One of the bizarre pain-points of administering Active Directory Users and Computers is that you cannot edit Object attributes directly from Search. What do I mean about this? Here is an example. I’m searching for myself here.
I can see my object, but when I open it, I only see a subset of the available properties for the object. Notable missing is the ‘Attribute Editor’ tab.
This is a little quicky. I’ve found the documentation both on TechNet and in PowerShell’s in-line help to be very lacking for the new Configuration Manager Commandlettes, so I did the work to figure them out on my own and will post some of what I’ve learned here. I recently needed to configure Bandwidth Control for a client and loathed manually setting these options on all of the servers, so I turned to PS. In my example, I needed to restrict package transfer at certain times, and during those times, also control how much bandwidth was being used.
To limit package transfers between all servers to Medium and High priority between 6 and 5:00 (corresponding to the Schedule Tab under Administration|Hierarchy Configuration|File Replication)
Since I’ve rebuilt my home testlab as a Server 2012 R2 box, I’ve been unable to connect to my companies VPN, which has caused me a world of…well, minor inconveniences. This will not do!
The message I would get upon connection was:
AnyConnect profile settings mandate a single local user, but multiple local users are currently logged into your computer. A VPN connection will not be established.
AnyConnect was not able to establish a connection to the specified secure gateway. Please try connecting again.