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There is also another alternative for if you're using a public IP address on your load balancer (recommended). In this case you can create a completely new/separate environment with the same topology, deploy your updated code there, and then after testing move the public IP from the old load balancer to the new one. It is very fast (just a few dropped ...


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You are right, Jelastic Maven does not support parallel deployment in Tomcat at the moment. The feature request was added to the enhancements list. As an alternative option for now, you can deploy a war archive via direct SSH connect to a container. Or you can play with swap domain - create a new environment, deployment a new version to this new env, test it ...


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There are several ways to do it. Many involve third-party tools. I used to manage 5000 desktops without AD with Altiris Deployment Solution. Similar products include things like LANdesk. If I had no AD and no management software, I would probably: Write and test the script to allow Windows Remote Management (and/or whatever else) through the ...


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When you launched the VPN, that would normally take over the network thus changing network configuration. That might have been the cause why RDP was disconnected. Since you cannot connect to your VPN or RDP, unless you can access it via terminal, I don't think you have other options.


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IPMI is what you're asking about, but it's limited (at best) on most consumer and desktop hardware platforms. You'd probably have better luck buying 30 IP-KVMs. For that matter, it sounds like the real solution would be to redesign your client's encryption architecture. It's not the 90's anymore, there's really no reason to rely on pre-OS passwords for ...


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Try psexec with your command "WMIC /node:172.16.98.12 /user:MRT /password:11111 computersystem get totalphysicalmemory" psexec \172.16.98.12 -u MRT -p 11111 wmic computersystem get totalphysicalmemory


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I'm following this Link and it's worked on Windows 8.1 pro. I try for Windows 10 and it's not work. Whats wrong on Windows 10?


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PSSutdown might come in handy; something like psshutdown \\myComputer -l



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