Here's the scenario - I have two Windows 7 Embedded systems joined to our domain (a 2008R2 Functional Level). One will be online, the other powered down, staged as a backup to replace the first as a passive fail-over should the need arise. They will have the same IP addresses, but not the same computer names.
My question - will the backup system remain joined to the domain when powered on after say 6 month? Does the computer object become stale after a set amount of time, or should I plan on requiring the backup system to be re-joined to the domain upon bootup?
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By default the complete memory dump option is disabled in windows . If we want to enable the complete memory dump for a diagnostic purpose, we have a solution for it. here we are using the registry method to enable this.
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Error message when you use the Add Printer Wizard to share a printer:
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