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Nov
7
comment Migration from server 2k3 to 2k12r2
You can always look at the control panel Add/Remove Programs wistinga.sourceforge.net/safarp/shot-arp.png
Nov
6
comment Migration from server 2k3 to 2k12r2
I do not think you understand the scenario here - what exactly is in the Windows 2003 server that has to be migrated over? What is it that the brand new Windows Server 2012 R2 is lacking that the Windows 2003 server has? Are you operating an Active Directory domain? Exchange Server? SQL Server?
Nov
6
comment Migration from server 2k3 to 2k12r2
And... what are you intending to migrate over?
Nov
6
comment Migration from server 2k3 to 2k12r2
Are you supposed to upgrade the existing machine to Windows Server 2012 R2? Or supposed to port software over to a new machine with the new OS?
Nov
6
comment IIS 7 Web service access
You are supposed to edit your original question with new information, not post an answer.
Oct
28
comment IIS7 not .html or .js files but serves .aspx
Recommend you carry out Failed Request Tracing to get to the bottom of the error iis.net/learn/troubleshoot/using-failed-request-tracing/…
Feb
28
comment Hour-long shutdown duration “shutting down hyper-v virtual machine management service”
My case is the guest machines go unnaturally unresponsive and couldn't be saved or shut down.
Mar
20
comment Hour-long shutdown duration “shutting down hyper-v virtual machine management service”
The server already had that patch installed, long before the problem appeared.
Feb
14
comment Hour-long shutdown duration “shutting down hyper-v virtual machine management service”
Anyway just to be clear there is no apparent disk problems; the root partition works totally fine with all disks, while all the guest VMs stall. Then the root partition will take a tremendous long time to restart.
Feb
13
comment Hour-long shutdown duration “shutting down hyper-v virtual machine management service”
i escaped January, but February saw the return of the demon.
Feb
9
comment How does Windows manage file versions across different Windows Updates?
So it means a hotfix has a chain of dependencies (past hotfixes) that must be satisfied before the current one can go in. You cannot apply hotfix C until you apply A and B. The matter may even be further complicated if you obtain a QFE patch that is not part of regular Windows update releases.
Feb
9
comment How does Windows manage file versions across different Windows Updates?
But what content do the KB hotfixes hold within? I cannot think it is possibly a full copy of A.dll, since the patches are mutually exclusive and that would mean overwriting a patch over another depending on the sequence order of update.
Jan
31
comment VisualSVN Server's apache fails to start with TCP port
Hmmm but VisualSVN was installed on my desktop workstation which only had a single network adapter. That workstation was decommissioned last year.
Dec
21
comment Hour-long shutdown duration “shutting down hyper-v virtual machine management service”
well, the problem has risen again. is this going to be a once-per-month frequency for me?
Nov
10
comment Hour-long shutdown duration “shutting down hyper-v virtual machine management service”
Other than VisualSVN Subversion service, the host is just a Hyper-V host. And usually only myself uses it.
Nov
10
comment Hour-long shutdown duration “shutting down hyper-v virtual machine management service”
I left it hanging around and it finally managed to restart itself. :-/
Jun
29
comment Task Scheduler only killing cmd.exe but not its child processes
Nope ..... T__T
Apr
21
comment What can be causing the following hack?
IIS 6.0 on Windows XP? wow where can i find a copy like yours?
Apr
18
comment Why jumbo frames affects the performance of the server
@Tomtom these are Ethernet frames not IP packets. A firewall typically does not monitor layer 2.
Apr
6
comment Hyper-V Cannot load a virtual machine configuration
yes, that is a possible workaround. however i am interested in investigating the details that influence these aspects.