Thanks. We'll give machine auth a go after our bank holiday and see how that goes. Seems like it could be the better way to go - as you say, allowing both computer and user auth for other non-domain devices.
We have two domains in separate forests also, so I believe we need an NPS proxy in...
We're set to use user authentication - but the group policy settings for SSO are set to 'Before logon' - which so far as I can tell is to get around this? The other option is 'after logon' - which is obviously no good. I know startup policies won't work in this scenario (unless the machine is...
VPN? I'm not using a VPN in this scenario at all.
I know what the error code means, what I can't figure out is why it is happening.
I'll add - once logged in and at the desktop, network connectivity is up and working - including accessing the policy file the event error complaints about.
I'm running out of ideas on this... we're trying to setup WPA-Enterprise with our Ubiquiti wireless, and to a point it is working great. Logon to a laptop with your domain credentials and you can connect to the SSID without needing to enter any additional credentials etc. This also works...
Gave that a quick try and it seems to be happy - Status: success. Will reboot them tomorrow morning.
Chasing a routing/VLAN problem with the management interface now that I think is related to the MLT being confused when I powered them back up, just not sure why yet.
Manually? No - given autosavetonvramenabled was checked, it seems unnecessary to have to manually save at any point. Automatically it seems it didn't; I've never seen anything to confirm a save has happened either thinking about it.
I have powered down these switches before without issue...
This weekend I had to replace the cabinet a stacked pair of Avaya ERS 4550 switches lived in. Nice and tidy now :)
I hit a problem though when I powered the switches back up. Both were plugged into the cabinet's UPS while it was off - so they both came on at the same time the UPS was turned...
I do this using thin clients that are capable of joining a VNC server at start up. So a small lightweight and low power consuming box that needs virtually no input to get working once configured. Netvoyager LX1010s and LX1022s currently, but I'm sure there are others that do it.
The VNC server...
I found your TAP mode OpenVPN tutorial to be a great help - needed TAP to work around a softphone issue and its working great :) Thanks!
Looking forward to seeing the mail filtering one - like Wizdum we're paying out for anti spam and its ridiculous.
Cisco not a big player then?
Used multiple 7921Gs in a previous job and never had a problem with them. Definitely roamed without a problem, and never dropped a call. Not sure what wireless infrastructure supported them in that case, but the phones themselves were great.
You want one that uses the same type of compressor as a fridge - like this
Dentists often use this type. Search for silent pancake compressors and you should find some :)