Hey guys, I am struggling with Snapmirror on a CDOT 9.1P11 FAS2620 where I need to be able to turn off Snapmirror on the filer so that all of the TCP connections to the source filers on pot 11105 can close out. We use Riverbed WAN accelerators and even if I quiesce the relationships, these TCP connections to the remote filers are not closing out. This is causing Preexisting connections on the RB which is causing the traffic to be passthrough and not optimized.
So I have 2 questions really...
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Coming from 7-Mode filers where we had nightly.0, nightly.1 etc. Same goes hourly and weekly snaps.
How do we have the same naming convention with CDOT? Right now my snaps are weekly.2018-04-30 etc. I really want to stick with the previous naming convention.
Is this possible?
Guys, we are in the middle of a migration from 2010 to 2016 and are facing a couple of issues.
Internally, our Lync/Skype clients are getting EWS not fully initialized and the client is asking for Exchange creds which it doesn't take. Keeps prompting for them in the client.
Outlook 2016 client unable to connect internally to 2016 CAS servers. The mailbox was moved to 2016. OWA and ActiveSync work fine though. I believe the 2010 clients are doing okay.
Suggestions on where to look?
I have an issue where some of our users keep a lot of PST files attached to their Outlook that live on the network. When they are working remotely on DirectAccess, Outlook will frequently crash or freeze up because its trying to communicate to the network share. This leads to PST corruption.
Does anyone have successful experience with setting up a GPO for offline folders? I am open to suggestions as we need to find a solution for this.
Clients are currently W7 but moving to W10 Q2 this year.
Our goal is for the PST's to be local to their machines which would require us to remap their PST's in Outlook but then the PST's will sync to the network share where we can back them up.
Hey guys, I have an existing 5.3 View environment and am migrating to a new 7.2 environment.
We spun up a completely new 7.2 environment and gave it a temporary dns name for those to test with. Now I am looking to do the final cutover and decomm the 5.3 environment.
As a test I moved over one of the old ESX servers to the new vcenter environment and am recreating the pool for it on the 7.2 side. The pool creates but the VM's are saying that "No network connection between the view agent and connection server. Please verify the desktop can ping the connection server via the FQDN".
I connected to one of the linked clones I spun up and it is on the network and has can ping the the servers via FQDN.
Would the issue here be related to the older view agent these VM's are running?
Anything else I should be looking out for as I try to work through the final cutover?
Hey guys... i have 3 Roku’s in the house but this Premiere+ unit is giving me trouble where the video is stuttering and seeing some ghosting of image. A couple of good examples are watching Planet Earth II and Grand Tour where they gave these panning moving shots of the mountains or cars and the video is just not smooth at all. If I keep my TV settings the same and plug my Roku 3 into the same TV, the video on these same programs is smooth and clear with no ghosting.
What can I do to troubleshoot this? Any hidden menu’s or options I can mess with?
It looks like my basic Universal RF20 blaster is no longer working so I am trying to consider a replacement. Does anyone have any recommendations on a WiFi based remote? I would like to eliminate the physical remote and just use an app on an ipad or smart phone. My equipment is in the basement closet so that was the reason for using RF previously.
Does such a product exist?
I have an old 2003 Exchange server that I restored from a tape backup and I have a need to restore all of the mailboxes for a litigation case.
This server is from a different AD domain which no longer exists.
My production Exchange server is 2010. How would I got about getting to these old mailboxes so I can export them out to PST?
We are using a WLC 5508 with 3602 AP's and when a client is on the corporate WiFi and someone tries to RDP to that wireless client, the wireless client gets kicked off the WiFi. We lose ping to them all together and we have to manually put them back onto the network.
Our WLAN profile is pushed out through GPO and we do not broadcast our SSID.
Anybody have any ideas on how to troubleshoot this?
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Didn't find much searching online so figured I would ask here.
Internal user on Exchange 2010 SP3 is unable to send an email to an external client that has an apostrophe in it. Our server gives back:
How do we prevent this from popping up for all of our internal web servers? I remember something about needing to do something on the internal CA and installing a certificate onto our web servers. Does anyone have the steps?
Again this is only for our internal web pages; things like Cisco Call manager portals, APC portals etc.
We are going to doing a W7 to W10 upgrade across the firm. It looks like we are still having issues with our W10 test pool consistently accessing CIFS shares on 7-mode files running either 8.1.4 or 8.2.4 code.
Does anyone have any workaround for this besides disabling smb2/3on the W10 client or smb2 on the netapps?
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I am running the latest 7-Mode OnTap's and my domain is still running at 2003 because we have a legacy StoreVault still in production. I am going to be removing that from the network soon and wanted to find out if 7-mode supports 2012 AD functioning level or just 2008 or 2008 R2?