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asked Script to check directory existence and install software
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comment Script to copy file from server and install software
thanks for your reply. I have executed the install using psexec previously. But i had to do it a little differently. Basically launch cmd remotely and then run the command line install string so I am pretty sure it should work if i run it off locally.
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comment Mouse scroll wheel in Citrix
@Paul - to answer your question, Yes, other users on the same PC have that issue and that user is a local admin of the PC. RDP to the server and running the app does not result in the scrolling issue - meaning he can scroll when using RDP. Thanks again for your comments :)
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comment Mouse scroll wheel in Citrix
@Paul - Hi Paul, Yes that's correct. It works fine on that computer everywhere else. The application is a third party application that is used by about 10 other users and none of them have experienced this issue before. I escalated to the vendor and they came back saying that they have not seen it before as well. At this moment, I believe its local to that PC but I don't know what else to try... Mouse properties in Control Panel does show that the mouse has a wheel so its not like Windows is not detecting it at all
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asked Mouse scroll wheel in Citrix
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comment Replacing all disks in a non-OS RAID 5 volume
@James - excuse my ignorance but if I chose "delete", would it format the drive or would it just delete the volume and leave the data intact. I guess it doesn't matter since like you mentioned, if i popped the disks back in, it wouldn't be able to know this and it would just take it as a replacement disk and start to format and prepare it for the RAID. We intend to delete, remove 6 disks, insert 6 new disks, and configure a new volume with RAID 5 which consists of the 6 disks.
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comment Replacing all disks in a non-OS RAID 5 volume
@James: Thanks James. Based on your experience, how much time do you think it would take to rebuild a RAID volume with 6 x 146GB disks? I am just talking about the rebuild and not touching on restoring the data. I have not done this before but I believe deleting the RAID is simply a matter of clicking the Delete option on HP ACU?
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accepted Replacing all disks in a non-OS RAID 5 volume
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comment Replacing all disks in a non-OS RAID 5 volume
@David - Thanks for your feedback. Your reply was exactly what I wanted to confirm and it feels good when your question makes sense to someone :P. What we were intending to do was not the "replace one disk and resync", instead, we intend to perform the steps you recommended. I read from a post relating to DELL that we could remove a disk and insert a higher capacity one and let it rebuild but as you mentioned, we would not be effectively increasing space and I just wanted confirmation of this. Looks like the old disks is not a backup option. As for OS partition, it says 1+0 in HP ACU?