I received a report from a colleague related to a bug in Windows 7 through Windows 10 where drives mapped via group policy that have the “replace” option selected will ‘flap’ and cause applications to hang and crash. Instead of the “replace” option, “update” should be used in the group policy mapped drive settings.
Issue: Error in event log: The time provider NtpClient was unable to find a domain controller to use as a time source. NtpClient will try again in 15 minutes.Solution: You need to ensure that time services are properly configured on your domain controllers. Here are steps to configure time services on Windows Server. Read more [...]
Issue: you are getting the following time error in the SystemLog and DCDIAG: Event ID: 0x0000008E The time service has stopped advertising as a time source because the local clock is not synchronized.Solution: You need to configure or re-configure the w32tm time service settings on the server. Read more [...]
The following commands are recommended to configure Time Services on Windows 2008 through Windows 2012 R2 domain controllers and member servers."Primary" DC (use these commands on the Domain controller that you want to be your primary/master time source) w32tm /config /syncfromflags:manual /manualpeerlist:us.pool.ntp.org /reliable:yes /update w32tm /resync /rediscoverSecondary DC’s and member servers w32tm /config /syncfromflags:domhier /reliable:no /update w32tm /resync /rediscoverFor Read more [...]
Issue: You receive a popup with "error code is 2771" while installing SP3 Rollup 15 on Exchange 2010. The '2771' issue can occur with both Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 Rollups.Cause: Generally this issue is caused by the Rollup installation searching and failing to find the previous rollups install media. Determination: In order to determine the specific issue or missing file preventing your installation from succeeding you need to run the rollup installer from the command prompt and Read more [...]