None of these are irreversible situations, but it takes some manual work to remove references to an improperly decommissioned namespace server as detailed here (and check out all those errors you could cause!
): Before decommissioning a namespace server, remove the server from all namespaces using dfsmgmt or dfsutil.
This is because Firefox needs certain files registered that are not found in Windows natively, but are found in both Activ Client & Open SC. All other card types are not PIV-II-compliant [and should have been replaced before 1 October 2012] and cannot be used with Windows 7 & 8 without Activ Client.
To definitively determine if your CAC is PIV-II-compliant, use the following directions.
Explorer gets is information from NTFS, by using a cmd prompt and "dir" we found that the NTFS metadata for the files is not updated until the handle to a file is closed.
These are resident on the server at all times, regardless of whether Terminal Services is enabled or not.
Remote Desktop client: The client software is an application that establishes and maintains the connection between a client and a server computer running Terminal Services.
Over a year ago, Warren created an ASKDS blog post covering common DFS Replication (DFSR) mistakes and oversights.
Someone asked me recently where the common DFS Namespaces (DFSN) mistakes article was located. Below you will find details about the more common configuration mistakes or oversights with the DFSN service. Where possible, I provided links for additional details.