Users are getting the above error due to an invalid entry in the APPSRV.INI file. To fix it: 1. Open the appsrv.ini file located in the user’s Citrix ICA client folder, the default locations are: In Windows Vista – C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\ICAClient\ In Windows XP – C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Application Data\ICAClient\ 2. Find the line beginning with”LogFileWin32”, it… Continue reading “Failed to set Event Logging” error when logging into Citrix Apps
I am running Data Protection Manager 2007 on Windows Server 2008 (x64). I have not been able to use the reporting piece, and haven’t been running DPM long enough to wonder much about it, but when I went to finally figure it out the answer was rather simple. If you want to fix it, the… Continue reading DPM could not connect to SQL reporting services because of IIS connectivity
I was going to extend a volume on one of my Server 2008 Core machines, and it told me “there is not enough space to perform this action”… There was however enough space, but for some reason Microsoft Forefront decided that I shouldn’t be allowed to extend a volume remotely. So I disabled the services… Continue reading Extend a Volume – Not enough space?
I went to log a user off of a 2008 Terminal Server. I got the access denied. Then I went to the Processes tab and selected Show processes from all users. Then I went back to the Users tab and logged of the user.
I was looking up how to set the IP address for Server Core: Server Core: Setting a Static IP address Server Core: Setting a Static IP address – Techinical Blog of Jay-R Barrios
I asked a coworker to find the method/command to run updates on Server Core and he came back with a link to this nice little script: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa387102(VS.85).aspx And every time I forget the command to do something in Server Core, when I do a search to find it, I always come back with a link… Continue reading Server Core – A few notes and links to useful commands
We are currently considering moving one of our DHCP servers to a VM on Hyper-V. I was looking for something else and saw this thread on the TechNet Forums, and I want to keep it for later reference: http://forums.technet.microsoft.com/en-US/winserverhyperv/thread/8004c699-1a22-4f33-9fcd-7271bfcaf74e
Quoted from a blog by Sander Berkouwer Add or remove programs Again there are two ways to get information on the software that is installed onto your Server Core installation in absence of the “Add or Remove programs” Control Panel applet. (also known as appwiz.cpl) Registry The first way is by checking the registry keys… Continue reading Add or Remove programs in Server Core
I have been working on configuring my laptop (a Lenovo Thinkpad T61) with all the tools and gadgets and STUFF that I like to have on my laptop. Of course the Office products installed just fine, but when I went to install some of the other little things I use, like Windows Live Writer and… Continue reading More on Using Server 2008 as your Desktop OS…
I have come across a few articles that talk about how Server 2008 is what Vista hoped to be. Here is an article that a Microsoft person wrote about it: The Way I See It : Using Windows Server 2008 as a SUPER workstation OS Also, this article talks about some performance testing: Windows “Workstation”… Continue reading Server 2008 as your Desktop OS…