Search Results

Azure Stack POCFabricInstaller failed because the following tasks failed: EnableRemotePS #AzureStack #Azure #MAS   2 comments

http://www.facebook.com/widgets/like.php?href=https://robertsmit.wordpress.com/2016/02/03/azure-stack-pocfabricinstaller-failed-because-the-following-tasks-failed-enableremoteps-azurestack-azure-mas/ Currently I’m testing several MAS POC deployments. With this I deployed my Servers With VMM ready for MAS. But there are some issues during the deployment. POCFabricInstaller failed because the following tasks failed: EnableRemotePS   Winrm is configured / installer is full admin  so why ? As the Azure Stack is running in verbose […]

Posted February 3, 2016 by Robert Smit [MVP] in AzureStack

Tagged with

Cluster-Aware Updating Windows 2012R2 with SQL Server 2014 AlwaysOn availability groups #Cau #winserv #SQL   Leave a comment

Cluster Aware Updating or CAU is a great tool for patching your cluster but there are some situations that you need to be carefully when using CAU. Patching your SQL Clusters is no problem unless you have a Windows Server 2012 cluster with SQL Server AlwaysOn availability groups. then you can’t use CAU the #NNFW […]

Posted September 24, 2014 by Robert Smit [MVP] in Cluster-Aware Updating

Tagged with

What is CAU ? Cluster Update Automation with CAU   Leave a comment

#CAU is a great new feature but how does it fit in your infrastructure ? I have already a WSUS server and I use SCCM ,and I use WSUS for my DTAP environment, and now Do I need another WSUS server ? or can I reuse the old WSUS ? WSUS 3.0SP2 (on W2K8R2): not […]

Posted August 25, 2012 by Robert Smit [MVP] in Cluster Update Automation, Clustering

Tagged with ,

MAP Toolkit saturates low-bandwidth networks or causes the machine running MAP to reboot   6 comments

Source:  Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit Team Blog Symptom/Cause: MAP creates a worker thread to request information from a target machine. The number of simultaneous worker threads created is dependent on CPU and Memory availability, but MAP has a cap that prevents it from maxing out a CPU and will throttle itself if it […]

Posted January 6, 2012 by Robert Smit [MVP] in MAP Toolkit

Tagged with

Windows 8 Cluster Update #CAU ( Cluster Aware Update Wizard )   3 comments

Updating and patching of you cluster is always a lot of work failover and patching and the other node. level the cluster etc etc. Windows 2012 has a new tool for this : Cluster Aware Update Wizard. It is not a WSUS replacement. How does it work well like this. You do not have to […]

  • Twitter

  • Advertisements