I have two ISPs coming into my building, cable and dsl. The dsl is a backup line. Today the cable line failed and dsl picked up the work. however, nslookup, run on client or server, did not reliably resolve domain names. I have four forwarders set up:
I am getting the following error on many workstations. It looks like the path is invalid to the ldap server (firstname.lastname@example.org.). Where is this path pulled from?
should be: ldap/dc2.domain.com ???
Event Type: Warning
Event Source: LSASRV
I'll mess with it on lunch since it will probably bring down ISA server.
Replace both the MSSQLServer and SQLServerAgent service accounts (with LocalSystem) with a selected account
Provide this new account with the right to read in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL...
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I was wondering if you know what the causes of “registry preferences” not being applied could be. I am trying to disable CDROM and USBSTOR devices from loading by changing their startup value to 4, which is Disabled.
I imported the attached ADM file into the GPO at the user level,no...