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Joining Active Directory from OS X

We have added a Mac (OS X 10.9) to Active Directory and mapped a uid of 10000 for a user called "Administrator", along with the gid of 80, to allow it to be a member of the administrator's group. ...
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Give rights to a sub map on my domain?

Is it possible to safely give other people FTP rights to one or more sub-maps within my domain? I want people that know how to work with FTP clients directly upload to my domain instead of using my ...
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Why does my Windows login screen display another username?

On my company's computer at work, I found another person's username on my login dialog for Exchange. I examined the security logs and found no traces of remote or local access. No one uses this ...
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Windows XP - Forced to login as Guest when accessing a computer through Windows Explorer

In Windows XP, when I attempt to connect to one of my co-workers computers to share files, I get the following screen: I cannot enter a username, because the username text box is disabled; I can ...
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Block domain, website, without waiting for localhost (hosts)

There is a related question here. I can use Administrator, install extra software, whatever needs to be done. My problem is: I can't block websites entirely. Like in AdBlock Plus, you add a rule ...
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Workstation trust relationship missing on domain member PC

I have a PC that my colleague tried to switch from domain membership back to workgroup a short while ago. I corrected most of the ensuing chaos with a system restore, but now although the PC seems to ...
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How to get a PC back on a domain without logging on to the PC itself

A colleague removed a PC from our NT domain by changing the network config to use a workgroup. Now we cannot log on to the machine at all, because the only two local machine accounts, Administrator ...
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What is 1e100.net and why do I have TCP ports open to it?

I see my PC has TCP connections open to 1e100.net. Looking at the content this seems to be a Chinese site and I immediately feared the worst re viruses/malware. Then I checked the whois record and ...