A classic problem i get asked about a lot: HP Teaming refuses to die!
fixing the network teaming
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Adding disks to Fujitsu servers
||Fujitsu Disk upgrades with LSI megaraid
After much experimentation the solution I found to do this
Add the additional hard disks on spare sata ports
Boot into the raid configuration and create a new array with the two hard disks
The ui here sucks – you need to press spacebar/enter to select each disk press f10 to create the array – ignore that it says that it will add them to the existing array when you press f10 again it does create a new array make sure to select raid 1 (The default) and ensure you have added both disks
There is no need to initialise the array – if you make a mistake you can delete the new array safely and try again
On reboot boot of an up to date version of acronis to copy the drives and resize
Power off – remove the old disks
Power on – tell megaraid to ignore the drive changes
If you install Windows 8 upgrade on a blank drive you won’t be able to activate it.
||If you install Windows 8 upgrade on a blank drive you won’t be able to activate it.Why can’t I activate Windows?
If you received a message saying that Windows couldn’t be activated, here are a few reasons why it might not have worked, and some things you can try to fix the problem.
You upgraded to Windows 8, but didn’t have a previous version of Windows installed (error 0xC004F061)
If you see error 0xC004F061 when you try to activate Windows 8, it means that you’re using a product key for an upgrade version of Windows 8 and a previous version of Windows wasn’t on your PC when Windows 8 was installed. To install an upgrade version of Windows 8, you must already have Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP installed on your PC.
If you formatted the drive before the upgrade version of Windows 8 was installed, you won’t be able to use your upgrade product key to activate Windows 8. To activate Windows 8, you’ll need to install your previous version of Windows, and then reinstall Windows 8. For help with the activation process, contact support.
Here is the fix for this problem:
Change MediaBootInstall from 1 to 0
Run the following a command prompt with elevated rights:
|List of commands:
- Change MediaBootInstall from 1 to 0
- Run the following a command prompt with elevated rights:
- slmgr /rearm
Every time i try and do this my blood starts to boil after 10 mins of pointless clicking so I write this down once:
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Add hosting domains
Its easy after that…
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||Heart to configure DNS
manage domain names
manage webhosting domains
1st line – answer calls deal with basic issues
2nd line – deal with escalated issues and any problems that 1st line cannot resolve – speak to customers from time to time but not first point of contact
3rd line – deal with projects and escalated issues 2nd line cannot handle – rarely speak with end users – technical skills take precedent to interpersonal skills
IT Manager – responsible for managing the team – project direction, project management and planning and liaising with management team
IT Director/CIO – responsible for direction of IT and ensuring that the resources and budgets meet the business needs
Check pop3 connector running in services
iisreset at command line
move good email from C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business Server\Networking\POP3\Failed Mail
to the above “Incoming mail” directory
wait for pop3 polling (15mins)
Check with user all ok
I enable IT managers to go from crisis management to business development
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netsh http show sslcert
This showed me two SSL Certificate bindings. One on IP:Port 0.0.0.0:443 with the correct certificate and one on IP:Port :::443 with an expired certificate. I opened CertMgr.msc for the Local Computer (see here for instructions) and searched for the invalid certificate and discovered it had expired.
To resolve the issue I did the following
netsh http delete sslcert ipport=:::443