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A couple of days ago I mentioned this article about VSS Backups. Here you can find the second part. I especially like the part what options are avaibale when there’s no VSS writer available (LInux hosts?!). Currently I’m writing a review of Altaro Hyper-V back-up and I shall this include in the review also.
Today a co-worker found the solution of not able to login into Office 365′ sharepoint.
The solution was simple but effective :
Open IE9, –> tools –> Security –> Trusted Sites –> Sites. Add the following sites :
Yes, I know. I haven’t been updating my blog regularly. But now I’m back. The following weekens I have some exams planned (VMware, Citrix) and currently I’m doing several interesting projects. The last months I saw some of you on several events (VMUG, DUCUG) and spoke to you. So for now, until the next post !
After upgrading to Internet Explorer 9 everything was working smooth until a couple of days back. In the left corner at the top of my screen I suddenly got all kinds of annyoing and flashing pop ups. First I blamed Flash but that didn’t seem the problem. After some troubleshooting I found the sollution. Go to internet explorer, opties, advanced, check the software rendering box. Restart Internet Explorer and voila the problem is gone! I have a HP 8440p laptop, I don’t know if it supports hardware rendering or not but the problem is gone.
When using a standard SSL certificate for Webmail and not using a UC certificate you are likely to get SSL “mismatch” errors.
This is how you can fix that :
Set-WebServicesVirtualDirectory -Identity “EWS*” -ExternalUrl “Https://<external webmail address>/EWS/Exchange.asmx” -InternalUrl “Https://<external webmail address>/EWS/Exchange.asmx”
Set-ClientAccessServer -Identity <CASservername> -AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri https://<<external webmail address>
Sometimes a private key gets corrupted and will no longer function with IIS. This is how I recreated the private key for my SSL certificate :
- Logon to the (web)server with the right account (domain admin for example).
- MMC/add certificates/Local computer –> finish
- Go to the certificate you wish to repair (for example personal store)
- Write down the serial number of the private key (propertes of the certificate)
- cmd –> certutil -repairstore my “SerialnumberOfSSL”
After repair you get a message that it was succesful.
For your and mine convenience here are the IE 9 download links :
Internet Explorer 9 Language packs : here
Internet Explorer 9 Administration kit : here
Internet Explorer 9 exe all languages : here
Internet Explorer 9 MSU versions :
A collegae of me asked of it is possible to hot add (without rebooting) new disks to a NetApp filer.
I decided to add a couple of new disks to a NetApp 2040 filer but Filerview didn’t show me any new drives.
Using the following command I did see the newly added disks : disk show -a.
I noticed the command disk assign didn’t work, getting the error Assign failed for one or more disks in the list.
The following commands did the trick :
priv set advanced
disk assign <disk-id> -s unowned -f
disk assign <disk-id>
Now it’s possible to add the disks using filerview.