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  • in reply to: What Should the 2017 Resume Look Like? #314351

    Ya I agree with no colors/links/QR/etc. I think I just need a few different versions of the resume for different groups of roles I would apply for. IE: Security roles, I would highlight my security work and trail with my R&S work and the opposite for R&S roles.

    in reply to: asa 5510 fulfilling the needs #314350

    Security best practices is never run traffic from the inside of your network to the outside without passing it through a firewall. An ASA5510 is quite old and may have some issues support your traffic throughput needs if you are running all vlan to vlan communication through it. Each vlan needs a gateway so do these gateway IPs reside on the ASA?

    in reply to: VPN Redundancy with HSRP on WAN #314349

    You should always try to avoid running FHRP on internet edge routers, and use routing from your core to them to distribute the traffic efficiently.

    in reply to: 2106 WLC iOS #314348

    You will be limited to AP hardware support and will only be able to support 6 APs total. It will also not run anything beyond code 7.

    https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/wireless/2100-series-wireless-lan-controllers/prod_qas0900aecd805aaa9c.html

    in reply to: Windows 8 WMI filter #314347

    Re: Windows 8 WMI filter

    So to create two additional WMI filters for Server 2012 member servers and 2012 domain controllers I just need to change that product type number value?

    in reply to: Permissions to logon through terminal services #314346

    Re: Permissions to logon through terminal services

    Ok I have my domain admins group for domain1.domain.com added to the Built-in Administrators group of domain2.domain.com.

    I go the domain2.domain.com servers OU and add a GP for restricted groups.

    So when I add it asks to add group, what group am I adding here? A group from domain1.domain.com or a group for domain2.domain.com?

    I need a video on this. I have never used restricted groups because I thought it was for literally restricting groups to certain computers not making groups part of another group on a computer.

    in reply to: Permissions to logon through terminal services #314345

    Re: Permissions to logon through terminal services

    Tom –

    I am not understanding this completely. When you are defining a restricted group, and select to add “administrators” is this defining the Administrators Built-In group for the domain? Or the local administrators group of the Computer accounts that belong in the OU where the Policy resides?

    in reply to: Permissions to logon through terminal services #314344

    Re: Permissions to logon through terminal services

    Tom, can you guide me here?

    in reply to: Permissions to logon through terminal services #314343

    Re: Permissions to logon through terminal services

    So what is a painless way to solve this problem? If I have 150 servers, how can I give admins from domain.com access to log on to my servers in abc.domain.com??

    Can I add their accounts to the remote desktop users group (built in) and solve the issue that way?

    in reply to: CCNA starter kit #314342

    Re: CCNA starter kit

    plenty of resources out there to help you and remember ebay is your friend.

    Google wendel odom ccna home lab.

    in reply to: Windows Server 2012 IPAM #314341

    Re: Windows Server 2012 IPAM

    UGH! I know nothing about linux though. Dont really have time to learn either.

    in reply to: The choosing of AD DC #314340

    Re: The choosing of AD DC

    I am not sure how to rate threads of replies. I did manage to get this working correct. It was all AD sites and services and how my sites subnets are setup.

    All sites have a 10.70.X.0 subnet and rather than creating individual subnets and mapping them to the local DC, it was setup with just one 10.70.0.0/16 subnet which will then just pick a random DC within that entire subnet, which happened to be at times across the world.

    Thanks for the direction!

    in reply to: Permissions to logon through terminal services #314339

    Re: Permissions to logon through terminal services

    No they are part of the built in administrators group of the child domain. I cant imagine that if I need to give them permissions to 150 servers that I would have to add them to each servers local admin group??

    in reply to: VMware Vs. Citrix #314338

    Re: VMware Vs. Citrix

    So I am back to this scenario, I am trying to do away with my citrix presentation server/xenapp solution all together. I have a fully function vSphere 5.1 environment running enterprise licensing. So I am trying to decide how I would proceed with View to replace my functionality for Citrix.

    Our big need for Citrix is users from remote sites using Access Databases. Access Databases over the WAN are painful. I also have the need for iPad users to be able to use our ERP system interface which uses only IE with silverlight.

    So what solution of View do I need to research? VMware products have become very complicated over the past few years.

    in reply to: VMware Vs. Citrix #314337

    Re: VMware Vs. Citrix

    Isn’t just desktop virtualization? From a cost standpoint where does this lie compared to citrix. For citrix i use terminal service licensing only requiring one license for an OS that multiple users access. VDI is a separate instance of a OS.

    in reply to: Removing Users From Local Admin of a Computer #314336

    Re: Removing Users From Local Admin of a Computer

    What if the users are already set as local admins of their machines?

    in reply to: Browsing to UNC #314335

    Re: Browsing to UNC

    Ahhh Good Call Rems! I am going to try this.

    in reply to: Remove group policy settings #314334

    Re: Remove group policy settings

    I have seen this on many of my servers. The “tattoo’ing” affect! It is annoying, I have just reset the local security policy to default to get rid of the annoyance’s. Beware though when you do this, it could and most likely will break something that is in place that you are unaware of.

    in reply to: CA in a forest/child domain environment #314333

    Re: CA in a forest/child domain environment

    Implementation of Direct Access and Machine certs for wireless for 802.1x authentication. Should I be ok to implement a CA at my child domain for all users and computers in my child domain?

    in reply to: Straightening out that GPO structure! #314332

    Re: Straightening out that GPO structure!

    I am reading alot about Item level targeting for GP these days. Lots of people seem to leveraging this practice. Isn’t item level targeting basically the same as security group filtering?

    in reply to: Account Lockouts in Citrix (split after thread Hijack) #314331

    Re: Account Lockouts

    How can an account get locked out for active session?

    in reply to: Account Lockouts #314330

    Re: Account Lockouts

    I have some DC’s that are still 2003. How do you add an action to an event and use this to send an email? Can you provide a technet link?

    Also I am not seeing much on how to use this ALTool.exe file?

    in reply to: Time Sync Nightmare! #314329

    Re: Time Sync Nightmare!

    Private layer 3 mpls, no firewalls between sites. If I run this command on my servers:

    nltest /dsgetdc:MyDomain.com /timeserv

    Should the results be my PDC server name?

    in reply to: Time Sync Nightmare! #314328

    Re: Time Sync Nightmare!

    SHould all DC’s in the domain be NTP servers? The default domain controller policy says enabled…

    in reply to: Time Sync Nightmare! #314327

    Re: Time Sync Nightmare!

    I have multiple sites with DC’s and they are all different. I have the PDC set correctly and all my time is correct at my local site of the PDC, but other locations are off by like 4 minutes here, 5 minutes there…

    One of the DC’s in another location says NT5DS, but ntp server is listed as time.windows.com, 0x9

    I have a GP that automatically starts the windows time service on all clients and servers. Nothing in DHCP. Zones are correct.

    in reply to: Any Ideas on what this means? #314326

    Re: Any Ideas on what this means?

    I guess what I really want to know is what is accessing WMI without the correct permissions…..

    in reply to: AD DNS/Replication Issues #314325

    Re: AD DNS/Replication Issues

    Had this issue yesterday and funny enough it was windows firewall being enabled on my DC’s. Easy, I know, but worth a check.

    in reply to: Logging into another child domain #314324

    Re: Logging into another child domain

    Well now this is weird…when I get my remote user (Domain Admin) to follow this process, they only have the option of “contacts”, or “other objects”. They cannot select another types of objects, like accounts.

    in reply to: Logging into another child domain #314323

    Re: Logging into another child domain

    so how would this person do this? Browse to my account in a.domain.com and then modify my member of tab to include me into b.domain.com domain admins?

    in reply to: Logging into another child domain #314322

    Re: Logging into another child domain

    Well that didnt work….it says I dont have permissions.

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