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Jul
27
asked Wbadmin [startbackup] keeps prompting for password
Jul
7
accepted How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
Jun
25
comment How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
Basically when launched it will schedule disk check for C: and that all other disks are already scheduled for check, however at boot only diks C: will be verified
Apr
10
comment How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
Yes, but virtualization will not prevent errors in the filesystem, mainly due to operating system failure or system "glitches", thus a regular filesystem check schedule should be mandatory
Apr
5
comment How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
I get: C:\Program Files\Chkdskall>ChkdskAll.exe Drive C:\ (Type Fixed): Chkdsk successfully scheduled. Drive D:\ (Type CDRom): No fixed drive, skipping. Drive Q:\ (Type Fixed): Chkdsk for drive Q:\ is already scheduled. Drive S:\ (Type Fixed): Chkdsk for drive S:\ is already scheduled. Drive T:\ (Type Fixed): Chkdsk for drive T:\ is already scheduled. Drive W:\ (Type Fixed): Chkdsk successfully scheduled. However Q:,S: & T: won't run chkdsk at startup. Only C: & W: will do
Apr
5
comment How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
@mfinni, do newer Windows Server versions offer other techniques for filesystem integrity check
Apr
3
comment How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
Don't you ever scan your disks for faulty file system? Once a week seems reasonable to me...
Apr
3
comment How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
To verify disk state, weekly
Apr
3
comment How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
1) I have tried chkdskall utility, however at boot time it won't check all disks 2) Firstly, not all prompts are the same, (for example as for c: drive the only prompt will be about possibility to schedule a check at next boot. while on other locked drives the first prompt will ask to forcibly dismount the disk + a second prompt to schedule at next boot), secondly, locked disks will be checked at reboot, while unlocked units will be checked immediately. Unsuitable
Apr
3
asked How to run Chkdsk on all drives at startup on Windows Server 2003R2
Mar
2
accepted Windows 2003 R2 traffic shaping & QOS
Mar
2
accepted Upgrade an old Windows 2003 server or not?
Dec
22
comment Upgrade an old Windows 2003 server or not?
Thanks a lot for giving your advice
Dec
22
asked Upgrade an old Windows 2003 server or not?
Dec
22
comment Windows 2003 R2 traffic shaping & QOS
Interesting point of view
Dec
22
comment Windows 2003 R2 traffic shaping & QOS
Users randomly will saturate bandwidth. In an ideal world, the software router should assign bandwidth depending on concurrent users and available bandwidth. For example: only one user may use full bandwidth, more users will share available bandwidth
Dec
22
comment Windows 2003 R2 traffic shaping & QOS
Well some clients on the LAN are wasting internet bandwidth sometimes. Id like to shape Internet traffic without using a dedicated hardware router, if possible
Dec
22
asked Windows 2003 R2 traffic shaping & QOS
Dec
12
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
30
comment Member of a group cannot access a WS2008 network share
More news: the blocked user is also part of the "Doamin Admins" group. Assigning that group with full control permissions to the share, will succeed. This sounds crazy because the same blocked user is in the current group with full control permissions (failing, while other users succeeding). How can it be that the same user will fail in one group and succeed in the other?