Tag: Windows

Mar 30

Resolved: Passwords must meet complexity requirements

Resolved: Passwords must meet complexity requirements Recently we were working on synchronizing passwords between an onPremise AD deployment and Azure Directory Services. As part of that we had to enable a strong password policy (You can configure this security setting by opening the appropriate policy and expanding the console tree: Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Account Policies\Password …

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Feb 22

Walkaround: Workfolders error 0x80c80037 – No sync share is configured for the user.

Walkaround: Workfolders error 0x80c80037 – No sync share is configured for the user. I am still trying to figure out why Workfolders works at times and then it complete stops working indicating the following error messages: Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-SyncShare/Operational Source: Microsoft-Windows-SyncShare Event ID: 4016 Description: No sync share is configured for the user. User: UserName; …

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Feb 19

Resolve: Error 0x800B0100 when you try to install Windows Updates or Microsoft Updates on a fresh MultiPoint 2012 Server

Resolve: Error 0x800B0100 when you try to install Windows Updates or Microsoft Updates on a fresh MultiPoint 2012 Server If you read my previous post that reads quite similarly to this then you know you get lots of 0x800B0100 error messages when you run Windows Update for the first time on a fresh MultiPoint 2012 …

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Jan 22

The IO operation at logical block address 0 for Disk 7 was retried.

The IO operation at logical block address 0 for Disk 7 was retried. When working with Multipath IO (MPIO) like when using iSCSI it is possible you might run across the message: The IO operation at logical block address X for Disk X was retried. This initially looks like trouble although truly it is more …

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Jan 06

SharePoint Error 0x800700DF: The File Size Exceeds the Limit Allowed and Cannot be Saved

SharePoint Error 0x800700DF: The File Size Exceeds the Limit Allowed and Cannot be Saved When working with SharePoint 2013 and Sky Drive Pro I was transferring some files from our OnPremise server to Microsoft’s Office 365 site when I came across error  0x800700DF: The File Size Exceeds the Limit Allowed and Cannot be Saved. Generally …

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Dec 21

How to Resolve: Microsoft JScript compilation error – Syntax error

How to Resolve: Microsoft JScript compilation error – Syntax error I am very confused what is the cause for this error, as the solution for it is changing a setting that comes by default in all computers and I’ve had it for a while. If anyone can identify the root of the problem and how to resolve …

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Dec 06

How to: Uninstall the New Relic agent for a Web App

How to: Uninstall the New Relic agent for a Web App The New Relic agent is a powerful  lightweight agent that helps you monitor the performance of your Web Application. Thanks to it you can identify potential problems, measure performance, and deliver a better user experience. So why would you want to uninstall it? Well, …

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Dec 06

How to: Change what ‘Country’ the Windows Store in Windows 8 displays

How to: Change what ‘Country’ the Windows Store in Windows 8 displays To my surprise all applications in the “Store” that comes with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 does not show all applications created. There are different flavors of the Store depending on which country you are. Developers can therefore target their applications and restrict …

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Dec 04

How to: Use Your Windows Wireless Connection Inside Hyper-V

How to: Use Your Windows Wireless Connection Inside Hyper-V Hyper-V is a powerful hyper-visor developed by Microsoft which is available in most modern Windows Server and Windows client operating systems. However, I think because of the robust way it was designed and how it is aimed primarily at Servers not workstations running off a wireless …

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Dec 03

Replacing Self Signed Remote Desktop Services Certificate on Windows

Replacing Self Signed Remote Desktop Services Certificate on Windows So one of the reasons why we moved from a .local domain environment to a corp.Bauzas.com Active Directory domain name was so that we could use a public CA certificates for Remote Desktop Services. We used to rely on self signed certificates and then moved to …

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