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skip to main content toggle navigation faultbucket about contact wordpress 403 error when saving post may 23, 2017may 2, 2017 jeff miles leave a comment while writing my last post, i encountered a strange error with wordpress. i had written up the majority of my post, and went to save the draft and received this error: i tried copying and pasting my text into a new post, and it still gave the error. i found i could still type a few words and save a draft, so i began experimenting with the remaining text of my post that hadn’t been saved yet. eventually i stumbled across the word “web dot config” like this (can’t type it obviously) when this was included in the body of my post, it would not save. this is a really hard item to come up with accurate search terms for, so i couldn’t find any specific references of anyone else having and solving this problem. i suspect it has something to do with the .htaccess and re-write rules configured within wordpress. nlb website behind azure application proxy may 9, 2017may 2, 2017 jeff miles leave a comment this is a quick post noting the minimum steps required to get a network load balanced website in iis accessible through azure ad application proxy. i’ve recently set this up for deltek iaccess, and after a bunch of minor issues and mis-configurations (which took me hours to find, of course) i thought it worthwhile to compile the information in one spot. note, when troubleshooting this process, many different items can be cached which causes problem solving to go down incorrect paths and assumptions. this was perhaps the most challenging part of getting this set up. you’ll likely need to use the following commands regularly, in addition to waiting for ad and dns sync intervals, and re-testing some minutes after changes are made in the azure portal. net stop dnscache && net start dnscache ipconfig /flushdns klist purge assumptions in this post are that nlb is already configured and working, and the website (or at least a portion of it) uses integrated windows authentication (otherwise many of these steps are unnecessary). determine your dns records. we have split dns and so used the same name internally and externally: “webapp.domain.com” create a cname in internal dns for “webapp.domain.com” to point to your nlb cluster name create a cname in external dns for ‘webapp.domain.com” to point to the provided azure application proxy name; likely something like app-domain.msappproxy.net in iis on each web host, set “useapppoolcredentials” to true using configuration editor (or web config directly) for the path: system.webserver/security/authentication/windowsauthentication in iis on each web host, configure the application pool identity to a domain user service account create an spn delegation in ad to match your dns name and this service account: setspn -s http/webapp.domain.com domain\username use this spn “http/webapp.domain.com” within the configuration of your azure ad application proxy. add this spn entry on the delegation tab of the azure ad proxy connector object in ad. you would search for the domain user service account, and select the http entry matching webapp.domain.com things you don’t have to do, discovered after some trial and error: use a cname vs a record for internal dns; both should work properly configure “disablestrictnamechecking” or “backconnectionhostnames”, as these apply to ntlm only, not kerberos grant ntfs permissions to the domain user service account on the web application files specify a specific hostname within iis binding configuration add the nlb cluster server names to your proxy connector delegation tab reliance on google may 2, 2017 jeff miles leave a comment before google, would i have been able to do my job effectively? i’ve been thinking about this question the past few weeks, after i saw it raised on a reddit post. if i was no longer able to use a search engine during daily work, what kind of impact would that have on my ability to perform my responsibilities? the most immediate result that comes to mind is the lack of ability to pick up syntax corrections and small code snippets/examples. i would be forced to be more organized in keeping my own examples and comments, and likely purchase additional resources to reference. in the scope of powershell it wouldn’t be as bad, as the help system built within powershell is excellent. i’ve built up enough experience and understanding about “how things work” that i would be able to succeed in my role, albeit certainly less efficient. overall, i think i’d do alright with the lack of the google, because i’m curious by nature. i investigate and seek to understand the concepts of technology i work with, not just the steps 1-2-3 to put it in place. i look for inter-dependencies in these platforms, and build upon a body of knowledge in how all the pieces fit together. my thoughts turned to knowledge transfer, and how i can model some of these skills i have attained with my team members. i expect that 20 years ago there was a much higher reliance on mentorship and relationship building in order to acquire the experience needed to deal with technology solutions, and i think the additional benefits of those relationships are lost on us in the workforce now. how can i continue to exceed my own expectations, and help uplift my team members in their quest to do the same? here are a couple minor ideas that have big implications: try, and sometimes fail exhaustively read documentation learn to dig for log files and packet captures write post-mortem documents for completed projects; what went right, what went wrong server 2016 vm freeze up march 23, 2017 jeff miles 2 comments i recently deployed a couple server 2016 virtual machines within my environment, and have been having an issue with them freezing up after periods of inactivity. symptoms would be inaccessible on the network, locked up from the hyper-v console (i.e. unresponsive to the ctrl+alt+del command), and not responding to any shutdown commands (from hyper-v or command line). i initially thought this might be an incompatibility with the hypervisor, as it is still server 2012 r2, or perhaps a missing hotfix/update but after some research this doesn’t seem to be the case. yesterday i finally hit on a lead sourced from this discussion thread, which indicates the problem originates from the pagefile being sourced on a separate vhdx. turns out this is exactly how i configure my vms, so that if i ever decide to protect or hyper-v replica the vm i can exclude it. the resolution for this particular issue is to: right click start menu choose “system” click “advanced system settings” under startup and recovery, click “settings” change the write debugging information dropdown to “none” the implications of this setting are that if windows crashes due to unexpected failure, it will not create a memory dump file. more detail can be found here. ultravnc and directaccess february 16, 2017 jeff miles leave a comment i’ve finally got ultravnc working properly with a computer connected through directaccess. here’s how a very brief description of how its working. first i deploy ultravnc 1.2.1.2 through a group policy shutdown script. ultravncinstall this script uninstalls previous versions, installs the latest version, copies the ultravnc.ini for standard settings, an acl file for active directory group integration, and then overwrites winvnc.exe with the ipv6 version provided by the creator. then it deletes the desktop icons and starts the service. the important part is that ipv6 executable, because otherwise the traffic will not pass through to the directaccess client. the other key note is that to make a connection, it needs to be a reverse vnc connection; initiated from the server (user) side. first, the technician needs to start a vncviewer listening session. the easiest way is to create a shortcut with this command target: "c:\program files\uvnc bvba\ultravnc\vncviewer.exe" -listen -dsmplugin securevncplugin64.dsm this will place an icon in your task tray, and prepare your computer for receiving the request. we deploy a shortcut to all workstations in the start menu that runs this command: "c:\program files\uvnc bvba\ultravnc\winvnc.exe" -connect when clicking on the shortcut, the user will be presented with a window, which they can enter the technician’s workstation name to connect. in this method, there is no authentication needed because it was initiated by the server. posts navigation 1 2 … 29 older posts search search for: serverfault recent commentsjeff miles on server 2016 vm freeze upjeff miles on peerlock reviewsuraj jadhav on peerlock reviewjeff miles on peerlock reviewsuraj jadhav on peerlock review recent posts wordpress 403 error when saving post nlb website behind azure application proxy reliance on google server 2016 vm freeze up ultravnc and directaccess people i read ask directory services ben armstrong scott hanselman the lone sysadmin the storage team – file cabinet blog working hard in it – didier van hoye archives archives select month may 2017 (3) march 2017 (1) february 2017 (2) january 2017 (1) november 2016 (1) october 2016 (1) september 2016 (1) july 2016 (3) june 2016 (1) april 2016 (1) march 2016 (2) february 2016 (2) december 2015 (1) november 2015 (4) october 2015 (2) september 2015 (5) may 2015 (2) march 2015 (3) february 2015 (3) january 2015 (4) november 2014 (1) september 2014 (1) july 2014 (3) april 2014 (1) march 2014 (1) december 2013 (1) november 2013 (1) september 2013 (3) august 2013 (4) july 2013 (1) april 2013 (1) february 2013 (3) january 2013 (1) december 2012 (2) november 2012 (3) october 2012 (1) september 2012 (1) august 2012 (4) july 2012 (2) june 2012 (2) may 2012 (2) april 2012 (3) march 2012 (1) february 2012 (2) january 2012 (3) december 2011 (1) november 2011 (5) october 2011 (4) september 2011 (4) august 2011 (2) july 2011 (2) june 2011 (3) may 2011 (3) april 2011 (5) march 2011 (6) february 2011 (2) january 2011 (5) december 2010 (3) november 2010 (9) faultbucket all rights reserved. theme by colorlib powered by wordpress


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