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    Windows 2012 AD

    Yeha they are in a different OU but thought that shouldn't matter. I tried rejoining one machine which is now back on there.
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    Windows 2012 AD

    Sorry, Yeah i cannot see them in the AD Users & Computers Window, under the computers folder. PC's connected to the domain normally display into that folder.
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    Windows 2012 AD

    Some PC's on the network are not showing up in the AD. They are all connected to the domain and see the policies such as printers, server mappings etc . Any ideas?
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    Remote Desktop

    Great thank you all fixed!
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    Remote Desktop

    I have Windows 10 Version 1830 PC which is one most of the time. I can normally remote into it.... however i just gave it a restart without doing any changes to it. Now i cannot remote in. Any ideas or suggestions why?
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    Deploying files to multiple Computers (Batch?)

    Does that do more than 1 computer at once
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    Deploying files to multiple Computers (Batch?)

    Yeah i am using batscript but cannot find a way to extract the zipped folder. See below inside folder ONE there is a zip file, i am looking that to copy over and when it copys over, the zip will extract. @echo off timeout /t 5 robocopy.exe "C:\one" "\\PC1\e\Test" /e robocopy.exe "C:\one" "\\PC2\e\Test" /e exit
  8. Not sure if I am writing in the correct place so sorry in advanced. I am constently updating folders thoughtout 20 Windows PC's and was wondering if there is a sutible way to copy them over to each machine at the same time? I have looked into batch script using robocopy. However because of the size of the files it would be best to compress them before. Is there a way to use robocopy to copy the commpress folder and to extract it when the folder has moved over to the PC's Or can anyone think or any alternitive methord but not copy and past indervidually. I do not want to spend money.
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    Run a program before logon

    Is there a way to run a program on Windows startup before a user login? I looked there could be a way using group policy but unsure what script to use.
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    Windows Network IP issue

    I am sure the PC's in the active directory DHCP should have should have the clock icon rather than the pen Active lease, DNS dynamic update pending. This address is not available for lease by the DHCP server. Cant find anything that will fix it on google i have done a ipconfig /release.
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    Windows Network IP issue

    VNC is a shout. But i am confused why its doing this all of a sudden. Could it be the DNS?
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    Windows Network IP issue

    I am having issues remoting in using computer names. I have spent long enough trying to work this out but not getting a solution. So did NSlookup to try and find the computer ip. Lets say computer 1 is the PC i want to connect to. nslookup computer1 Result Name: Computer1 IP 192.168.1.25 I tried to log in using the ip but did not have any luck... I looked at the dhcp saw the PC name on there with the ip address of 192.168.0.10 which managed to work and i can log in. I want to work out why the computer name could not login. So i did another NSlookup nslookup 192.168.1.10 Result Name: Phone Address: 192.168.1.10 That ip address apears to be a phone which its not correct Any idea whats going wrong and how i can fix it? It is all working with a Windows Active directory
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    Free or cheap DDNS service with own domain?

    hold on miss read that ignore what i said haha
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    Free or cheap DDNS service with own domain?

    How much space do you need? And are you looking for somthing like a VPS?
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    PPTP VPN or not?

    Thank you for your comments L2TP seems good. Easy to setup on a 2012 Server
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