See all products »
Curah! curation service
Microsoft Tech Companion App
Microsoft Technical Communities
Microsoft Virtual Academy
Server and Tools Blogs
TechNet Flash Newsletter
Cloud and Datacenter
Windows Server 2012 R2
System Center 2012 R2
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 SP1
Windows 8.1 Enterprise
See all trials »
Microsoft Download Center
TechNet Evaluation Center
Microsoft Virtual Academy
Free Windows Server 2012 courses
Free Windows 8 courses
SQL Server training
MCSA: Windows 8
Windows Server Certification (MCSE)
Private Cloud Certification (MCSE)
SQL Server Certification (MCSE)
Second shot for certification
Born To Learn blog
Find technical communities in your area
For small and midsize businesses
For IT professionals
For technical support
For home users
Microsoft Premier Online
Microsoft Fix It Center
Security Bulletins & Advisories
International support solutions
Log a support ticket
Not an IT pro?
Microsoft Customer Support
Microsoft Community Forums
AD Recycle Bin
Dynamic Access Control
MBAM (Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring)
MDT 2012 Update 1
pool leak series
Remote Desktop Services
Storage and File
Storage and File Systems
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012 R2
Browse by Tags
windows server 2008 r2
Deciphering Storport Traces 101
Welcome back to the CORE Team Blog -- Paul Reynolds here. In previous blogs, I wrote about how to capture Storport traces in Windows 8 and Windows 2012. Please see: Tracing with Storport in Windows 2012 and Windows 8 with KB2819476 hotfix And Tracing with Storport in Windows 2012 and...
19 Aug 2014
RAP as a Service (RaaS) from Microsoft Services Premier Support
In this post, I’m excited to discuss a new Premier Support offering called Risk Assessment Program (RAP) as a Service (or RaaS for short) . For those that are not familiar with RAP, it is a Microsoft Services Premier Support offering that helps prevent serious issues from occurring by analyzing...
10 Feb 2014
Removing a Mount Point Disk from a Cluster Group
Hello everyone. Today’s post is going to cover the steps needed to follow should you ever have to remove a ‘Physical Disk’ resource from a clustered service or application where that disk is configured as a mount point. Removing a disk from a group may be needed if the application no...
14 Jan 2013
Intermittent Mail Sack: Must Remember to Write 2013 Edition
Hi all, Jonathan here again with the latest edition of the Intermittent Mail Sack. We've had some great questions over the last few weeks so I've got a lot of material to cover. This sack, we answer questions on: Issues upgrading DFSR hub servers ...read more
8 Jan 2013
Interesting findings on SETSPN -x -f
Hello folks, this is Herbert from the Directory Services support team in Europe! Kerberos is becoming increasingly mandatory for really cool features such as Protocol Transition . Moreover, as you might be painfully aware, managing Service Principal ...read more
1 Jul 2013
Working with multiple network adapters in a virtual machine
Thanks for coming back to the CORE Team blog site. This blog will address working with multiple network adapters in a virtual machine. Many of you out there may not be interested in this because you work with virtual machines that only use a single network adapter. However, for those of us that frequently...
28 Nov 2012
Keeping backups of Cluster Logs
In a previous blog, Understanding the Cluster Debug Log in 2008 , you were given the information on how Cluster logging in Windows 2008 Failover Clustering and beyond has changed from the earlier versions. In this blog, you were shown how the size of the log can be manipulated in order to keep a recommended...
19 Jun 2012
Having a problem with nodes being removed from active Failover Cluster membership?
Welcome to the AskCore blog. Today, we are going to talk about nodes being removed from active Failover Cluster membership randomly. If you are having problems with a node being removed from membership, you are seeing events like this logged in your System Event Log: This event will be logged on...
9 Jul 2012
Troubleshooting a Stop 0x7B in Windows
The purpose of this blog is to provide information about the common Stop 0x7B bugcheck/Reboot Loop issue, and the best methods available to resolve it. We will discuss the main components involved in this type of bugcheck/crash, what can affect them, and not only troubleshooting steps to perform, but...
5 Aug 2013
Alternate Data Streams in NTFS
This blog has been a long time coming. There is a bit of confusion about the subject of alternate data streams (ADS) and no small amount of suspicion. So I want to take a few minutes to set the record straight on ADS. A couple years ago I wrote a blog on NTFS attributes. http://blogs.technet.com...
24 Mar 2013
What to do if your Windows 8 Modern App fails to start
Good morning AskPerf! David Alessi here from the Windows 8 client team. One of the biggest support issues we’ve seen is with Windows 8 Store (formerly Metro/Modern) Apps failing to start. This post is going to cover some of the most common issues that users run into, and how to troubleshoot...
11 Oct 2013
© 2014 Microsoft Corporation.
Privacy & Cookies