Welcome to my english corner, the WebBlog where I'll try to publish my own experiences and to share knowledge with the Microsoft IT Community, about technologies like SQL Server, Windows Server, Virtualization, Sharepoint/MOSS, and so on. Nevertheless, I'm going to continue to strive in my main (and spanish) Website Portal GuilleSQL, where I'm writing about my IT experiences since October 2007, and is recognized as a Microsoft User Group by GITCA. However, I Know I have to improve my english, so some times you should be patient with my english (I'm sorry...). I hope you enjoy your visit. Keep in contact !
The Group Policy Client service failed the logon, Access is denied - This morning I got the following error when trying to logon to a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine, either locally or using an RDP connection: The Group Policy Client service failed the logon. Access is denied. After a bit of troubleshooting I could logon using another user account, and finally I solved this issue. So easy.
SSNWT execution results - In order to get enough information to compare, in this Post I'm going to publish several SSNWT execution results. I do believe it could be helpful for us, so please, if you are interested, send me feedback about your execution result to publish (update) this post. Thanks !
SQL Server Network Workload Tool (SSNWT) v1.0 Beta - This month I’ve been developing a Net Framework based tool to help me to identify some SQL Server performance issues. I’m talking about the SQL Server Network Workload Tool (SSNWT). This first version has been quite useful for me in this task, so I’d like to publish it and make it available for the community. This Post includes a link to download the SSNWT v1.0 for free and briefly explains the tool.
Failed to start macro VerifyUsers error on SharePoint 2010 Web Database Site - Access Services is one of new features available in SharePoint 2010, which makes it possible either creating Web Database Sites or publishing a Microsoft Access database as a SharePoint 2010 Site. Then, the client/user can access this Microsoft Access database from SharePoint without the need of having Microsoft Access installed (only the Internet Explorer browser is needed). However, after creating a Web Database site you could get the Failed to start macro VerifyUsers error message. What’s happening?