With Windows 2012, if you want to backup to a network share, you might get a message referring to Symbolic Links. “One of the file paths specified for backup is under a reparse point. Backup of files under a reparse Continue reading How to Locate Reparse Points that are Preventing a Backup→
While having a WSUS, AKA Windows Update Server is great for keeping an eye on patching multiple servers, it does seem to break a lot. It seems like every time, I end up just reinstalling WSUS with Powershell. Here are Continue reading Reinstall WSUS on a Windows 2012 Server→
When setting up ISCSI paths on Windows 2012 HyperV Core, the time will come to open up MPIO Properties. To do so, simply type “mpiocpl.exe” from the command prompt.
So I’m trying to setup an ISCSI connection on Windows 2012 HyperV server which is normally done in the GUI under tools then iSCSI Initiator. Well with only a command prompt available, that’s not going to work. So how to Continue reading Setting up an ISCSI Connection on Windows 2012 Core Edition→
Part 1 – Prep the VMware VM Uninstall VM Tools and VMware Converter Agent from within the OS Turn off the VM Make sure it’s checked as Independent in VMware by right clicking the machine name, then choose “Edit Settings”. Continue reading How to Convert VMWare 5.5 to Windows 2012 HyperV→