This morning, I found myself in the unfortunate circumstance of the dreaded 0xc0190036 error. There is not a lot of information about this particular error code. It is, in fact, related to inaccessible or corrupt files.… [ Continue reading ]
Recently, we renumbered a client’s network to reduce broadcast traffic and introduced two new redundant internet connections. Everything seemed fine in the initial testing, and we all went home.
The next day, when we were sifting through the fallout tickets, there was a recurring theme–Windows Mobile devices were no longer synchronizing.… [ Continue reading ]
Blue screens are no fun. Trying to resolve them without the proper tools can be even less fun.
In my experience, a large percentage of blue screens are the result of some poorly-tested or incompatible third-party device drivers.… [ Continue reading ]
- Trying to access the “Virtual Media” section of a DRAC console
- Client is Windows 2008
- When accessing “Virtual Media,” get prompted to accept ActiveX control; accept, and get redirected to login page
- Open Internet Explorer, Tools > Internet Options; select Intranet, and select “Automatically detect Intranet network”
- Open %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts.
From time to time, I’ve found myself in a situation where I’ve needed to re-create MSDB. Unfortunately, most of the guides on how to do it give just basic overviews, leaving the unlucky admin muddling around.… [ Continue reading ]
All That’s Unholy with Check Point SmartDefense
A few months ago, I ran into a problem when copying large files between two tiers of a network in one of our datacenters. I was doing a hardware upgrade on some Hyper-V hosts in a DMZ and was copying the images to a backup server while I swapped out hardware components in the Hyper-V hosts.… [ Continue reading ]