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SysInternals are well-known for producing extremely useful diagnostic tools, and the one to use in this case is Process Monitor. You can down-load it individually, or as part of the Suite, which is well worth having, especially Process Explorer, which is a much-enhanced replacement for Task Manager. All the utilities are freeware. You simply down-load the ...


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No interconnection. That server is real. There are shockingly powerful servers on the market, and I too was appalled when I learned of them. Let's see an example: For a bit under $10,000 you can have the Dell PowerEdge R920. It can handle up to six terabytes of RAM. You can have in it four Intel Xeon E7-4200 line processors, which can have upwards of six ...


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Open registry editor and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Drive. On the right you should see a key named TileInfo. This is the key that defines what information will be shown next to the drive in Explorer when View is set to Tiles. From the screenshot you provided it looks like yours may be empty or non-existent (since it isn't displaying ...


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You'll have to turn on Visual Styles on the server, which is an involved process, because, well, it is a server. It's called Desktop Experience in Windows Server 2008, to get to it, go to Control Panel, and then, under Programs, click Turn Windows Features on or off.‌ Hit "Add Features" in the Features Summary section, then select the Desktop Experience ...


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Raid 5 will not help you here, since you only have 2 drives, and raid 5 requires at least 3. If you want to use raid for large, resilient storage, a lot of questions need to be taken into account. How many drives will be in the raid? Note, these all will need to be the same size for any raid How much space do I need useable? How many drives can die ...


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I had a similar case, and it seems that task scheduler treats the "start in" option differently whether you run it manually or on system startup. My "start in" was not defined. It wasn't until I properly set it up to start my script in the desired location that I was able to reproduce the same behaviour regardless of whether I was running on startup or ...



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