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The Rescue option will probably drop you into a root shell, or possibly a live CD environment such as Knoppix. From there you can edit any configuration files you need.


If the [COEXISTENCE] COEXIST=2 into the C:\Windows\netop.ini and you have changed the ports (you can't have the same ports running on both Guest and Host at the same time), that should work.


I'm not sure why, but if I run the Check_VMReplication.ps1 code using Invoke-Command -Credential $mycred -ScriptBlock {CODE GOES HERE} instead of a second script file it runs fine. I guess I'll just have to do it that way.


I turned off UAC in Win 7, rebooted and it worked. Edit: Not suggesting you leave UAC off. I had this issue and did not have a blank password. Turned out to be the only fix for me. Just turn it back on when the command succeeds. Sheesh on the downvotes. lol


You can try this, I use this with my AWS EC2 instances. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/connect-to-another-computer-using-remote-desktop-web-connection "You can use Remote Desktop Web Connection to connect to a remote computer over the Internet. To do this, the remote computer must be running Windows Server 2008, and Terminal Services Web ...


Turns out I had locked down which external IP address I could use within the firewall rule. So port 5432 was being seen as filtered from any other IP address. Maybe that is overkill, using both the firewall and pg_hba.conf to limit access to a specific external IP address? Brad

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