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comment Restarting a VM from a different VHD file (but a copy of the old one)
Doesn't seem like anyone else raised concerns other than the ones you did. I'm hoping it is not because the question didn't get noticed.
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comment Restarting a VM from a different VHD file (but a copy of the old one)
Thanks! I figured it was not designed to be used this way - but I would love to know more about why it's considered bad practice. Which would tell me what I may need to be aware of, if I leave this VM as is. Thanks
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comment Restarting a VM from a different VHD file (but a copy of the old one)
It's still interesting :) and relevant. I believe you should it leave it here.
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comment Restarting a VM from a different VHD file (but a copy of the old one)
I got an error when trying to login - "Trust Relationship Between Workstation and Domain Fails" and followed these steps: (ie: Logged in as local admin, removed OS from domain, restarted, then added it back to domain) Link: support.microsoft.com/kb/162797
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comment Restarting a VM from a different VHD file (but a copy of the old one)
Sorry I should have been more specific. The guest was not a DC. It had problems initially with connecting to the DC.
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comment Rebuilding the Management Studio Index in SQL Server 2005
Using SSMS 2008 R2 with SQL Server 2005 Enterprise (Which is okay for Online Rebuilds) but no such option for SSMS.. atleast not that I've discovered yet ;)
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comment Rebuilding the Management Studio Index in SQL Server 2005
Hmmm.. Using SQL 2005 Enterprise, and no "Allow online processing.." checkbox under Index Properties. Unless I check off "set Fill Factor" options - which gives me "Allow online processing of DML statements.."
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comment Rebuilding the Management Studio Index in SQL Server 2005
So cool, thanks for the insight!
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comment Rebuilding the Management Studio Index in SQL Server 2005
Note: I don't mean Maintenance Plans
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comment Combination of CPU time stamp counter error and I/O requests taking longer than 15 seconds error
thanks! No, using Intel, not AMD.