I got this error in the Application Event log every time a user wanted to open a pdf file from the Internet Explorer on several brand new Windows Server 2008 RDS hosts. Acrobat tries to open a pdf file in the Internet browser but crashes. I’ve solved this by disabling the browser integration in Acrobat Reader by running the following command from the login script: REG ADD “HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareAdobeAcrobat Reader9.0Originals” /v “bBrowserIntegration” /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f […]
Yesterday I’ve passed the VMware VCP-410 exam! Now I’m VCP3, VCP4 and Hyper-V certified 🙂 I’ve taken the VMware vShpere: What’s new course to learn about the new features in vSphere. The exam wasn’t very difficult but it had a lot of questions, 85 to be exactly. Beside the course I‘ve used the following materials to prepare myself for the exam: vReference vSphere4 card by Forbes Guthrie VMware vSphere 4 Configuration Maximums My home lab Cheers! – Marek.Z
If you want to kill an unresponsive VM on an ESX server and it cannot be turned off with the vmware-cmd stop hard command then try the following: Logon the ESX server as Root and type: #vm-support –x to find the VMID of the unresponsive VM. Next, type: #vm-support –X <VMID> to kill the VM. Answer the questions as desired and wait until the ESX server finishes the job. Cheers! – Marek.Z
Log in as Administrator on a RD Session Host when the host is a member of RD Connection Broker group.
Lately, I came across a strange issue after setting up a new Windows Remote Desktop Services farm running Windows Server 2008 R2 Servers. When accessing a RD Session Host through RDP on the hosts’ NetBIOS, FQDN or IP address as Administrator, I was redirected to an another RD Session Host. Logically, because the RD Connection Broker has load balanced the request. Anyway, I still wasn’t able to login as Administrator on the RD Session host, even when using […]
This procedure describes how to export all mailboxes from one Exchange Server to a PST files and how to import the PST files to another Exchange Server in a different domain. Before you begin make sure that: You have a computer that has Outlook 2003 (SP2) or 2007, Exchange 2007 Management Tools (32-bit version), PowerShell and .NET Framework installed Logon with an account that has Exchange Server Administrator and Local Administrator rights You have full […]