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  1. Esteemed readers After updating multiple times a server with W2k8R2, the Security Update for .NET KB2894854 becomes available over and over again in WU (control panel). Why is this happening? Apparantly .NET version installed is 4.5.52022. Thanks for your time. Faithfully, Ivan
  2. Hi. I am the sole SCCM administrator for a small company. The current site is running Config Manager 2012 R2, on a Windows Server 2008 R2 VM. It's a simple hierarchy, consisting of one primary site, all managed from a single server, and 3 distribution points. SQL is hosted on a separate cluster. This was all set up long before I joined the company. Now that I'm wishing to upgrade to current branch, I've also decided to put it on a new Windows Server 2016 VM. I could do a side-by-side migration, but am quite tempted to start again from scratch, with a clean slate. My plan is to leave the current site up and running, while I set up the new one, giving me ample time to configure it all, create the deployments, distribute content, etc. Once it's ready, I can push-deploy the new client, and eventually take down the old site. I've already chosen a new site code and name, and new names for all the servers, so there should be no conflicts there. The only thing I'm a little uncertain about at present, is what's going to happen in the System Management container, when I set up the new site. Will its site code and name be added alongside the current one, or will it over-write? In either casem will the clients get confused (if not current ones, then new builds)? Should I maybe not give the new site server permissions on the container, and instead get it to publish to ADDS when everything's ready? As a bonus question, I thought I might as well set up the new SQL Server 2016 database for it, on the same cluster as the current one (since we have a cluster already in place, I prefer to use it). I thought I could just install SQL 2016 on the cluster, set up a new instance, and point the new site at that, but are there any potential pitfalls I'm overlooking / anything else I need to consider? Any guidance would be much appreciated. Thank you.
  3. Hello All, I've been troubleshooting an issue with Name resolution between two separate active directory forests (trying to get a SCCM 2012 client assigned to a site, but I need to resolve this DNS issue first). There is a two-way trust setup, but something changed which is preventing a successful trust validation\nslookup\ping domain name. Here's some context and more detailed info: Forest/Domain A (a.local), Domain Controller A (DNS installed) - Conditional forwarder zone setup for "b.local" in DNS - can successfully ping b.local - can successfully NSLOOKUP b.local - DCA has two virtual NICs (private/backup) - Communication between other forests\domains works fine Forest/Domain B (b.local), Domain Controller B (DNS installed) - Conditional forwarder zone setup for A.local - Can NOT ping a.local - Can NOT NSLOOKUP a.local (2 second timeout message) - CAN ping backup IP address of domain controller (DCA) in a.local - DCB has two virtual NICs (private/backup) I have tried several ipconfig /flushdns, ipconfig /showdns, disabling/re-enabling the virtual nics and switching around of DNS IPs on the NICs, etc but i can't nail down the problem. It almost seems like network requests for "a.local" are never forwarded to the DCA server. I probably should install and run a network trace, but I don't have much experience with those apps. Anything come to mind by the information I've provided? I would really appreciate any troubleshooting ideas/advice as I'm new to DNS, especially with multiple network interfaces/ AD domains/etc..
  4. Dear All, I have installed the Windows Server Backup on Windows Server 2008 R2 and make a scheduled backup for my drive. The schedule first run takes the complete backup of my drive to destination drive. The question is what method is used by Windows Server Backup on second run either INCREMENTAL or DIFFERENTIAL. which backup technique is used by microsoft in windows server backup. Waiting for your help. Regards RMA
  5. Dear All, I am using Windows Server Backup on Windows Server 2008 R2. I backup my server machine (system drive only) 3 times in a month with Backup Once option in Windows Server Backup Console. 1: I need to do complete restore to my first backup but only recovery option is available in windows server backup console. 2: When i boot my system with DVD then it shows only previous backup (2nd only) and not shows the first one. Please help me to complete restore my system to 1st backup state. Regards, RMA
  6. Dear All, My Scenario is, I have a DC and WDS on two different machine running fine. We have some 32 bit and some 64 bit machines in our network. The question is "how to deply multiple os through WDS" we need to install both 32 bit and 64 bit operating system to network, but how to differentiate the two boot and their relevant install images. My deploy scenario is Windows Server 2008 R2 (only in 64bit) Windows Server 2008 (32 bit) Windows 7 (64 bit) Windows 7 (32 Bit) Regards RMA
  7. Hi, I’ve reviewed your Hyper-V threads and I haven’t scene anything talking about an Exchange setup in Hyper-V. My question is would such a thing be possible? I'm running Microsoft Server 2008 R2 SP2, and would be installing Exchange 2007. (out of box SP?)
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