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Apr
20
comment Inaccessible_boot_device after installing KB2919355 on Server 2012R2
doesn't seem related to the san. I even tried pulling the hba card. still blue screens.
Apr
20
comment Inaccessible_boot_device after installing KB2919355 on Server 2012R2
@MichelZ I have support contracts. Looks like this is one of those times when they are useful. Will be contacting dell support Monday morning to see what they say. I'm sure they'll blame microsoft, microsoft will blame lsi, lsi will blame dell...should make for a fun Monday.
Apr
19
comment Inaccessible_boot_device after installing KB2919355 on Server 2012R2
I really want to figure out what went wrong here and how to fix it. Luckily this server is non critical, so I can take some time to fix it. But I have more servers to update and need to be prepared if this happens again.
Apr
18
answered name server IP vs web server IP
Apr
17
comment Shortcut for website using non-default browser
@mscf try adding it to the list both with and without the https:// part...I forget which way you need to specify it
Apr
16
comment Shortcut for website using non-default browser
@mscf linked to from that page is a complete guide for enterprise deployment of chrome and the legacy browser support extension. We use it at my work because some webapps require ie and others require NOT ie. It works quite well no need to set anything from each workstation all controlled by gpo.
Apr
16
comment Shortcut for website using non-default browser
@mscf exact name is "legacy browser support extension" support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/3019558?hl=en read the guide it will walk you through setting it up to autoinstall on domain pcs and configure via gpo.
Apr
16
comment Shortcut for website using non-default browser
If chrome happens to be the default browser you may want to look at the legacy browser extension for chrome. It is configured via gpo to automatically switch to ie for specified sites.
Apr
16
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Apr
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comment Inaccessible_boot_device after installing KB2919355 on Server 2012R2
BIOS and all firmwares are up to date (using the built in dell firmware updating tools). Currently booting it from a linux live cd so I can take a look at the disk partitions.
Apr
16
asked Inaccessible_boot_device after installing KB2919355 on Server 2012R2
Apr
16
accepted Can't start VM on Hyper-V 2008R2 cluster
Apr
16
accepted How to read oom-killer syslog messages?
Apr
16
accepted Controlling updates for Google Chrome enterprise deployment
Apr
16
accepted Configuring VLANs on HP 1910 switch
Apr
15
comment Is that OK to leave a small endless loop script running on server?
@rootloop your boss wants to make an unsupportable environment. maybe because he's old fashioned. maybe because he thinks it means they can never fire him. whatever the reason, that's a good sign that you should look elsewhere for employment. You won't learn many useful, transferable skills in an environment like that.
Apr
15
comment Transparent caching solution
You will not and should not be able to cache https. At least not without installing your own certificate authority on client machines and decrypting all the traffic. Which in most cases is unacceptable.