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Finally this page gave lead me to my solution. As described there, file://-based proxy scripts are deprecated in IE11. There are some temporary registry hacks given, but I was not able to get my scripts to work with regedits. Finally I set up a local IIS server Windows Start - "Control Panel." - click "Programs" link - "Turn Windows Features On or ...


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You need to check whether the emulate_tpu attribute is enabled for backstore (sparse file you have created and attached as LUN to iscsi target)


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Ok. I found the problem. Although I'm upset that this question dragged many downvotes - I still think that it is well defined question and valid for ServerFault. Diagnostics : My Intel driver screen at device manager is : A regular ( and most known) APM tab for network card is : I was suspicious about the third checkbox (which I couldn't access in ...


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I would try 3 things: 1. After installing LMI, try to reinstall the LAN driver for win 8.1 - check if it solves the issue 2. Try to wake your computer from LMI dashboard and not by using RDP. Maybe the LMI takes control and the only chance to wake up your computer is by using LMI dashboard? 3. contact LMI support addressing this issue.


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Time to time I went on investigating the problem and surfing the net to check if somebody else was struggling the same battle. I went on the Wsus server and in the IIS log I found: 2014-08-05 06:03:52 192.168.1.11 POST /ReportingWebService/ReportingWebService.asmx - 80 - 192.168.1.160 Windows-Update-Agent/7.9.9600.17195+Client-Protocol/1.21 200 0 0 56 It ...


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This Microsoft support article has the answer. You need to set the Hyper-V services to depend upon the iSCSI services if they are not already. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/193888 You should also make sure that your iSCSI services are not set to use Automatic (Delayed startup) as discussed at: ...


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I don't have any authoritative references, but the $HOME, $env:HOMEDRIVE and $env:HOMEPATH variables are user-specific environment variables. It's unlikely that they would get assigned when you start a PowerShell host in the security context of the machine and not the user


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There's a fling that might help you: VMware OS Optimization Tool The VMware OS Optimization Tool helps optimize Windows 7/8/2008/2012 systems for use with VMware Horizon View. The optimization tool includes customizable templates to enable or disable Windows system services and features, per VMware recommendations and best practices, across ...


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From my tests, the physical shortcut file needs to exist in the following path for it to display on the start screen: %homeshare%\start menu\Programs\ Like you, I couldn't find a way of archiving this using "Export-startlayout". Instead what I've done is put the shortcuts I want deployed in the GPT part of a GPO, I've then created a simply ROBOCOPY ...



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