Today I had to do this for an isolated network, it was a great reminder 🙂 https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/5a69ed0c-2fcf-483c-ab1d-ad5b16fa32ca/isolated-network-without-internet-access-how-do-i-make-the-yellow-no-internet-access-icon-go?forum=w7itpronetworking I had some missing GPO templates (2008 R2 server) which are easily obtained from Microsoft Installation is straight forward and explained under Install Instructions. And yes, you need both policies enabled.
Few days ago I managed to close my powershell window during an remote desktop session to a core server and I stumbled silly into the empty screen 🙂 After googling for a while I learned that your savior in this situation is: CTRL + ALT + END Give it a try, it is really worthy!
Studying for SharePoint 2013 exam, I’ve decided to install it in my lab and as usual I had some issues. I was thinking to use SQL server on premises used for SCCM 2012 R2 test lab, but it is 32-bit, therefore, unusable. Due to the limited resources (You know, RAM goes first) I ended installing 64-bit SQL Server 2012 SP1 on the same server (standard 2012 R2) side-by-side with 32-bit SQL. It’s not the best practice, but it is OK for a constantly changing test lab. Installation was pretty straight forward, all prerequisites were already installed and in minutes 64-bit SQL server was in place. I have two pre-created domain accounts sqladmin and spsservice used… Read More »SharePoint 2013 Instalation Tips