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So, there's me, resolving some FRS issues at work

Discussion in 'Networks' started by zebulebu, May 29, 2007.

  1. zebulebu

    zebulebu Terabyte Poster

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    Damn complicated stuff - a few sites having some issues replicating FRS sets, issues with the SysVol share on some DCs and junk.

    So I figures, 'you know what? I've munged my infrastructure at home a lot over the past three or four years, so lets run SONAR against my DCs and see if I can make head or tail of the problems it throws up'.

    A cunning plan, I thought - at least then I'd be able to fiddle and have a look without breaking anything serious.

    So I ran it - what did I find?

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    :rolleyes: Everything works perfectly on my network

    I rock! :rocks

    Of course, thats even more proof that my network doesn't prepare me in the sligghtest for the 'real world' :lolbang
     
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  2. Sparky
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    I`ll send my mate round, last time he was messing around with the sysvol folder (group policy replication problem) he somehow managed to lose the whole domain! After a reboot there wasn’t an option to log onto the domain.

    One way to get a heart attack that’s for sure! :biggrin
     
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  3. zebulebu

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    LOLOL - that's why I thought I'd try some stuff out on my domain - no WAY am I brutalising anything important at work. Last time we had a major issue was when two utter, utter toolbags decided to take it upon themselves to recreate the trust relationship between our old NT domain and the AD one - in the middle of the day. there were some (ahem) 'interesting' WINS issues as a result, that I still get nightmares from to this day...
     
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  4. Sparky
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    FFS! Sounds like a nightmare! :biggrin
     
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  5. juice142

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    Jeez, Louise.

    I'm on my hols this week but I sneeky peek twice a day to check that I'm not going to be called in.

    You know what someone wanted me to look at today? The f*cking CCTV monitor.

    If that's IT I'm a Dutchman (no offence Tinus (and d-, if you're coming in via ouija)).

    The temptation to email back hasn't left me, and I've been at the booze all afternoon.

    I may go in for the kill tomorrow...

    And take the plug off their kettle. 8)

    J.
     
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    Might say that at work from now on. Almost lost the plot when I was asked about a Sky digibox the other day! :rolleyes:
     
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  7. zebulebu

    zebulebu Terabyte Poster

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    My God - coincidence or what!

    Last week the Mail admin was sitting opposite me when some **** ponced in, plonked himself down on a chair and said 'You're the email bloke, right?' After a mumbled assertion to the positive from my colleague he said 'Well, I've got this problem with Sky broadband. I can't set up my email to work through my Sky digibox'.

    I stood up and said 'Mate - you;ve got a LOT of calls in your queue - you need to get on top of them because you're so busy (hint bloody hint). The bloke only got up and said - I've got a meeting to go to - I'll come back later. Cheeky prick.

    I'd have done what i did with lawyers I used to work with who used to try and get free tech support from me - tell them my hourly rate is £65 - minimum charge one hour.
     
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  8. shaggy

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    im shocked, i have no idea about anything mentioned in your first post haha
     
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