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May 24, 2018 at 7:09 am in reply to: Include all certificates in the certification path if possible #380057
So, does it contain the root certificate of a CA ? Is that good? ( I am not an expert on PKIs )May 01, 2018 at 6:52 am in reply to: Install a certificate in an environment where the user is locked down (Citrix) #380055
I forgot to mention that the certificate must be installed in the “Personal Store” , not in the “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” . Is that possible? . I am not an expert in the CA field.
As far as I am reading, when the user is locked down in a Citrix environment, he can’t import a certificate into its Personal Store.Apr 24, 2018 at 7:16 am in reply to: Install a certificate in an environment where the user is locked down (Citrix) #380054
because the sessions are not persistent .Apr 24, 2018 at 4:12 am in reply to: How often do wsus clients contact with the wsus server? #380053
Many Thanks!biggles77;n508679 wrote:Have you thought about shoving a USB stick into the computer and using the USB as RAM as you know, READY BOOST. Not going to be very quick but will make it a bit better than having just 512MB of physical RAM.
Just a thought Luis. :grin:
I didn’t even know you could use a stick as RAM, so, thanks!Ossian;n508676 wrote:Not necessarily
In your example, the actual file is 26.9Kb – on a disk with 4K blocks (clusters), it is 28Kb, on a disk with 8K blocks, it would be 32Kb
See https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/140365 for default cluster sizes
Thanks a lot for the explanation and the link!samkevin;n508173 wrote:Microsoft Office 365 have different plans include Office 365 Home. Before going to any plan I think first you should visit Microsoft site as well as any Office 365 consultants who help more in your situation.
Thanks a lot.wullieb1;n508001 wrote:What ADMX files are you importing?? The error is reporting to be from inetres.admx which is the IE
I dont understand the question, I am not an expert, sorry about it.
And what could I do about it, if it is IE ?. The Operating system is updated.Blood;n507978 wrote:OK, then. Have you tried to replace the admx policy file? You can get them from here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/down…s.aspx?id=6243
Copy the existing inetres.admx file from the ..windowspolicydefinitions folder to a safe place. You may also need to take ownership of the admx file before you can replace it.
All taken from ElderN’s reply here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w…f-7b070a5db531
I had a clone of the machine and could bring it up to life.
I installed those admx , but didn’t work. Same error.
The thing is that this is happening in both Domain Controllers, both of them updated W28k R2
Thanks a lot !
Thanks Ossian. I installed it, and it is goind fairly well. This computer is only for a very specific old application and the internet, and it is working smoothly, so far.
It is physical RAM. No, I can’t upgrade RAM , you mean to put more RAM ? , IF so, I can’t :(
Thanks a lot !Oct 25, 2016 at 1:26 am in reply to: Spotflux , how can I know I can trust an anonymizer proxy ? #380029