iDrac (Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller) is embedded in every Dell Power Edge Server. It helps us to deploy, update, monitor and maintain Dell Power Edge servers without your physical presence in a server room.
It is simple and easy to do.
- First, you have to connect your iDrac port with an available network which we will configure later. Port looks like:
Continue reading “Configuring iDRAC in Dell Power Edge Server”
I have a script in my Windows which helps me to mapped different shared locations as a drive.
net use G: \\server1\shared_folder /PERSISTENT:YES
On each logon, it used to mapped successfully (shared a blog on this too), however after upgrading my system to Windows 10 , it doesn’t work. So, I figured out one quick solution which might also be helpful for you guys.
Continue reading “[Solved] Unable to Access Mapped Network Drives in Windows 10.”
I have faced an issue while setting up a tool that requires .Net 3.5 Framework in my Windows 10 machine. I managed it and thus thought to write a blog on, as it might help other also who are facing such type of issues.
I have posted similar type of blog but that doesn’t work for me in Windows 10 even it works like a charm for Windows 7. You can explore it too from here. However, I suggest you to try this step first and if this doesn’t help, then please try the following solution.
In Windows 10, you have to install .Net 3.5 framework by exploring via “Turn Windows Features on or off”. However, once you start setting up, it pops up with following error message:
Continue reading “[Solved] .Net 3.5 framework issue in Windows 10”
Many organizations provide VPN access for the end user in their company with third party tool named as Cisco VPN client. This doesn’t work on any 64-bit Mac OS.
However, from Mac OS X 10.6, you can use in-built feature named as IPSec VPN ,so you don’t need to look around for any third party tool. In this case, you might have to decode your .pcf file which contains all the configuration of your VPN setting.
Here’s step by step guide for configuring it:
- Open System Preferences -> Network
- Click “+” to get more options where you have to select Interface “VPN” and VPN Type “Cisco IPSec“. Here by give your proper description in “Service Name” and click Create
Continue reading “How to get Cisco VPN Client working on Mac OS X”
While working on Fedora 20, I have faced the following error after restart:
"Error:No such Partition"
Entering Rescue Mode...
I was not sure what I did. The most probable changes could be either I delete the partition during extension or may have done some mistake while setting up boot priority.
However, after googling on it, I have seen most of the solution are with LIVE CD.
Note: In my situation, the Fedora 20 was hosted in a Cloud and it was only one OS in that Virtual Machine.
Thus, I tried a different way without LIVE CD. As I couldn’t found any proper blog for the solution, so I am writing this blog which might help other System Admin also in future to get out this issue.
- First explore the list of HD that is available on your system as :
Continue reading “[Solved] “Error:No such Partition” Entering Rescue Mode…in Fedora 20 without LIVECD”
Many of your IT Administrator would have faced this issue known as “System Error 67 has occurred. The network name cannot be found”.
There are lots of solution for this. However, it might depends on your root cause for this. Last time, I was trying to map the website as network drive, it keep on showing me the following mentioned error.
I have try all the alternatives. Adding the website on Trusted site, running the script as administrator and soon. However, I was able to resolve this issue so easily even it took me for a whole day to figure out. Thus, I thought to share my idea with you which could help you in your work later on.
Continue reading “[Solved] How to resolve “System Error 67 has occurred” while mapping website basically in Windows Server 2008/2012.”
There are quite easy steps to enable sound within your Windows Server Hyper V client machines. Normally when you setup Virtual Machines (VMs) on Hyper-V, then there will be no audio drives installed.
So, if you want to play or listen an audio or video from Virtual machines, you have to play around with your Remote Desktop Connection and some changes on Hyper V machines too.
1. Open RDP connection on your machine from where you are going to access VMs. Under the tab “Local Resources“, click on Settings of Remote Audio. Ensure that the Remote audio playback is set to “Play on this Computer” Continue reading “How to play or listen an audio or video within your Windows Server Hyper V client machines from Windows or MAC machine.”