log out.

    I have to use 2007 unfortunately – some of the software used doesn’t support 2010 OR x64, so I’m rather stuck there

    As for the DLL – I’ve tried replacing it with a pre-SP1 version (total fail), and I’ve removed/installed, and tried “repair” on msoffice itself so far, with no results

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    Re: MS Office 2007 std, on a 2008R2 RDS session – additional language and proofing to

    sorry it took so long :) been rather busy. btw, any chance you can provide input for the new outlook 2007 issue I’ve posted today?

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    Re: MS Office 2007 std, on a 2008R2 RDS session – additional language and proofing to

    ok, final-ish update: got it working by downloading and installing office language packs separately per every required language. Guess the DVD is broken somehow, and after re-downloading it a few times, I suspect it might be broken on the server side

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    in reply to: Looking for advice on not being blacklisted #289400

    Re: Looking for advice on not being blacklisted

    Lior_S;228279 wrote:
    BTW: DKIM is kinda new and not essential, just another level, you can try if needed.

    DKIM is not supported with MSExchange, and if you need to use it, there’s only one solution, and it’s not cheap. I’ve had to implement DKIM because without it yahoo rejected my emails.

    Though I just brought up a VM with postfix and a free DKIM plugin there, and set up an additional send connector for yahoo.

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    Re: MS Office 2007 std, on a 2008R2 RDS session – additional language and proofing to

    thanks, I’ll try it tonight, after I’m done with the move to rhel5.6, and update

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    Re: MS Office 2007 std, on a 2008R2 RDS session – additional language and proofing to

    I got the message by running setup.exe, as you advised. Maybe there’s some sort of protection I can remove in win2008r2?

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    Re: MS Office 2007 std, on a 2008R2 RDS session – additional language and proofing to

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    D:OMUI.ar-saOSETUP.DLL digital signature does not validate or is not present

    this is what I get

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    in reply to: 3com simulator #289396

    Re: 3com simulator

    Ossian, did you mean http://tinyurl.com/2b2wbmf ?

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    in reply to: Has anyone used Nagios #289395

    Re: Has anyone used Nagios

    try to capture the packets and analyse them – smtp is very easy to dissect

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    Re: Moving mailboxes between different users in different domains

    Thanks Simon,

    So PS cmdlets is what I need to use, then copy the resulting file and import.

    Do I have to create a mailbox on the dest. server and import into it, or does the import process create the mailbox, and I only have to attach it to a user account?

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    in reply to: Awk / sed #289393

    Re: Awk / sed

    TIME1=””
    TIME2=””
    while read LINE
    do
    TIME1=$(echo “$LINE” | cut -f2 |cut -f2 -d’ ‘)
    if [ “$TIME2” == “” ]; then TIME2=$TIME1; fi
    if [ “$TIME1” != “$TIME2” ]
    then
    TIME2=$TIME1
    echo
    fi
    echo “$LINE”
    done < input.txt[/CODE]
    if the file is really tab delimited, cut is the easiest way to go[CODE]TIME1=""
    TIME2=””
    while read LINE
    do
    TIME1=$(echo “$LINE” | cut -f2 |cut -f2 -d’ ‘)
    if [ “$TIME2” == “” ]; then TIME2=$TIME1; fi
    if [ “$TIME1” != “$TIME2” ]
    then
    TIME2=$TIME1
    echo
    fi
    echo “$LINE”
    done < input.txt[/CODE]
    if the file is really tab delimited, cut is the easiest way to go

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    Re: Windows 2008R2 RDS farm – design and security configuration

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    I hope that the DC dont function as TS also

    No, I’ve enough machines to spare (got a 2008r2 datacenter license, and a lot of hypervisors)

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    1. Web Access… To allow users to access to the application from remote.
    Also, what about Radius server? TS License server? Easy Print?

    I need more than web access, there will be full scale terminal sessions in there. I put the license server as well as everything besides the actual RD session host in the “terminal” machine.

    The entire setup is in a closed off DC, access is via site to site ASA 5500 series VPN concentrators. What would I need the radius server for here?
    Can you also elaborate on Easy Print? Never heard of it before…

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    2. There is no offical methood to control permissions. You can yse NTFS permissions for this, but
    this option isnt supported as I know.

    By permissions I mean that a simple user logging into the terminal session gets access to administrative MMCs in the start menu. Most of them wouldn’t start and some only work in r/o mode, but I’d like to make the terminal session look like a limited PC – no access to anything besides the programs I want the users to have access to.

    Great links btw, rep added of course, but an extra thanks from me for the reply :beer:

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    in reply to: Awk / sed #289391

    Re: Awk / sed

    can you paste the actual text you are trying to parse?

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    in reply to: Awk / sed #289390

    Re: Awk / sed

    If your input is in input.txt, this will print out what you need

    TIME1=””
    TIME2=””
    while read LINE
    do
    TIME1=$(echo “$LINE” | awk -F'”‘ ‘{ print $2 }’|awk -F’ ‘ ‘{ print $2 }’)
    if [ “$TIME2” == “” ]; then TIME2=$TIME1; fi
    if [ “$TIME1” != “$TIME2” ]
    then
    TIME2=$TIME1
    echo
    fi
    echo “$LINE”
    done < input.txt[/CODE][CODE]TIME1=""
    TIME2=””
    while read LINE
    do
    TIME1=$(echo “$LINE” | awk -F'”‘ ‘{ print $2 }’|awk -F’ ‘ ‘{ print $2 }’)
    if [ “$TIME2” == “” ]; then TIME2=$TIME1; fi
    if [ “$TIME1” != “$TIME2” ]
    then
    TIME2=$TIME1
    echo
    fi
    echo “$LINE”
    done < input.txt[/CODE]

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    in reply to: Few large hosts or many smaller hosts #289389

    Re: Few large hosts or many smaller hosts

    It really depends. If you have a 256Gb RAM guest you need to run, you need the heavyweight host.
    In general, I’d go for the more hosts with less resources, especially since the “small” hosts you described are pretty serious on their own.

    This might require more rack space and more power, but it provides more redundancy, possibly better storage access performance (more HBAs), and finer grained cluster-wide resource distribution

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    in reply to: Storage Dilemma #289388

    Re: Storage Dilemma

    about the split backplane – that’s quite common. but you should call techsupport, give them your svc tag, so they can look up the exact backplane model you have – then the rep will be able to tell you whether the backplane is split, or whole.

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    in reply to: Storage Dilemma #289387

    Re: Storage Dilemma

    if you have a hotswap backplane, you can replace the drives with larger ones one by one (will take a long time, especially with sata drives)

    But I would not recommend going beyond 1Tb drives, and even those, I’d get NL-SAS and not SATA. A Dell MD1000 enclosure might help you get there, or MD3200 if you need better performance.

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    Re: OpenSSL Command-prompt: unable to create a specifica self-signed certificate

    The openssl mailing lists are here: http://openssl.org/support/community.html

    Just sign up and post the question there, there is an active an helpful community monitoring these

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    in reply to: Learning linux #289385

    Re: Learning linux

    what exactly do you want to do with Linux?
    is there anyone who knows any kind of linux you can turn to for advice locally?

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    in reply to: Final steps after AD migration #289384

    Re: Final steps after AD migration

    GC checkbox ticked in NTDS settings properties

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    in reply to: Final steps after AD migration #289383

    Re: Final steps after AD migration

    It should be the GC and everything else

    at least according to the MS KB articles I’ve followed. Now, with 2008 my AD-fu is rather rusty, any clues as to how I can diagnose this?

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    in reply to: Final steps after AD migration #289382

    Re: Final steps after AD migration

    I am starting to wonder whether I did something wrong – most of my machines start refusing authentication…
    is there a checklist to go over somewhere, and an example of a typical DNS config for an internal network DC on 2008R2?

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    in reply to: Final steps after AD migration #289381

    Re: Final steps after AD migration

    I don’t have a DHCP atm, that’s why I set the IPs on member servers manually

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    in reply to: Final steps after AD migration #289380

    Re: Final steps after AD migration

    Thing is, after the changes, I am getting authentication errors, so I am wondering is there is something else that needs changing, besides the DNS field.

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    in reply to: AD and IIS on the same R2 host? #289379

    Re: AD and IIS on the same R2 host?

    Ossian;212933 wrote:
    Just refer him to your signature :lol:

    which reminds me to update it – I’m also RHCE since two weeks ago

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    in reply to: AD and IIS on the same R2 host? #289378

    Re: AD and IIS on the same R2 host?

    Ossian;212931 wrote:
    Out of morbid curiousity, do you have a reference for it not being possible?

    No, heard it from a colleague :) apparently he simply tried to add both roles at once, which failed, so he concluded it’s a new restriction and told me so

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    in reply to: AD and IIS on the same R2 host? #289377

    Re: AD and IIS on the same R2 host?

    Ossian;212927 wrote:
    Just tried the default IIS installation on a 2008R2 DC and had no problems

    sorry, posted before doublechecking it myself – false alarm :)

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    Re: read and convert an MSSQL DB dump using a portable language

    that’s proprietary, isn’t it?

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    Re: read and convert an MSSQL DB dump using a portable language

    so essentially, there’s nothing I can do with the file, until I actually take it into a windows machine with SQL and (possibly also) mgmt studio running, right?

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    Re: read and convert an MSSQL DB dump using a portable language

    Ossian;211174 wrote:
    You can export to CSV by e.g. connecting Access to the dB (and you should be able to do it from the SQL command line). Obviously you will need to know the structure of the database (tables and relationships

    problem is I have to work with the existing file

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