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How can I model the probabilities for highest and lowest of opposing dice pools?

This is a variation of a dice mechanic I’m working on.

You create a d6 pool of Edge dice and Snag dice and roll all of them.

Compare the highest Edge die and the highest Snag die.

If the Edge die is higher, that’s your result.

If the Snag die is higher, the result is the lowest die rolled (among all of them).

If they’re tied, cancel them and compare the second highest.

If all of them are tied, keep the lowest die rolled anyways.

Example 01: I roll 3 Edge dice {3, 5, 6} and 2 Snag dice {4, 5}. Result: 6


Example 02: I roll 2 Edge dice {2,5} and 4 Snag dice {3, 3, 4, 6}. Result: 2


Example 03: I roll 1 Edge die {3} and 1 Snag die {5}. Result: 3


Would you guys help me model it on AnyDice?

How can I model the probabilities for this mechanic involving cancelling out dice pools in AnyDice?

So I’m struggling with the probabilities for a dice mechanic.

You create a d6 pool of Edge dice and Snag dice and roll all of them.

Each Snag die cancels an Edge die of a lower value.

After cancelling out, you pick the single highest Edge die left.

If no Edge dice are left, you pick the single lowest Snag die.

If there’s no die left, consider the result a 1.

Example 01: I roll 3 Edge dice {3, 5, 5} and 2 Snag dice {5, 6}. Result: 5


Example 02: I roll 2 Edge dice {3,4} and 4 Snag dice {2, 3, 5, 5}. Result: 2


Example 03: I roll 1 Edge die {3} and 1 Snag die {5}. Result: 1


Would you guys help me model it on AnyDice?

Counting fails and successes in dice pools in Anydice

I’m trying to figure out probabilities for a d6 dice pool mechanic where [5,6] are successes, and [1.2] are fails causing the player to lose that dice from the pool.

I’ve been using “output [count {1,2} in Nd6]” to get the probability of either result happening in N sized pool. But these are independent of each other – I want to figure out how many fails would happen during a success?

e.g. Pool 3d6, if there are at least two successes (27%) how many fails would there be? I assume a 33% chance of one fail, as there’s only one remaining dice if two are assumed as successes.

I feel like that would generally be true (e.g. 7d6 pool, 3 successes, ‘d just look at the probabilities of fails in 4d6). But it would be nice if I could combine them into a procedure in Anydice.

Any suggestions? Or am I way off with my understanding of probabilities?

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How to allow AD group to access and manage IIS sites and pools?

i manage actually a domain with around 34 IIS servers running webapplications.

I would like to get a better user right management in my domain.

For the moment, my users allowed to manage IIS websites and pools are members of the Domain Admins group which is not really secure.

For getting more control i would like to create an AD group containing the users allowed to manage IIS sites and pools ans only let them manage this part of the server.

But, i don’t know how to proceed for allowing this group to acces and manage IIS websites.

I’ve read some article on Technet explaining how to do this manually but i got lot of servers running IIS and lot of users and i cannot do it by hand here it is : https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/leesab/2014/07/30/delegating-iis-administration-to-domain-users-non-administrators/

My users access to the management console from RDP connection. They can open the console but they don’t see any website in the left pane.

Can you help me ?

SCOM 2016 – Is there a way to make SCOM send one single Consolidated Email for multiple Windows Services & IIS Pools Up/Down Email Alerts

I have set up alerts for a set of Windows Services and IIS Application pools which are a part of an Application (Camstar). The SCOM alerting works and further i have configured Email alerts. That too works!.

Though, the alerting is storming my inbox, because all these monitored Windows services & IIS App Pools goes down all together.

So, is there a way to make SCOM send consolidated Email alerts so that it sends one email listing all the Services & IIS Pools which has gown down rather than separate email alerts for each Service & IIS Pool.

Help is much appreciated. Thanks!.

after I lost my 12 aion coins founded block miners from unfair pools I want to change to solo mining but

after I lost my 12 aion coins founded block miners from unfair pools I want to change to solo mining but I don’t know how to use solo mining to this coin .

I need help as fast as possible before the difficult get higher .

I need to know how to mine this coin without any pool and get my block rewards .. I use windows 10

PEACE

after I lost my 12 aion coins founded block miners from unfair pools I want to change to solo mining but

after I lost my 12 aion coins founded block miners from unfair pools I want to change to solo mining but I don’t know how to use solo mining to this coin .

I need help as fast as possible before the difficult get higher .

I need to know how to mine this coin without any pool and get my block rewards .. I use windows 10

PEACE