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Stack trace ends with megasas that means command to your MegaRAID (you probably have some RAID array) may have unexpectedly failed or it's a driver bug. I'd recommend updating MegaRAID firmware together with ESXi driver (and probably ESXi itself while you're at it). ESXi 5.1 is ancient but you can still get updates and async drivers from VMware site. My gut ...


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No. You need to copy/backup data, destroy mirror disk and create Storage Spaces from scratch. I used to run mirror Storage Spaces in Windows 2012 without issues. But, if I had h/w controller, it would be used.


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My first guess would be "storage". How are disks and volumes configured? Which kind of RAID is in use? I'm pretty sure you have a rebuilding or degraded disk array; that would explain the slowness.


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You can use StarWind with only two nodes applying an upgrade to the full blown 3-node cluster later. StarWind doesn't pool all the disks/flash into a single namespace, there will be N virtual LUNs and N CSVs within your N-node cluster. P.S. Microsoft recommends at least one CSV per cluster node as well, so it sounds more like Microsoft design issue rather ...


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The accepted answer didn't work for me - domain controller being Windows 2012 (not R2). What did work for me I found here: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/d56f2eae-726e-409a-8813-670a406593e8/server-2012-hyperv-lost-quotnt-virtual-machinevirtual-machinesquot-permissions-to-quotlog-on?forum=winserverhyperv which I've copied below: If you ...


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Turning @user10082 comment into an answer. The proposed solution is a one-liner Powershell script: Get-EventLog -LogName System |? {$_.EventID -in (6005,6006,6008,6009,1074,1076)} | ft TimeGenerated,EventId,Message -AutoSize –wrap


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You'll need need so-called "Device CALs". See: https://community.hpe.com/t5/Alliances/Understanding-Windows-Server-Client-Access-Licenses-CALs/ba-p/7001696#.XYywJC2B1Bw https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/licensing/product-licensing/client-access-license


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In Remote Desktop Connection, you need to ensure that Local Resources > Remote Audio > Settings > Remote Audio Playback is set to Play on this computer. On the server, you need to ensure that audio redirection is not disabled in group policy: Computer > Administrative Templates > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host > Device and Resource ...


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You can use Azure AD Connect to synchronize your Active Directory users with Azure AD, but not the other way around. What the tool does is create an AAD user for each AD users, and keep them in sync; but if a user is created in AAD, there is no way to sync it back to the local AD, which will know nothing about it. Synchronization is strictly unidirectional (...


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Found the problem. For reasons beyond my understanding at the moment, even though UAC slider was at the very bottom, there is a registry entry tied to UAC that was still set to 1. It should be set to 0. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/openspecs/windows_protocols/ms-gpsb/958053ae-5397-4f96-977f-b7700ee461ec?redirectedfrom=MSDN Open the Windows Registry and ...


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Within the AD, I have added all the users to remote desktop users group, but the other domain users can login to a server only if their domain credentials are added in the local server remote desktop users group. I know this is not the correct way. That actually is the correct way. Membership in the domain Remote Desktop Users group grants the ability ...


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My first guess is that the server (and it's browser) are unaware that demo.web.com is hosted locally. My recommendation would be to add the following record to the c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file: 127.0.0.1 demo.web.com


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Are the network shares hosted on one of the VM's? If so, you're creating a difficult dependency if the host crashes and needs to be restored to bare metal. Purchase a suitably sized external USB drive and connect it to the host. Backup the host to this external USB drive.


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Identifying running applications using java is possible in at least 2 ways i think : jps tool in your JDK Java Usage Tracker For Non-running application it's quite impossible without any kind of inventory.


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I had the same issue and was able to create the VM.... Check the File System format of the disk you use to create V-Disk, It must be compatible with the OS disk format (e.g. FAT32 or NTFS)... Windows Server used NTFS format, so make sure you format whatever drive to NTFS.. I hope this helps. Dan


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We experience similar issues with a VB6 app which using comctl32.ocx. The treeview became insensitive, no repaint, but no crash either, like if it was not receiving events. The app's File menu was working and you could exit etc. Fixed by changing comctl32.ocx to mscomctl.ocx that delivers an equivalent treeview. We did this after learning that mscomctl.ocx ...


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I can confirm that there is definitely something to the theory about the error being caused by trying to recover using an image stored on a NAS device. I've tried many different things to do a bare metal recovery from one server to the other. These are different server types with different RAID controllers. The old one being a software RAID controller and ...


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One way around I find is install (you need know what you will need exactly) it on other computer and then copy it over to this server. I tested it on Build Tools for Visual Studio 2019. This mean I copied this whole folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2019\BuildTools\ Nuget.exe can be downloaded separately to refresh all nugests in ...


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That's usually caused by RoboCopy trying to backup the security settings for a file, and this causes some mismatch regarding the file permissions. If you're running robocopy /copy:datsou (copies all attributes), robocopy /sec (equivalent to /copy:dats) or robocopy /copyall (equivalent to /copy:datsou), try replacing it by robocopy /copy:dat, which ignores ...


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Putting this out there in case it helps anyone else who is struggling with this same error message as I was. In my case the underlying issue was that my Windows server had been configured so that TLS version 1.0 and 1.1 were disabled, only TLS 1.2 is allowed. However NPS was still defaulting to TLS version 1.0. In my case this had been configured via GPO ...


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Copy C:\Windows\system32\findstr.exe to Java\jdk\bin OR Java\jre\bin as applicable. This resolved my problem.


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Check GPO policy. Maybe Remote Shell Access is disable. If this settings is disable, you will be able to add role and feature. Computer Configuration > Policies > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows remote Shell (Set to) "Enabled"


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Good day. Some years later, I answer this question :) Maybe someone, like me, find this useful. Use WMI to query the objet Win32_UserProfile (in each server, no matter if in a domain or not) and obtain the fields 'LocalPath' and 'LastUseTime' (at least). Match the last section of the Path with your AD (If needed) to provide more information. We needed it ...


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I run into this error while trying to install Request Monitor feature of IIS. In order to troubleshoot it, I would recommend checking: CBS logs (C:\Windows\Logs\CBS) DISM logs (C:\Windows\Logs\DISM) ApplicationHost.config file (C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config) The output of Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth command Procmon logs (Use Process ...


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I had this problem myself this week, mine was a legitimate error and it took me ages to fix it :( I wrote it up here; RDS Gateway Connection Error Pete


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Its easy in Server 2016 when you are in a session: Click the search glass bottom left on task bar Type gateway in the box and this should bring up "Remote Desktop Gateway Manager"; select it. Click on the ">" next to the RDS server you want to view (RDS-01) for most I guess, then select the monitoring folder You can now see who is logged on, how long for,...


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Here's a reg and a batch files to make this a 2 clicks operation: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mlx_ziiygRib9f4UkweBvAV8n-DXYNKg disablewsdservice.reg is the registry hack given by RoelDS: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\WSDPrintDevice] "Type"=dword:00000001 "Start"=dword:00000004 "...


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In my case, I had an HTTP/ SPN registered to an object that was owned by NOT the server. However, I couldn't find what owned it because the SETSPN.exe tool doesn't show you what container (or object) owns the SPN. I used the following PowerShell script to find the SPN's owner. After I deleted the SPN and recreated it with the server as the owner (using ...


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Have you tried using the System File Checker (SFC) and DISM Scan & Restore offline? If you boot from Windows install disk into command line you can run these tests. In the next example the OS is available on the D: drive from the installer. And E: is the Windows Installer CD/USB: sfc /scannow /offwindir=D:\windows /offbootdir=D:\ DISM /Image:D:\ /...


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This is a fairly old post, I know, but I had this problem and wanted to post my solution, just in case I need it later :) I also had no explorerer.exe and no powershell.exe Login to another server on the network Open "Server Manager" From the dashboard, select "Add other servers to manage" Add the other server From the "All Servers" right-click on the ...


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