Manually clearing ConflictAndDeleted DFRS content

If you are ever in Windows Administrator career used DFRS, you must have had “problems” with ConfilicAndDeleted folder. If that folder filled, you could have potential problems with in-time replication between servers. You can do that on two ways manually, and complete process will be finished in few minutes.   Emptying out the ConflictAndDeleted folder without shutting…

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How to completely disable IPv6

Starting from Vista / Server 2008, Microsoft includes native support for IPv6 and is enabled by default. But sometimes you don’t need IPv6, and want to completely disable IPv6. The proper way to disable IPv6 is to disable via the registry. In registry editor (regedit), navigate to HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\TCPIP6\Parameters. Create new DWORD (32-bit) value with name DisabledComponents and add…

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Multiple Concurrent RDP Sessions in Windows

In Windows client operating systems, only one simultaneous incoming RDP connection is supported. That’s means that only one user can simultaneously connect to a Windows computer using RDP. When you trying to start the second RDP session, a message “Another user is signed in. If you continue they’ll be disconnected. Do you want to sign…

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Windows Server 2016 Nested Virtualization

In one of previous posts, I show you how to configure nested virtualization on VMware ESXi. Now, I will show you same feature on Windows Server 2016. With TP4 of Windows Server 2016, Microsoft introduced Nested Virtualization in Windows Server Hyper-V. As I said earlier, nested virtualization allows you to run a hypervisor inside a…

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How to upgrade Windows 2012 R2 evaluation to full version?

Although is Windows Server 2012 R2 “old” OS, before few weeks I had to license evaluation version of Windows Server 2012 R2. Process is very simple, but change the license key requires use of CLI instead GUI. By Microsoft, that is not “just” licensing, that is upgrade to Windows Server 2012 R2. At the first…

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