Longtime WHS user, in fact still on V1. Now that Windows 10 won't support a connector, are there any NAS devices that will give me the same simplicity that WHS provides for backup like the connector and over network restore? Will a device that runs Windows Storage Server give me the same functionality? I'd love some recommendations to backup the OS of 4-5 machines at a sub 1k price
Hi guys, I have recently put Win 10 Pro on two laptops and connected to a WS2012E R2 domain. I've pretty much got everything working as wanted and am now applying the 'polish'. One of the thing I'd now like to do is disable/remove OneDrive from the clients. I have seen that it can be done using a Local Group Policy, and want to do the same/similar but using a DC policy instead. Can some one point me in the right direction fo this? Local Group Policy instructions: https://techjourney.net/disable-or-uninstall-onedrive-completely-in-windows-10/ Thanks
To follow up on the above, today I noticed an alert for the server (see attached). Now the second one got me thinking, so I went into the Dashboard, and sure enough there was no users, so then I started the service and my users appeared. Now all I need to work out is why the services are not starting when the server reboots.
Today I was faced with this problem, WHS2011 had been running find for around 4.5 years. I thought I'd try re-installing the connector software, but got an error after entering the server password. Now at some point before reinstalling the connector software I restarted the server and also made sure the above was running, and restarted the service anyway. Before continuing with the connector installation I checked the Dashboard from within the server and all my users had come back. Perhaps the Certificate Web Service had stopped prior to the reboot, perhaps it was just the reboot that fixed, I don't know but this may be helpful to someone else.