Error: 0x8007232B DNS Name Does Not Exist
Nov23

Error: 0x8007232B DNS Name Does Not Exist

KB ID 0001622 Problem Seen when attempting to ‘Activate’ a Window machine; Error: 0x8007232B DNS name does not exist Solution The reason for this error is the Windows machine has looked for a KMS (Key Management Server) in its local DNS, and not found one. This is because (out of the box) it has a Windows KMS licence code installed. Now if you have a KMS server you need to work out why you cant see it, I’ve covered...

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Cluster: Not Reachable On UDP Port 3433
Nov19

Cluster: Not Reachable On UDP Port 3433

KB ID 0001621 Problem Seen on a Microsoft Hyper-V failover cluster (Server 2019); Network Interfaces {Node-Name} {Interface-Name} and {Node-Name} {Interface-Name} are on the same cluster network, yet address {IP-Address} is not reachable from {IP-Address} using UDP port 3433 Solution I’ve seen this error before, and usually you just need to disable the firewall or open UDP port 3433 and then re-validate the cluster (job done)....

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Office 365 Retention Policies
Nov18

Office 365 Retention Policies

KB ID 0001620 Problem Most things in Office 365 operate on a 30 day retention principle, but what if you are governed by restrictions that require you to retain your data for 5 years or 7 years in some cases? We have had Retention policies in Exchange for years, and I knew you could create a policy in exchange online, but what about OneDrive or SharePoint data? Well with O365 you can specify a ‘top level’ retention policy...

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Exchange Event ID 1012 & 1013
Nov18

Exchange Event ID 1012 & 1013

KB ID 0001619 Problem Seen on Exchange 2013/2016 Event ID 1012 Log Name: Application Source:  MSExchangeDiagnostics Event ID: 1012 Task Category: General Level: Error Keywords: Classic User:  N/A Description: Data loss occurred in RetentionAgent: RetentionAgent: Data loss occurred. The size of this folder E:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Logging\Diagnostics\DailyPerformanceLogs has reached the max size allowed –...

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VMware: List/Audit VMware Tools Versions
Nov15

VMware: List/Audit VMware Tools Versions

KB ID 0001618 Problem If you want to either audit, or simply get a quick list of which of your VMs are running which versions of VMware Tools, here are a few options. Show VMware Tools Versions With PowerCLI Use the following Syntax Get-VM | Select-Object -Property Name,@{Name=’ToolsVersion’;Expression={$_.Guest.ToolsVersion}} Like so; Show VMware Tools Versions With VI Client Using HTML Client To Show VMware Tools...

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