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comment How to interpret values of Perfmon counter Hyper-V Hypervisor Virtual processor\CPU Wait time per dispatch
Thanks David. I was thinking I could do something like this but got thrown off by the 'per dispatch' part. Does this imply I need to know how many dispatches there are before I can convert this to a percentage of time?
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comment How can I verify whether a Windows cluster has previously been successfully validated?
OK, fair point that mentioning the directory where the reports exist could be useful information. That said, the question is clearly about programmatic checking and the content you pasted from Technet is obviously about clicking in the GUI. We'll probably end up parsing the report for keywords like 'failure', since there doesn't seem to be another option. When I looked into this several years ago, the SQL installer appeared to function the same way, checking the directory for the existence of a report and (apparently) failing if no such report existed.
Jul
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comment How can I verify whether a Windows cluster has previously been successfully validated?
The question is about programmatically checking, although parsing the report is one option. Unfortunately this answer only provides information anyone who knew enough to ask the question would already know.
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comment How to protect SQL Server from Hackers
Yes it sounds like your Windows Firewall is misconfigured. Maybe you have another more general rule that is allowing port 1433 (or allowing everything), or maybe Windows Firewall is disabled on the internet-facing NIC. It's hard to say without seeing the configuration. But this is really more of a question for ServerFault like Max says. Did you mean Windows 2008 R2, btw? 'RC' is Release Candidate, pre-release software for testing.
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