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comment Does wayland support video card(s) resource isolation?
Beware, though, @paulcube, that just because the question is on topic doesn't mean there are people who can give you a good answer, thus another reason why the question may be better suited for a different site.
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comment Seemingly Random Components on DL380 G5 No Longer Work After Applying Updates
+1 for PnP and reinstalling drivers.
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comment Seemingly Random Components on DL380 G5 No Longer Work After Applying Updates
heh, good old SCUP. Have you tried uninstalling the drivers (checking the box for deleting the driver software when it prompts you) and reinstalling from a credible source? Corrupted drivers aren't the end of the world, and your update likely had drivers that were improperly installed.
Jul
9
comment How to accept EULAs for Software updates deployed through SCCM using Powershell
I suppose this is worth a try
Jul
9
comment Powershell Remotely Delete PKI Certificates
did you try remove-item -whatif ??
Jul
3
comment Windows Server 2012 Can't Delete Folder/Files
Have you tried shift+delete?
Jul
2
comment Powershell DISM New-Windows Image: Using a CompressionType gives an error
@Bin it didn't compress mine, old and new are both 17 gigs.
Jul
2
comment Powershell DISM New-Windows Image: Using a CompressionType gives an error
@Bin well, it did get me past the error message, I'll be comparing it with the uncompressed version to see if there is a size difference of course. However, your suggestion did resolve my error message, so feel free to post it as answer, , and if it doesn't compress then note the known bug submitted to MS as well.
Jul
2
comment Powershell DISM New-Windows Image: Using a CompressionType gives an error
@Bin you're right, that does sound crazy.
Jun
30
comment How to install updates on multiple windows servers automatically?
@CanadianLuke done, was that your d/v??
Jun
30
comment How to install updates on multiple windows servers automatically?
You're right, and I've even said that to people before, so I'll edit.
Jun
30
comment Powershell DISM New-Windows Image: Using a CompressionType gives an error
Yep, I tried Max, Maximum, and None.
Jun
30
comment Powershell DISM New-Windows Image: Using a CompressionType gives an error
Thanks. How did you find this?
Jun
28
comment sccm 2007 agent fail to install on windows xp client machine even after manually tried to install agent
When installing manually, you should be able to check the event logs and sccm's own logs to determine if the agent was successfully installed or not, and if not, then the error code and/or reason. Have you checked these logs?
Jun
27
comment SCCM 2012 Manual Copy osd file to remote distribution point
Do the logs indicate why this is failing?
Jun
26
comment Consistently slow domain logins / folder redirection
Also, as a side note, how many users have logged into these workstations, how big is the wmi repository on a problem workstation?
Jun
26
comment Consistently slow domain logins / folder redirection
I suggest opening procmon and configuring it to run while booting, and rebooting and logging in, this way you can catch everything, and it might give you something you missed. There should be activity between the time you enter your creds and the time the desktop appears.
Jun
26
comment Using WDS to image a virtual machine using PXE boot fails, suspect issue is in WDS configuration
What's up with your gateway?
Jun
25
comment Powershell script for retrieving AD information using piped Get commands then copy to csv file but getting “append” error
What version of Powershell are you using?
Jun
24
comment cmd: create dhcp superscope
I have to -1 this for consciously not using the right tool for the job, without justification. If you can provide a good reason for not using powershell, when it can be done in one line, then I'll reverse my downvote.