Microsoft has provided Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 to test for evaluation. For Windows 8.1 you get a 90 day evaluation and for Windows Server 2012 R2 you get a 180 day evaluation. But what if you want to keep testing your software beyond those limits? Well there is a way to extend your trial!
This is a rare occurrence which can happen from time to time. This can either be caused by a bug in the Firmware or in some extreme cases bad Electricity being fed to the server. The following is what you can do in order to resuscitate your Dell iDRAC 6/7 card.
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Dell Equallogic SANs have an FTP Service enabled on by default. This is normally used to upload Firmware Updates or download Diagnostic data. But having the FTP Service running all the time can be a security risk. You can do the following to disable or temporary enable the FTP Service if you need to use it.
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This is a nifty method in order to properly test MS Hyper-V in VMWare Workstation 10 if you don’t have any spare Hardware lying around.
When you try to install the Hyper-V Role in Windows Server 2012 R2 VMWare Workstation VM, you will see the following error below.
The following is what you can do in order to run Hyper-V in a VMWare Workstation VM.
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In some situations you might have to troubleshoot Client issues with the Altiris Symantec Management Agent. You can use the following Windows CMD in order to completely remove the Symantec Management Agent from a Client Computer.
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