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How to Administrate Active Directory with Windows PowerShell

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Active Directory Trusts

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Lab: Establish a two-way AD Trust

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Ross Taylor(@dzadar)
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1 year ago

Unable to launch lab

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Ricardo P(@ricardop)
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Reply to  Ross Taylor
1 year ago

Hi profile avatar dzada rfrz
What is your error when launching the lab? Is it not working at all?
Ricardo

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donalds(@donalds)
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1 year ago

Same issue as reported below. I click on the Launch Lab button. It says launching lab, then stops. No lab. Nothing.

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Ricardo P(@ricardop)
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Reply to  donalds
1 year ago

Hi profile avatar Donald Stamps

Does it happen with all the labs or just this one?
Sometimes, it fails when on a VPN or a slow internet connection. Sometimes generating the lab from the snapshot takes time or fails. Try to refresh the page and start again to see if it works.

Ricardo

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donalds(@donalds)
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Reply to  Ricardo P
1 year ago

Hi Ricardo, it happened in 2 of the labs. In those two labs, it marked the labs as complete, even though I did not do any of the work on those two labs. Yes, I was on my company’s VPN at the time. But I was also on the company VPN when other labs worked just fine. My connection speed is around 6 up / 120 down. I tried to restart them multiple times. Same results.

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Ricardo P(@ricardop)
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Reply to  donalds
1 year ago

I see, with a VPN it can work randomly. It’s difficult to determine why it is giving you issues, and can be many factors. Some other things you can try are using another browser. Check the following suggestions as well to see if one of them fixes it: https://docs.skillable.com/lod/connectivity-issues.md

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JoshuaR(@joshuar2)
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3 months ago

The Sign-in method you’re trying to use isn’t allowed

After establishing a two-way active directory trust, I tried to sign into ad.serveracademy.com with CO\Administrator and get a ‘The Sign-in method you’re trying to use isn’t allowed’ error.

I have tried following the video step-by-step to ensure I haven’t missed anything.

Please can you advise what I have done wrong – or if there is a lab issue (it is complaining about Updates)?

Thanks

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Ricardo P(@ricardop)
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Reply to  JoshuaR
3 months ago

Hi profile avatar JoshuaR

It should not have to do with the updates. The logic is right and the error message might indicate something is missing. If the trust is configured then you can use the user accounts in Active Directory. Use the workstations SAWS01 and COWS01. Use paul.hill@ad.serveracademy.com on COWS01 and the user co.user@co.serveracademy.com on SAWS01. If everthing is ok the you will be able to log in.

Ricardo

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JoshuaR(@joshuar2)
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Reply to  Ricardo P
3 months ago

Thanks, I was trying to sign in as the domain admins – that is why I was having an issue.