I found the answer at https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/163468b1-7a82-4083-b914-0425f6363102/iscsi-initiator-reports-disk-1-?forum=winserverfiles
Essentially, I had to remove MSFT2005iSCSIBusType_0x9 value from the MPIOSupporteddevicelist key at HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\control\MPDEV
Another alternative would be to configure the necessary firewall settings in advance using group policy. Even if the server isn't a domain member, you could still use local group policy.
However, I'm not sure whether the settings would kick in immediately in this scenario. They might only take effect on the next group policy refresh. Of course, you could ...
Whenever I mess with firewalls remotely, I make sure that I set up a backdoor. I've been bitten by this a few times, so I always do this first.
You can do this by installing hamachi (or your favorite vpn software) on the server and tightvnc (or your favorite remote admin software) on the server and the workstation you're doing all the work from. Hamachi's ...
It might be a really dumb idea but, if you know what rule you need to create via netsh after you restart the service, why not script it? Write a script that will start the Windows Firewall service, then the next command would be the netsh that allows everything in (or at least RDP so you can remote in and make the adjustments afterwards)
If you are trying to install MSSQL Server 2008 R2 after uninstalling any higher or lower version of MSSQL Server i.e MS SQL Server 2012,2014. Please make sure that you have removed every single file with the name SQL Server except the following three files from the control panel >> Programs >> Uninstall a Program.
Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 SP2 ENU
If you are using kernel-mode authentication, the limit is 64 bindings (Confirmed with Microsoft). I have tested it. It fails (401.2 error) if I add 65 or more bindings.
I am not aware of any limitation if you use user-mode authentication.
More information: IIS binding limit (401.2 Windows Authentication error)
You pushed DNS to client in the server config file:
push "dhcp-option DNS 10.5.4.1"
Your client, while disconnected, is using its configured DNS servers, and they generally resolve domain.com to what you configured in a public DNS zone for domain.com.
But, when connected, OpenVPN on a client receives "dhcp-option DNS 10.5.4.1" from a server and ...
I have experienced this problem. I close all apps and reboot. I will get a green screen scan page for < I minute. In Control Panel>Networks>change adapter settings, I manually enable the main cable. After that all is well.
Ummm... No. You can't install Windows Server 2012 R2 "on top of" Windows Server 2008 R2. The in place upgrade isn't working. That means you'll have to install a "new" copy of Windows Server 2012 R2. That means you'll lose everything that is currently in Windows Server 2008 R2. So make sure you have a current backup of your data.
Because this is a Domain ...