A0.lab) to use the root DC as its DNS server, and I've started the promotion wizard; I've filled in all the parameters, including the user account of the domain admin for the root domain and the option to create a DNS delegation; all the prerequisite checks are successful.
When I start the actual promotion process, it stalls at the "Replicating the schema directory partition" stage.
What I want to achieve is to have both systems up and running where Windows saves some data on the drive and Ubuntu copies it to another location and deletes it afterwards from this shared one. The VMs are in separated networks and this drive should be the only "interface".
When booting Ubuntu first, where Windows is still shut down, and mounting the partition it first seems to be fine.
(1908) directory service: DCA0.a0Extensive error information: Error value: A security package specific error occurred.
1825 directory service: DCA1 Additional Data Internal ID: 5000e02 Internal event: This log entry is a continuation from the preceding extended error information entry on the following error and directory service.
The Archive Shuttle 'Moved Failed Items' function... DETAILS Some error hashes are as follows: ISSUE From time to time the list of Failed Items in a migration can grow quite large.
OVERVIEW It may happen that you need more detailed TRACE logs related to shortcut processing when updating original values (Archive ID, Save Set ID) to new ones when the Fix Shortcut command is being performed. SUMMARY This article gives a description relating to special folders which are not part of Archive Shuttle search and shortcut processing command execution.
DETAILS Shortcut processing commands like Fix Shortcuts (Fix Shortcuts) and Delete Shortcuts (De...
I'm facing the following problem: As the title already says, I want to share a partition between a Windows Server 2012 R2 and an Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS machine.
Some more background information first: Both systems are running simultanously, each one as a VM, on one ESXi host (no dual-boot) - so one host, two running guests.