Monthly Archives: February 2010

When “Not” to Kill the Cluster Services In Hyper-V – Update

   In a recent article I wrote for SearchServerVirtualization I spoke of times when it is necessary to kill the cluster service on your Hyper-V cluster.  This was a last resort in the event that no other way was available … Continue reading

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When “Not” to Kill the Cluster Services In Hyper-V – Update

   In a recent article I wrote for SearchServerVirtualization I spoke of times when it is necessary to kill the cluster service on your Hyper-V cluster.  This was a last resort in the event that no other way was available … Continue reading

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Storage Challenges with Hyper-V

A video question and answer session I did with Virsto Software a few weeks back over storage challenges I have seen in my Hyper-V environment. Video below –     Also check out Roger Johnson’s video.  

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KB962975 – Funny Resolution

Saw this come through on the from http://scug.be/blogs/scdpm/archive/2010/02/18/hotfix-dynamic-disk-hotfix.aspx.  It describes a hotfix for potential problems with Windows Server 2008 systems.  The hotfix is relevant, but the wording on the resolution gave me a chuckle.  “Note This hotfix does not resolve … Continue reading

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Microsoft KB977165 (MS10-015) problems affect XP and 2003.

Mass rollout of KB977165 (MS10-015) within my organization happed today.  Saw one Windows Server 2003 system that would not boot and a few XP machines that kept on reporting it needed the patch after it was already installed.  Very few … Continue reading

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Microsoft KB977165 (MS10-015) problems affect XP and 2003.

Mass rollout of KB977165 (MS10-015) within my organization happed today.  Saw one Windows Server 2003 system that would not boot and a few XP machines that kept on reporting it needed the patch after it was already installed.  Very few … Continue reading

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