Category: Windows

Master Images – hidden CPU time bombs

Wrapping up master images has become something virtualization engineers of all product disciplines have to become familiar with. A bad master image can be deployed dozens or hundreds of times – only to find out a simple tweak could have saved you thousands in necessary hardware costs. Here’s a new hidden gem I found and
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Network Path Not Found

We’re spinning up Windows 2008 R2 Standard servers from templates in our vCloud environment and begin to notice a problem. We can’t join them to a working domain. Network Path Not Found is the error we got when we attempted to join the domain. After some troubleshooting, we think it might be DNS issues… but
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Reinstalling HP’s Network Configuration Utility

When you launch the HP Network Configuration Utility from the control panel or the system tray and get this error: An error occurred due to invalid data in the XML file used by this application. The XML file has been corrupted and should be reinstalled from the installation media. You have no obvious way to
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HP Touchpad Fire Sale Burns HP

If were under a technology news rock yesterday you may have missed the news that HP decided it was no longer going to be competing with Apple in the phone or tablet business. The HP tablet prices dropped from $600 and $700 to $100 and $150 Saturday early morning. A price drop this significant causes
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