Windows 2008 Server

Microsoft | No username on User folder share only the name "My Documents" is displayed

It happens quite often that you see in your windows explorer on the fileserver where you store the roaming / default profiles of users. And you see only “My Documents” instead of a username To change this you have to change the view settings of windows first for all the folders (temporary) Change the settings …

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Microsoft | Windows server 2008 R2 DNS warning via Best Practice Analyzer. => Root server not available ( timeout during validation )

When you use the Best Practice Analyzer for the Domain controller. it’s possible it says that the following root-server (l.root-server.net.) is not anymore available. You see the following error in the DNS To solve this issue you need to lookup what’s the new l.root-servers.net. You can find this information on IANA: http://www.iana.org/domains/root/servers Change the address …

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Windows server 2008 R2 | Install Cleanmgr.exe (Disk Cleanup) without enabling Desktop Experience.

How to use cleanmgr.exe on a Windows server 2008 R2. To do this you need to to the following. Go to a server where you have enabled Desktop Experience ( for example Terminal Server (RDS)) Locate the following files. cleanmgr.exe and cleanmgr.exe.mui Cleanmgr.exe you can find in the following folder C:\Windows\system32 Cleanmgr.exe.mui you can find …

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Windows Server 2008 R2 | How to fix ‘net’is not recognized as an internal or external command, operatable program or batch file.

How to fix ‘net’is not recognized as an internal or external command, operatable program or batch file. Go to my computer properties Click on Advanced system settings. Click on Environment Variables Search for the Path Variable. Click on Edit. Enter C:Windowssystem32 and click on OK. (This was my issue it wasn’t there) Open a new …

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Windows server 2008 R2 ( Radius installation for Cisco Devices )

Well you can find it anywhere. But any how I just want to share it… How to installat fast and easy a radius server for a Cisco IOS/ASA device ( I hope you know how to configure it on the Router or ASA ) First add a new role to your system. ( You can …

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HP Proliant Integrated Management Log Viewer = Error "No System Management driver is loaded"

Today I got the annoying message “No System Management driver is loaded” when I was trying to open the HP Proliant Integrated Management Log Viewer. (Image below) After trying the open the HP Proliant Integrated Management Log Viewer with administrative rights. It seems to work only when you use “Run as administrator”.

Vmware upgrade 4 to 5 | Fully Quilified Domain Name cannot be resolved.

Today I upgraded for the X time a vmware esx 4 environment to esxi 5. With the installation of the vCenter server did I have the following warning. This warning can occur when you don’t have a PTR record in the DNS of the vCenter Server. In this case I had a PTR in the …

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Microsoft Active Directory | How to find locked out users via PowerShell

Today I was looking for an easy way to find out if there were users locked out. After some looking around i found the following command in the “Active Directory Module for Windows Powershell” Go to Start > All Programs > Administrative Tools > “Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell” Run this application as Administrator. …

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Microsoft Active Directory | How to remove many computers va Powershell

Today I had an active directory with many old computer accounts. I was looking for a good and nice PowerShell command to get all the old computers accounts in my screen. who hadn’t login for a long time. Logon to the Domain controller > Go to the Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell and use …

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Scriptlogic logon report files can cause low diskspace

Today I figured out that Scriptlogic could cause some low diskspace. I figured this out due the program TreeSize, I saw that the folder USERS. in C:Program Files(x86)ScriptlogicSLTRACEUSERS was more than 7GB. After looking in the folder it contained report files since the installation of the server and network. To get rid of these report …

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