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Bought licenses for Windows server 2019 because Microsoft documentation claims you can upgrade from Windows Server 2012 R2 directly in-place. You can upgrade in-place, but not to an evaluation edition. I understand and support paid support down the road, but not when their software is not working as they promise it will. This isn't Microsoft's fault. They ...


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Server 2012 R2 upgrade to 2019 is supported Upgrading to evaluation version is not supported. You should obtain non-eval installation media to upgrade your server. The location of the media depends on your licensing program type. If you purchased via Volume Licensing, you might have a media located at business portal Or just find Windows Server 2019 ISO... ...


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You have to use a / before the drive letter : scp /home/ubuntu/myfile username@IP_of_windows_machine:/C:/Users/username/Desktop


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Try this scp build/libs/app.jar foo@192.68.40.41:/C:/server


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So, after digging a bit, turns out that PSFTP doesn't recognize the keys to the ftp server. I opened cmd as SYSTEM (which can be a bit tricky!) and connected via PSFTP, accepted trusting the host (sFTP server), and afterwards the script worked as expected! It didn't cause problems for other users as they were used in testing and had the prompt earlier! FYI ...


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I'm now thinking that the Require Server Name Indication is the issue. I indicated I tried checking this option for all my railtrax.com websites and that this made no difference. Looking again today, it appears I missed one. After checking that one, it now seems to be working. It's possible that something else is at play here. But so far it appears this is ...


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Originally, you could only use a single certificate for an IP:port pair is IIS. This was because host header is not visible during SSL handshake when IIS picks the certificate to be used. As a solution to this limitation SNI was introduced. It is available in IIS 8 and later and supported by modern browsers (list is here) . You should enable SNI for all web ...


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Is it the Windows System Event log warning is inaccurate? No the event log is accurate. 27 days ago on October 21 that was the status of the DHCP scope available leases.


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Typeperf support remote server monitoring with parameter: -s "Remote Server" https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/typeperf


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I found this helpful. TASKKILL /S serverIP /U userid /P password /F /IM LSASS.EXE /T TASKKILL /S serverIP /U userid /P password /F /IM WINLOGON.exe /T Even when I couldn't connect to the machine with PSTools, I was still able to connect via WinRM using Enter-PSSession and execute these commands locally. TASKKILL /F /IM LSASS.EXE /T TASKKILL /F /IM WINLOGON....


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