Tag Archive for 'Beta'

Don’t instal build 10547

I have been very happy with the Windows 10 builds.  Most of them have at least been “no visible change” for me.  Build 10547 however, was not like that. I had heard of some issues with that build from one of my co-workers, but nothing specific enough to not make think it was other than […]

Error installing DPM 2010 Beta

I was installing the DPM 2010 Beta (finally) and had an issue trying to get the SQL 2008 to install.  Finally figured out that I had the install files stored too deeply in a network share.  I figure this out by running the SQL install directly and when it when to check prereq’s it had […]

Data Protection Manager 2010

So I am a bit late realizing this, but the Beta for DPM 2010 is available now on the Connect site.  I haven’t read anything on it yet, so mainly I am just posting this to make myself look into it. https://connect.microsoft.com/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?SiteID=840&DownloadID=22070

Hyper-V certificate expiration and resolution

If you see this: ‘VMName’ failed to initialize. Could not initialize machine remoting system. Error: ‘Unspecified error’ (0x80004005). Could not find a usable certificate. Error: ‘Unspecified error’ (0x80004005). Then this could be your answer: Symptoms and resolution: § You may be unable to start or connect to virtual machines running on Windows Server 2008 or […]

New Features in System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2

Of the new features coming in the R2 versions of Windows Server 2008 and SCVMM, I think these two are the obvious winners: Support for Live Migration: With Windows 2008 R2 adding support for Live migration, it’s now added as a new migration option in VMM R2. Live migration requires the source and destination host […]

System Center Service Manager

When I first heard that Microsoft was going to release a “Service Desk” product, I was actually kind of excited.  I heard about it at MMS in 2006 (I think) and the things that they were planning for their Service Desk product sounded really useful and even a bit forward thinking.  Evidently, what they intended […]