We’ve ran into a problem where end users were reporting a problem that they couldn’t log into https://portal.office.com using their credentials. In addition their smartphones were unable to receive or send email using their Office 365 Exchange email accounts. Initial troubleshooting showed that (Active Directory) passwords were not being synchronized with Office 365.
On the machine where you have the Microsoft Azure AD Sync tool installed, run the Command Prompt as administrator. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Azure AD Sync\Bin, then type in:
An issue came up on a newly provisioned Windows server running SQL. It was provisioned with multiple partitions (drives), however when you access the server using a domain user account that is not a member of the Domain admin group, some of the drives are not accessible.
You may have encountered a situation where multiple people need to work on the same resource (Windows Server). To troubleshoot an issue, ideally you want all people involved to be looking at the same thing (desktop session).
When users try to connect to the vCenter server via the VMware vSphere client they get an error message:
“vSphere Client could not connect to “vcenter”. An unknown connection error occurred. (The request failed because of a connection failure. (Unable to connect to the remote server))”
When running TDCI’s BuyDesign Design Studio version 8.0 you select the appropriate instance and application, then receive the error message shown below.
Infor SyteLine creates a .pdf file every time any user runs a report. By default these files are saved on the Utility server in the SyteLine file share (actual path is C:\Program Files (x86)\Infor\SyteLine\Report\OutputFiles). The amount of space these files take can grow quite quickly and it Infor recommends purging of old (stale) reports on a regular basis.
Dell OpenManage Server Administrator (OMSA) is a systems management tool you would typically install on any of your Dell servers. You can use the same functionality on your Dell servers acting as VMware hypervisors.
Below will outline how to upgrade firmware on a Force10 MXL blade switch.
To determine which version of firmware is currently running on the switch issue the show version command.
When you enabled logging on FTOS by default it doesn’t timestamp the log entries. Instead it shows that an event occurred this many minutes/hours/days/weeks ago from the time you issued the show logging command.