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May 17 2018

Browser Driver has Received Too many Illegal Datagrams

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I was getting tons of events ID 8016 labelled “bowser” in the Windows system event log. These might be generated by IBM i (AS400) servers: “The browser driver has received too many illegal datagrams from the remote computer AS400 to name DOMAIN on transport NetBT_Tcpip_{356179F8-4CA4-48CA-92C2-AFEA87D1F884}. The data is the datagram. No more events will be generated […]

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Apr 22 2017

Managed Service Account Fails after Reboot

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Windows services can be started with a Managed Service Account (MSA) for the sake of security and easy management. It was working just fine until I initiated a server reboot. The service would not start. Opening the service and wiping out the password field makes the service start again. What could be wrong?Let’s focus on […]

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Apr 06 2017

Windows Managed Service Accounts

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Managed service accounts appeared with Windows 2008 R2 Server. MSA provide a dedicated account for each service without the hassle of managing password assignment or reset; less management, more security. However, an account can only be used on one server.   Setting up a service account is done in 2 steps: Create it on the […]

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Mar 09 2017

Move RDS profiles to Another Volume/Drive

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You’re in charge of a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) server but unfortunately, the C: drive starts running out of space, user profiles being on that same volume.Lucky enough, a huge amount of space remains on the D: drive, but how shall I move RDS profiles? Set Path for New Profiles You can set up a […]

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May 23 2015

AS400 Printing to a Windows Printer Share

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IBM i can communicate with a Windows printer share using the LDP Unix protocol. This is so much better than a Client Access printer session since it relies on a simple share and a Windows service. There is no need to start a session manually. On Windows On the Windows server, open server manager, add […]

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