Month: July 2011

Setting up OAB correct in Exchange 2010

There tend to be some mistakes when people try to set up OfflineAddressbook correctly in Exchange 2010, either people see’s on error (0x8004010f) or it just hangs when connecting and never get in going (times out). Well there are 2 different causes to this obviously, if we take error 1 first, this is caused by a misconfig somewhere either in the way you try to distribute your OAB or in the URL’s you use. BothLearn More

Characters when encoding

Sometimes when you need to wite encoded characters you may need a reference Overview Use for Begin End Bold <b></b> &lt;b&gt; &lt;/b&gt; Italic <em></em> &lt;em&gt; &lt;/em&gt;

Removing “ghost nic”

***UPDATE 14.03.2018*** During Microsoft patch Tuesday (14-03-2018), MS released a patch that tampered with the NIC within vmware. This is seen througout the World and has frustrated many admins. The fix is however very simple just follow the instructions i provided several years ago, regarding, what i call ghost NIC. This could happen during P2V migrations and during vmxnet3 updates. The problem seems related to Windows Server 2008 R2 but maybe not limited to thatLearn More

Wrong Scsi adapter Windows 2003

When you have converted a Windows Server 2003 to a virtual VM you may experience the following Message from esxi.xxx.local: The guest operating system is Windows Server 2003 and one or more virtual SCSI devices are installed in the virtual machine. Windows Server 2003 does not support the BusLogic SCSI adapter that VMware ESX currently uses for virtual SCSI devices. Install the VMware driver in the virtual machine. Download the driver from “http://vmware.com/info?id=43“. Click OKLearn More

Converting with vCenter Converter Boot CD

Yesterday when i tried to convert a physical domain controller i received an error after around 2% completion, the error wrote “ERROR: unable to open file %s” i had checked vmware tools and remove system recovery points so no options left to tweak, i quikly found out that this error was related to DNS, so i checked my DNS settings and found a miss typing. I corrected that and voila.

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