start your Timer
run NET USE with "start" as supposed.
send your Batch into a loop
check if the netshare is already connected.
If yes Exit loop,
if not check if timer has exceeded
if yes - Echo Error and exit
Do what you want to do :)
I fixed this issue (unable to sync linux NTP clients with a Windows NTP server) by configuring LocalClockDispersion to 0 under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\W32Time\Config in the registry.
This is, unfortunately, expected. Virtualization has a significant impact on performance of CPU intensive applications, especially if there is a high level of process concurrency. I have been testing the performance impact of virtualization over the years, and while things have improved over the past decade, they haven't improved all that much. Even the ...
In most of the case I found, it was firewall blocking the connection. As stated by @shieldofsalvation, it need's to allow through firewall. But the default list may not contains the "File Transfer Program" option.
To add this in the list click, Allow another app... > Browse... > Select ftp.exe file from the System32 folder > click Add, ...
I think creating a scheduled task for is a messy solution.
The reason is the PHP worker process does not have sufficient permission to delete the expired session files in that directory.
Open your php.ini file and change the session.save_path value to another directory other than C:\Windows\Temp (e.g. C:\PHP\Temp) with the right write and delete permissions ...