# da0 has failed # da1 is running # zroot is the pool # da0p3 is the name of the mirror member you got via zfs status zroot # clear the errors zpool clear zroot # REPLACE THE DISK da0 with a new one # NOW: # da0 is the virgin # da1 is already […]
You can’t connect to a samba server configured with map to guest = Bad User Don’t try this at home: Re-Enable the guest account fallback Your risky solution: Tune your GPO. Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\LanMan Workstation\Enable Insecure Guest Logons ATTENTION:I’ve had faced situation when this didn’t do the trick. I hat to tune the registy: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters] […]
Seems your WSUS has a problem. Maybe the database or the IIS did crash. Check your servers firewall. Restart your Server. If it doesnt help, try this: Check the log: C:\Windows\WID\Log\error.log Try this: “C:\Program Files\Update Services\Tools\wsusutil.exe” postinstall /servicing Or this: Activate and install „HTTP Activation“ @ „WCF Services“ on „.NET Framework 4.5 Features“.
Thank you: http://casualtechs.blogspot.de/2010/06/problem-when-trying-to-import.html Download and save the certificate. Open the Certificate Manager In the “Start Search” box, type “certmgr.msc” (no quotes). The certificate manager will open. Right click on “Trusted Publishers” from the folder list on the left. In the pop-up menu, choose “All Tasks” >> “Import..” Click the “Next” button Click the “Browse” button […]
Your daemon doesn’t write to his logfile after rotating log using newsyslog? You are executing a postrotate command in newsyslog.conf? The reason for this strange behaviour is that in case of executing a postrate command per definition (rtfm newsyslog.conf) no SIGHUP will be sent to syslogd. Solution: execute a pkill -HUP syslogd afterwards: #/var/log/maillog 640 […]
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