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I finally figured it out. Turned out it was a Visual Studio issue. Right-clicking on the project in the Project Explorer window and selecting refresh folder forced the authentication prompt to come up, and the error never returned. I am guessing Visual Studio may have had some type of cached credential feature that may have caused this.


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A packet capture is your fried here. Start a long running capture open with a filter for just the two servers set, also run it on both servers to compare the results. When troubleshooting something like this I look for resets on the connections and any long waits between connections. Wireshark will do the trick. Set the capture filter on Server1 to 'host ...


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To answer my own question, the problem was in the DNS lookup. After I cleared the DNS cache on the RDS03 (where the inconsistent behavior occured). ipconfig /flushdns I did a cluster refresh on the RDS03 NLB Manager and noticed that it did a DNS lookup for RDS01. Now I knew for sure the NLB Manager was using hostnames to communicate. The DNS server ...


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Since the drive worked normally in windows I thought the optical drive couldn't be the issue. But after I changed the drive it worked. -->For other users experiencing this problem just try a different optical drive. (Also when it works normally in windows)


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According to this post you should be able to access the files via WebDav. Accessing Amazon S3 via WebDav Therefore, in theory, the Server / Computer which you would like to upload files from could have a Batch File setup on it to map the WebDav folder to a drive letter on that machine and then execute a robocopy command from the local drive and folder to ...


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Lets calm down.. Probaly your CPU isn't 64 bits. So first check if your windows 7 and ubuntu are for 32 bits When you reset your bios you desordered the Boot device priority. go to your Bios. search for Boot options, boot order and READ how to place your USB or DVD , etc on top. save ( commonly F10) and exit Archlinux comes with dual architecture ...


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Also, take a look at the new Azure RemoteApp - also by the Remote Dekstop Services team at Microsoft: https://www.remoteapp.windowsazure.com/ . This allows you to run your programs from cloud VMs (same technology as on premise, in theory you just save on maintenance costs). It's in Public Preview now (so it's free) and the cloud deployment comes with a ...


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Technically you can set up a Terminal Server (Win2k12: Remote Desktop Services) and install Office for all users. You would have to contact your Microsoft Reseller for licensing options (I have it seen being done legally, so it is possible). Keep in mind that you also need Client Access Licenses for the terminal server. As for your second question, you ...


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No, Office licenses cover desktops using office. If you remotely access Office you must have a license for each desktop doing so. "Every device that uses Windows Server Remote Desktop Services to remotely access Microsoft Office requires a Remote Desktop Services CAL, in addition to Windows Server CAL and a Microsoft Office license. Dedicate a Microsoft ...


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You need to enable the Windows Audio service. Run services.msc and find Windows Audio. Right click and select Properties and set Startup Type to Automatic. Hit Apply and then Start. You may need to set the correct audio device under Control Panel > Manage Audio Devices or Sound.


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When you use -S option, your outgoing ICMP echo request packets are sent out with with the IP timestamp option, more precisely with IP timestamp and flag 1, meaning each router along the path of your ICMP packet inserts it's IP+TIMESTAMP in a special zone of the IP header. There is room for only 4 IP:TIMESTAMP pairs in the header, hence the limitation to 4 ...


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There are a few suggestions here. I think this is best suited to you: for %I in (test.jpg) do @echo %~zI


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Well, did you try running these commands: netsh winsock reset all netsh int 6to4 reset all netsh int ipv4 reset all netsh int ipv6 reset all netsh int httpstunnel reset all netsh int isatap reset all netsh int portproxy reset all netsh int tcp reset all netsh int teredo reset all ?


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In Group Policy, you can use the Site to Zone assignment list to place the site in question into the trusted sites zone instead. Compatibility view is disabled by default in that zone.


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To tell Internet Explorer not to use Compatibility Mode on your site, use the following meta tag (or a variation thereof) in the head section of your site: <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=9; IE=8; IE=EDGE" /> Note that this tag must be the first tag inside the head tag. For more information, visit: Specifying legacy document modes



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