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I had a situation recently where a client had a new Windows Server 2016 Domain and during setup, we used their main external FQDN for Forest Domain. (externaldomain.com)
On competition of the project, all was fine except they were unable to access their external website. Everything else was fine.
Normally we would setup DNS with an A record for the www entry, however the website was built with SEO in mind, and redirected www to https://externaldomain.com and some money already invested. This would not resolve internally.
We decided to install Squid-Cache
Having gone though this lab, I had problems with LON-CL3 not displaying iphttpsinterface correctly.
I went through the following commands which didnt help:
netsh interface teredo set state disable
netsh interface 6to4 set state disable
After a bit of playing, I turned off IPv6 which immediately resolved the issue.
For a while I have been trying to troubleshoot one clients slow Sharepoint performance.
This client originally had problems with the Onedrive For Business Sync Client with document libraries failing to sync. Microsoft advised not using sync but mapping to Sharepoint in Windows Explorer.
This resolved one problem, however when navigating the folder structure, they would get slow performance in refreshing the folders and some timeouts.
They also had issues when saving document. These documents would appear as offline copy.
After some more research I found this link.
Once installed and run, it picked up DNS resolution time to be more than 25ms.
Looking at the DNS settings, they were using Googles open dns 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52.
I changed them back to the local ISP dns server and thinks have got a lot better.
Anyone having issue, try this method and let us know how you get on.
Problem: Saving a PDF attachment directly to Sharepoint Online
Download Adobe Reader DC
Install Adobe Reader DC
Open Adode Reader DC
Under Storage, Add Account
Under Microsoft Sharepoint, Click Add
Enter Account Name
Enter URL : https://*****.sharepoint.com
Open PDF from Email. This will open in Adobe Reader DC
File, Save As, Storage (Choose Sharepoint), navigate to folder and save.