Apache Logging Service and Log4Net

Log4net is a popular open source framework of the Apache Logging Project to log application errors for web sites. Log4net is part of the Apache Logging Services project at the Apache Software Foundation. The Logging Services project is intended to provide cross-language logging services for purposes of application debugging and auditing. The Apache log4net project DotNetNuke and Evoq Starting with DNN v6 […]

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Failover Cluster Service

Microsoft’s Failover Cluster Service is pretty straight forward but there are some tips and tricks to troubleshoot and fix issues. Important PowerShell command All of these commands should be done at an elevated PowerShell console. Some command need remote PowerShell Authentication to work on the remote machine. Clean Up Cluster Nodes from Destroyed Clusters If you destroyed a cluster and

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FSMO (Flexible Single Master Operation) Roles

Flexible Single Master Operation (FSMO) roles are used for special tasks in Active Directory that the multiple master model could create a conflict.  This is similar to an atomic or transaction write in SQL.  In Windows NT the primary domain controller did all FSMO operations.  This was a weakness and the roles were split starting with Windows 2000. There are

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Access Denied or No Network Provider Accepted Error Message

Symptoms When you try to access a server locally by using its FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name), its DNS CNAME alias or UNC (Universal Naming Convention) path and you receive either the “Access denied” or “No network provider accepted the given network path” error messages but other computers on the network can access the resource, this article can help. The

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