- Upgrade existing Datacollectors
- Upgrade existing Storefront
- Add New Datacollectors to Cluster
- Add new Existing Storefronts to Replication Group
- Use DigiCert SSL tool to export and import Certificates from Old SF to New SF
- On a server change the DNS entry via localhost of the load balanced DNS Address point at one of the new SF Servers and test all working
- Move Storefront to new servers
Move Delivery Controllers to new servers
- Change Internal Load Balancer
Add a new Service group with new SF servers and make sure all Green
Bind this to the new Virtual Server
- Change STA Servers for External
Similarly the NetScaler itself is configured with the STA details.
We just got asked from our Distributor for a customers Microsoft Lan Number , which we had no idea to get!
Here is how:
Login to your VLSC Center as the customer or reseller and bring up the customers Open License Account
Your “Parent Program” number listed below is your MS Lan Number and the last four digits at YYMM which should you when the Account is valid till
Recently trying to run a “Change VM Recovery VRA” command on a host , to migrate a VM to a new Host , selecting a specific VM and the new Recovery VRA , and it would not let me Select the Save ( no error either )
Opening up the VPG and Clicking Edit VPG , showed the VM had no “Recvory Volume Location” selected , even though the VM had been meeting its RPO.
I had to add this storage location and it start a Full Initial which then allowed me to migrate the VM
Recently we had a Mac not be able to access a Windows Samba (SMB) Share
Thinking a windows update could have caused some issue, we tested another Mac but it worked fine
OS X Mavericks 10.9 brings a change of SMB2 instead of SMB1 , which can be disabled with the below command
echo "[default]" >> ~/Library/Preferences/nsmb.conf; echo "smb_neg=smb1_only" >> ~/Library/Preferences/nsmb.conf
This still didn’t work so we reverted back to SMB2 with the below
I used Telnet to make sure there wasn’t a network issue on port 445 ( Open Terminal , enter Telnet and open IP 445) which worked
I installed a trial of this on the Windows File Server which creates an AFP share , which worked by is 1000$!
We upgraded the Mac to the latest OS 10.14 ( for free ) and it solved the issues
Recently we installed Nable on a Mac however when trying to remote control it , the screen would stay black with a Please Wait…. Message
The knowledge online said to whitelist it from here as it was OSX 10.14 Mojave , however there was nothing displaying here :
We Installed the Take Control Viewer manually v6.00.00 directly from the installer link. https://swi-rc.cdn-sw.net/n-central/mac_viewer/6.00.00/MSPA_N-central_Installer_Viewer_6.00.00.zip
When you install Windows using a Legacy Device is marks the Boot Volume with an Master Boot Record (MBR) label
I use easybcd to load all my ISO’s on a single USB which doesn’t support UEFI
You need GUID Partition Table (GPT) for UEFI Boot
You can check this via Disk Management
Restart the PC into Safemode with Command Prompt
Run this command to make sure the drive can support GPT
Then Run this
After this you need to change the Boot Loader to use UEFI instead of Legacy
Recently trying to diagnose an issue with Radius 2fa, looking at the AzuraMFA Logs , I saw users trying to Authenticate with Mandarin Characters per below
Wondering if it was chinese hackers , I tried a simple test using a username that does not exist in AD , which actually produces this for each login, so not to worry!
NPS Extension for Azure MFA: NPS Extension for Azure MFA only performs Secondary Auth for Radius requests in AccessAccept State. Request received for User
NPS Extension for Azure MFA: NPS AuthN extension bypassed for User
Here are the steps to change the owner of Workspace/Folder in Worksite 10
–To change the owner of a Workspace/Folder, first we need to find the prj_id of the Workspace/Folder
select * where prj_name LIKE ‘%FOLDER\WORKSPACE_NAME%’
–To change it to a different owner…
update mhgroup.projects set prj_owner = ‘NEW_USERID’ where prj_id = ‘WORKSPACE_ID’
After changing the owner of the workspace, the author in the docmaster table for this workspace needs to change as well. The owner is still shown as the old one, but after updating the author, the new owner should appear on the workspace profile.
Please run the following additional query:
– update mhgroup.docmaster set author =’new userID’ where docnum = ‘you can get this from the query below ‘
–also, to change the underlying Workspace/Folder document’s owner update mhgroup.docmaster set operator = ‘NEW_USERID’, author = ‘NEW_USERID’ where docnum = ‘DOCNUM’
Please test this against a backup copy of the database. Also make sure you backup the database before running this against production database.
To find the docnum of a workspace: select * from mhgroup.projects where prj_name = ‘Exact Name of Workspace’ and subtype = ‘work’