Fortunately this NAS, a Thecus N4100PRO, is basically a Linux server and uses the standard software RAID and LVM formats.
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Had to set the PC clock to 20 Nov, 2011 to get the install working! 😉
Once it was done I could set the clock back and keep using it.
This problem happens because Windows only allows two remote terminal services connections when you are in administrative mode, and you’ve either got two people already on that server, or more likely, you’ve got a disconnected session that still thinks it is active.
If you happen to be at the same location as the server and can physically log into its console then you this is fine as you can log in and clear the connections. However, things can get a little more annoying if the server is at a remote or client site.
Open a command prompt and type:
mstsc /v:22.214.171.124 /admin
mstsc /v:126.96.36.199 /console
Replace “188.8.131.52” with your server’s IP Address.
This will connect to the physical console session on the server, thus temporarily getting around the session limit. Please note, however that you may only get one chance at this and if you get disconnected from this session you may have no choice but to physically go to the machine. Therefore, once you get logged in, go straight to Administrative Tools, open Terminal Services Manager and clear those pesky logged sessions! 😉
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Then I had to logout, clear my cache, then all was fine. I’ll update here if I find out more details about the exact causes of this error/bug.
This list is exhaustive to say the least, as well as exhausting if you were to go through and investigate every item on the list…
So, here it is: SLAC’s behemoth list of network monitoring tools
[found via The Nubby Admin]
Fortunately, there is a registry change that can allow the PrtScn key to work while these prompts are on the screen.
To prevent Windows from switching to Secure Desktop mode when the UAC prompt appears:
- Click Start
- Enter regedit in the Search box
- Navigate to the key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem
- In the right-hand pane, right-click, select New, and then DWORD (32-bit) Value
- Enter PromptOnSecureDesktop for the new entry’s name
- Right-click your new entry and click Modify
- Enter 0 in the Value data box and click OK
- Close the Registry Editor
You may have to reboot your system for this change to take effect, although I didn’t today.