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comment How can I remove specific events from the event log in Windows Server 2008?
I have a request for this, too. For example: RDP has some problems with one of my printers. It shows up in the App log with a big fat X which is then picked up ALL OVER (especially on domain controllers, e.g. dcdiag etc.) and causes WAY more problems. Maybe the better question is: how to suppress logging of certain types of errors?
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comment “Workstation” and “Server” Services Keep Stopping
The "Server" and "Workstation" services
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asked “Workstation” and “Server” Services Keep Stopping
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accepted Sync up VMWare Images on backup SAN
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answered Can not RDP to Win 2003 box or initiate remote restart
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accepted When/why to use a web proxy/gateway?
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answered Home Backup Strategy for Large Amounts of Data
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asked When/why to use a web proxy/gateway?
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comment SQL Server 2005 Mirrored DB Recovery
Good point, thanks!!!
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comment SQL Server 2005 Mirrored DB Recovery
Magic! I love SQL Server :D
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accepted SQL Server 2005 Mirrored DB Recovery
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comment SQL Server 2005 Mirrored DB Recovery
And in re: #2 when the primary comes back online, I must tell SQL Server to promote it thru the interface (the link you provided says it will rejoin just fine but not promote itself)?
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comment SQL Server 2005 Mirrored DB Recovery
Thanks. I think #2 will work fine (yes automatic failover). Unfortunately the app server doesn't "really" have a connection string -- I specify the hostname of the DB server
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asked SQL Server 2005 Mirrored DB Recovery
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comment SQL Server - Force DB in memory?
I like it --extrachars
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accepted SQL Server - Force DB in memory?
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comment Sync up VMWare Images on backup SAN
Brent: We've tried vRanger but for some reason it keeps crapping out on our SQL Server VMs... It just stops and says "Backup failed".