How is everyone liking it so far?
It is almost like XCP-ng but with a nice Web GUI and with KVM. That said I have know of this for a while, I am just not sure what your tie is to it but it is a legit system.
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@flaxking You are correct, however for my own sanity I place it on the GPO that needs it otherwise it is harder to track down which one is adding it.
I ran into an issue with Adobe Reader preventing users on my RDS server from printing PDFs that is solved by disabling protected mode.
I created a GPO with a User configuration GPP update for the corresponding DWORD value. The only way I have gotten it to work, is if I apply the GPO to the OU that contains the AD user object and have the Security filtering set to a group of users or a single user. I have tried item-level targeting to only apply to the RDS server, but it applies to any system that the user logs into.
I also tried the opposite- Linking the GPO to the server OU and setting the Security Filtering to only the computer account for the RDS server and item-level targeting to a specific group of AD users. This didn't do anything.
How can I set it to update HKCU only for users on the RDS server?
You can do a item level target based on the RDS server instead as well.
You have to enable loopback processing for the server and then it will process user configuration linked to it
Where would I do this? In the same GPO that I am setting the GPP?
I'm sure this is spam, but I wanted to run it by you guys anyhow.
A single user at a client received more than 50 emails with the subject
SMTP Cracker User-ID Num: [1862B4C]
I won't post the header publicly, but will with a few offline.
Anyone seen a subject like this before?
The emails that have bodies are talking about using a compromised site and they provide the username and password for doing relaying. many of the emails though have no body, only a subject.
I would agree with your assessment. I can see the header offline if you want.
Useless tamper protection.
I have a script that also removes it as well without any Tamper Protection unlock and remnants