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This used to be true, but is no longer exclusively true. What they are referring to is Strict Co-Scheduling. Most important of all, while in the strict co-scheduling algorithm, the existence of a lagging vCPU causes the entire virtual machine to be co-stopped. In the relaxed co-scheduling algorithm, a leading vCPU decides whether it should co-stop ...


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This largely depends on the underlying hypervisor and the admins who run it, let me explain: It's bad practice to just arbitrarily give you 4 CPU's just because you requested it. Generally speaking, you think you need 4; but resource monitoring says you only need 1. VMware ESXi for example requires locking all pCPUs when a vCPU makes a request for CPU ...


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Problem solved. DFSR was in fact not healthy. It was not a WMI problem. The server had experienced a dirty shutdown, and DFSR stopped replicating because of it. Restarting replication on the affected volume with wmic /namespace:\\root\microsoftdfs path dfsrVolumeConfig where volumeGuid="DC8EEE19-97E2-4E26-8AAD-CF1235B8DCCC" call ResumeReplication ...


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Classic firewall issue. Microsoft RPC high ports default to tcp/49152 - tcp/65535 on Windows 7/2008. Unless you have specified a custom RPC port range. The particular RPC endpoint in question is the Service Control Manager Remote Protocol (SCMR). If you run a packet capture at the time you run the sc command, you will see the port(s) in use. First it ...


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The ONLY option you have is to stop people being able to access it: you need to find a way to either stop physical access (IE put it in a locked cabinet, move it to a locked office etc) or make console access impossible (disable all HID access, disable all USB/PS2 ports etc)


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Create a folder with write permissions for the user. Create a robocopy job which copys everything out of this folder every minute. Is the only clean way for your thing. Otherwise you can set the listup permission, read attributes and the permission to write files into a folder.


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Seeing how you have a /private/etc directory I guess you're running Apache on MacOS X (please avoid putting linux windows and mac tags at the same time). This article should help you set up apache (ignore PHP related stuff). Basically, start by learning what httpd.conf file you should edit and look at Virtual Host/DocumentRoot. Having said that, you ...


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Focus on the changes you made that could have impacted this. You made changes to the Aironets, and now 1/2 your wireless PCs are impacted. You should be smart and simply revert those changes immediately, to restore service to your users. Then, you could test those changes one-by-one, preferably in a test environment, to see which of those changes (or ...


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The service controller uses a dynamic RPC port, which is identified after talking to the RPC Endpoint Mapper on port 135, as mentioned by Greg Askew. Windows Firewall can be configured to allow the RPC dynamic ports through without any registry editing or RPC reconfiguration: Open Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. Create a new inbound rule with the ...


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Bit late to the party here, but for what it's worth "attached" SSDs in Azure have their IOPs throttled based on the machine size. It wasn't mentioned in the pricing anywhere but I raised this issue as a ticket with technical support when they referred me to the blog post below. See this link: ...


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If the error condition causes an event to get logged in an event log, you can attach a task to such an event - simply set up the task to recycle the apppool: Go to the event viewer and find an instance of the event/error Right-click and select "Attach Task To This Event..." A task scheduler wizard pops up - click next until the "Start a Program" page ...


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Yes, what you can do is create an iso file with the file that you would like to transfer, and then mount the ISOusing iDRAC. This is however a one-way-street.


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Nevermind I fixed it. Luckily I have another Terminal Server with the same setup but this one had a different driver version on it. I took the ini file and copied it to the trouble server and installed the driver and now it is working fine.



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