• Ronnie Wong

    @eric-tang,

    I'm waiting to here some information on what has occurred here, hopefully it will be resolved soon.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @danny-swarbrick,

    Please submit this by clicking on Course Request link in our Course Library. This is the official way that ITProTV tracks these requests. It makes sure that I don't forget to mention it. Thanks for suggestion!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @brian-carson,

    "...there are issues with radius and external authentication, although it is 
    probably fixed by now for basic auth; I use either AD or TACACS without issue."
    
    Thanks for writing, Todd
    

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @brian-carson,

    I hope he'll answer my message to him...but I'm not sure either. The only thing that I can even think of is that the whole authentication process with RADIUS is not protected and only the password is encrypted...I wish I could tell you this is what was on Lammle's mind but I'm not sure it was.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @brian-carson,

    Apologies for the delay...
    I was hoping to hear from Mr. Lammle himself on this question. I've reached out to him. But I'll asked the other guys here to see if they know of any reason this would be the case and try to see if we can find if this is a logical reason or just a preferential reason for his choice.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    My rule of thumb on this is that if VMWare Fusion or Workstation update, I also take the time to update the VMWare Tools installed on the VM itself. I've not run a Linux VM in a while for anything but a lab machine but I remember running the install.sh or whatever it was called and got a message saying to download the linux tools (whatever that was called) from the repo instead of the using the VMware tools.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    Thanks, we've got these issues into the production workflow!

    posted in CompTIA read more
  • Ronnie Wong

    @penny-witherspoon,

    if you look at upper right end of the PLABDC01 bar there is the i for information. This will show you the information you're looking for. I've included the screenshot.

    0_1536177825670_Screenshot 2018-09-05 16.03.30.png

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @frank-kemeling,
    Please let us know what particular series you're watching. This will help us to locate the episode and the notes for you.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @armand-nouri,

    As @Adam-Gordon wrote and probably the first suggestion you should try! I hope this works for you...

    I've had this happen on clustered Terminal Servers (today RDS servers) before. After inspecting the permissions and trying the fix that Adam suggested...it still didn't work in that instance.

    In the end, I had to copy everyone's profile data to another location with their data. I then deleted their profiles on the servers and restored the default user profile...then had everyone log back in to create a new profile...finally I had to restore all the user profile data and files to the newly created users' folders. I would definitely say that mine was the worst case scenario and I had to do this over the span of a week taking 20 users at a time and doing this process so that the entire workforce wasn't down.

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