Category Archives: Windows Server

Deployment of Certificates to Workstations for Wireless Authentication

There are three things to do… 1. Setup Group Policy to auto enroll workstations and servers with certificates 2. Install Enterprise Certificate Authority 3. Setup NPS to allows devices that have certificates issued by the CA to be allowed to … Continue reading

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2008 R2 Domain Controllers unable to communicate to root DNS servers

I upgraded a domain with two local domain controllers from 2003 to 2008 R2. I installed two new dcs, then moved the fsmo roles over and flipped ip addresses. That way i did not have to deal with issues of … Continue reading

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Network Load Balancing Windows 2008 R2

For this verison of windows, it requires both NICs to have a Gateway. This is because Windows 2008 R2 uses something called a Strong Host Model. Someone else says: Now I tested web site access from an external IP and … Continue reading

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