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I have been to many KB articles about CA root cert validation period and still have doubt about it and want to clear it. I am about to work on a root CA to increase the validity period as well to increases the issued certificate period.
We have a CA root server and this  server is issuing (no subordinate server in place) the certificate with five years . We now want to renew the CA 's root cert as well as the issued certs period to another 5 years.
My understanding from the EE, nothing I can do with issued certificates and they will expire what ever I do with root server. In this case , I first have to change the validity period in CApolicy.inf file and renew the certificate of CA root server to 10 years, hence this will increase the validation of CA's root certificate as desired (10 years or more).
But the old issued certificates to the clients are chained to old issued template, in this case, the old issued certificates will be expired soon even after changing the value of CAplicy.inf file .
To remediate the issue, the next step is that I have to create new issuing template and issue the certificates to client by GPO.
I have to issue the listed below commands to the server In order for me to set  the  AD's templates period to 5 years as we want otherwise the AD's templates will be staying with old's validation period?
certutil -setreg CA\ValidityPeriodUnits 10
certutil -setreg CA\ValidityPeriod Years
net stop certsvc && net start certsvc

In conclusion, I have to…
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Hi All

I have a WIM file that I am trying to deploy via USB.

Please can someone assist me.

The PC that I am using has Windows 10 1803 with the ADK installed.

The WIM only has one image.
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Hi experts,
Is it possible to have portable ansible and python for Linux pls

At least portable ansible
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We are looking for a simple yet effective way todo the following,

Scenario. We order 100 laptops, from manufacturer with Windows 10 OEM locally. We want to install 1 laptop with OEM Windows 10, patch, Office package etc and create a standard image. Then we want to deploy the same image to all other 99 laptops and activate each laptop using its unique OEM key thats inside the BIOS (nowadays they do this).

What tool is the simplest best way to Capture image and Deploy it over network in a great way? We can use a Win server, NAS or whatever to store the server centrally.

Thanks
Joe
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I am writing a software removal program, and want to uninstall a context menu driver. Just unregistering the driver while Windows File Explorer is open causes a Windows error "Program has stopped working" when trying to unregister the dll. Closing file explorer first and then running the program works fine.

Here is the unregister code I am using now:

HINSTANCE hLib = LoadLibraryW(szDllPath);

    if (hLib == NULL)
    {
		DWORD dwErrorCode = GetLastError();
		szError.Format(_T("\nWindows could not load library %s due to %s"),szDllName,getLastWinError(dwErrorCode));
		return false;            
    }

    typedef HRESULT (CALLBACK *HCRET)(void);
    HCRET lpfnDllRegisterServer;

    // Find the entry point
    lpfnDllRegisterServer = (HCRET)GetProcAddress(hLib, "DllUnregisterServer");



    if (lpfnDllRegisterServer == NULL)
    {
		szError = NEWLINE;
		szError = ERR_PROCEDURE_ADDRESS;
		return false;            
    }

    // Call the function by function pointer..
    if (FAILED((*lpfnDllRegisterServer)()))            
    {   
		szError.Format(_T("\nWindows could not unregister context menu driver %s!"),szDllName);
		return false;            
    }

    FreeLibrary(hLib);

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What is the best way to go about this to avoid this Windows error?
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