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icalcs – Backing up Permissions

Posted by robd on May 10, 2019
powershell, Server / No Comments

I wanted to make some changes to some permissions on mass today but decided it would be prudent to backup the permissions first.

So I used icals, to do this I first ran CMD as admin, then mapped the share drive with “Net Use“.

Why didn’t I do this on the server hosting the files?  UAC gets in the way and is a pain the bum.

To backup the permissions:

Swicthes:

/t – Performs the operation on all specified files in the current directory and its subdirectories.

/c – Continues the operation despite any file errors. Error messages will still be displayed.

Then to restore:

 

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DNS for a subdomain

Posted by robd on May 08, 2014
DNS / No Comments

Hi All,

My company uses a sub domain for a satellite office, all works fine and replication takes places etc etc.

The problem I had was with DNS.  I’m based in Contoso.local and I cannot ping any device the sub-domain Sub.contoso.local without fully qualifying the domain.

For example if I ping a server1 on the subdomain using

DNS cannot route the command where as if I type

it works fine.

I’ve checked DNS on Contoso.local and there are conditional forwarders to Sub.contoso.local:

DNS_Issue

So how can I get around this??  The answer is to add a DNS Suffix locally or to all the domain devices via group policy:

Group policy:

Computer Policy > Policies > Administrative Templates > Network/DNS Client > DNS Suffix Search List.

DNS_Issue_GP_Suffix

Then GPUPDATE /force your client and run IPCONFIG /ALL and you should see:

DNS_Issue_IPCONFIG

 

 

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