windows server 2008 r2

  1. lochlomonder

    Microsoft Updates Causing Freezes

    Just a heads up for our community: I've been reading multiple reports (see example) of updates KB4493472 and KB4493446 causing freezing issues on Windows 7, Windows 8, Server 2008 R2, and Server 2012 R2. I would recommend avoiding installation entirely until Microsoft determines a solution.
  2. J

    Have to retype password when connecting to server with RDP

    So I have a desktop with Windows 7 and a server with win server 2008r2. I have remote desktop setup with the username and password to connect to the server. Everytime it says something like authentication failed or something similar with the saved password, but if I type in the same password...
  3. J

    Always have to retype password for it to connect to server

    So I have a desktop with Windows 7 and a server with win server 2008r2. I have remote desktop setup with the username and password to connect to the server. Everytime it says something like authentication failed or something similar with the saved password, but if I type in the same password...
  4. B

    Cannot update computers connected to Windows 2008 R2 server

    I have 6+ years experience with Windows and Mac computers, but haven't had much experience with Server until my new job position. I'm now the sole Admin for a smallish company running a few very old Windows 2008 R2 server (we should be updating the whole shebang soon). I have almost no...
  5. I

    Failure configuring service pack

    Hi all My windows server 2008 r2 enterprise having a problem to login Its stuck before can login to windows Its appear like this: Failure configuring service pack reverting changes Do not turn off computer. i've been waiting for couple of days and still no changes. this happen after i do the...
  6. G

    Can't Communicate with Just One Device

    Hey everyone. I've got a real interesting problem and I can't seem to find a solution to. First, the background. I'm working on a small company network. The network has three separate locations with three separate subnets, those being 192.168.0.x, 192.168.3.x, and 192.168.8.x. All three subnets...
  7. T

    GPO not working?

    Hi all, i'm new to the whole group policy and DNS kind of work, I've spent a few days understanding it/how to setup i've got it all running now, i'm able to logon as a user on one of our client machines that's fine, but for some reason the group policy's haven't been applied. I've tried...
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