Troubleshooting DFS Replication Issues

Troubleshooting DFS Replication issues on Windows server 2012R2 DFS Namespaces: enables to group shared folders located on different servers into one or more logically structured namespaces. Each namespace appears to end users as a single shared folder with series of subfolders. DFS Replication: enables to efficiently replicate folders across multiple servers and sites. It uses […]

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show Low Disk Space in Backup Exec devices

Backup-to-Disk Folders (B2D) show “Low Disk Space” in Backup Exec devices tab even after the removal and/or clean-up of the B2D files from the physical B2D location. Problem Backup-to-Disk Folders (B2D) show “Low Disk Space” in Backup Exec devices tab even after the removal and/or clean-up of the B2D files from the physical B2D location […]

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DHCP Backup and Restore

You can use this article to resolve DHCP backup errors (event logs errors 1061 or 1062) Maintaining a backup of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) database protects you from data loss in the event of data corruption or a hard disk failure. There are three backup methods supported by the DHCP Server service: Synchronous […]

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Troubleshooting VSS Errors for StorageCraft Shadow Protect

Troubleshooting VSS issues for StorageCraft ShadowProtect External applications like StorageCraft shadow protect, uses the correct API calls to VSS (these calls are referred to as VSS Writers) to freeze relevant application. During the process of creating the backup, VSS tells the application to commit all transactions to disk and then freezes the database, to create […]

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Shared Calendar under Other Calendars

Create a Shared Calendar on Office 365

Many businesses require a shared calendar that is accessible by all users, perhaps to create an on call roster or similar type of group schedule. Let’s see how create a Shared calendar in an Office 365 tenant that will be accessible by all staff members with an Office 365 mailbox. This will be done using […]

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Query Last Reboot or Shutdown event using PowerShell

Too lazy to log on to a device and browse through the Windows Event Log to check the last Reboot or Shutdown event? This is where mighty PowerShell comes to your help! You can use the below PowerShell Command to easily query the last Reboot or Shutdown event(s) on a computer. Get-EventLog -Logname System -Newest […]

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Run Commands for Microsoft Windows

It’s always handy to know these commands to easily access Windows Settings and Components hidden deep beneath the Operating System. Open Documents Folder documents Open Videos folder videos Open Downloads Folder downloads Open Favorites Folder favorites Open Recent Folder recent Open Recent Folder logoff Open Pictures Folder pictures Windows Sideshow control.exe /name Microsoft.WindowsSideshow Windows CardSpace […]

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Windows Defender Offline scanning.

  Windows Defender Antivirus guard detects rootkits or other highly persistent malware on Windows operating devices and alerts to use Windows Defender Offline. Then we might see a message saying that malware was found on your device, and should scan your device offline to remove it.   When you suspect there is malware that might […]

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DHCP Backup and Restore

You can use this article to resolve DHCP backup errors (event logs errors 1016 or 1018)   Maintaining a backup of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) database protects you from data loss in the event of data corruption or a hard disk failure. There are three backup methods supported by the DHCP Server service: […]

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