Entries for the ‘Server 2008 r2’ Category

How to Add Disk Cleanup (cleanmgr.exe) Back to Windows Server 2008 r2

>Doing a disk cleanup on servers isn’t something that you do very often, so when you have a new-ish server that needs a tidy, then normally one of the first things that you would do in Windows is a disk cleanup (cleanmgr.exe). So, when I came to run this today, I had completely forgotten how […]






LDAP User lockoutTime Field Not Showing

>This morning I was working on my site and I came across a small error in a piece of code that looks up user fields in an LDAP profile. The error related to the lockoutTime field whereby if the account is locked then this will store the date and time that the account was locked […]






Manage Memory Limits SQL Server Enterprise 2008

>Currently on our network is a server that’s running SQL Server Enterprise 2008 running on our Hyper-V cluster. On the cluster, dynamic memory is enabled. Now, normally this isn’t a problem, but when configured incorrectly SQL Server Enterprise will eat up as much data as it needs and so you suddenly have a server (low […]






SQL Server and Dynamic Memory

>Since our move to Hyper-V and the addition of Service Pack 1 for Windows Server 2008r2, the addition of Dynamic memory has helped us vastly manage the resources within our virtual servers much better. For those who don’t know, Dynamic Memory is where the memory utilised in virtual environments can be changed dynamically while the virtual machine is […]






Moving on, onwards and upwards!

>Following on where I left off really from my last post! I briefly mentioned in my last post that I had an upgrade path in place (after testing of course!) for ‘Connect’. The time was approaching to move on with the technology, whereby Connect had been in place for three years and in that time […]






  
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