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Hi, I have done a search on this matter to seek help but couldn't really find anything What I am looking for is help to set up a fully functioning server with a reliable group policy that could be implemented in a school I know the very basic of setting up the AD, DNS, DHCP. I have got this far and added a user that can successfully log in. What I would now want to know is what are the best practices to set up group policies etc Could someone put together a basic step by step of what to do. I'm not really asking for details otherwise people will be here all day and night. Just a simple AD, DNS, DHCP, Group Policies, etc and so forth Not really sure what else to add as I am fairly new to network etc and I am really wanting to learn more! Would it be easier to create different group policies such as a student one, teacher one, and so forth? Kind regards Tom
Hello, I am in need of urgent assistance. The problem briefly: A virtual machine that is used for file system crached, let's call it FILESRV01. FILESRV02 Was created and put into Failover Cluster Manager properly. FILESRV02 Also crashed and FILESRV02 was recreated. The old FILESRV02 is still stuck in Failover Cluster Manager Giving status: Stopped / Failed. The new FILESRV02 is not in Failover Cluster Manager. They both point to the same .vhd locations/disks. What and how can i implement the new FILESRV02 into Failover Cluster Manager? * What happends if i add the new FILESRV02 while the old is still there? * I've read that if you try to remove a machine from Failover Cluster Manager it will also try to delete the .VHD (which would be very bad) This is in production environment and all help is appriciated! // Sincerely Kimmyel