My customer asked me to create scheduled task uses cmdlets from Quest ActiveRoles 7.1 Management Shell. Missing documentation caused my long fight with ‘Access is denied’ monster.
Fully Qualified Error ID = System.UnauthorizedAccessException,Quest.ActiveRoles.ArsPowerShellSnapIn.Commands.RemoveGroupMemberCmdlet2
System.UnauthorizedAccessException: Access is denied.
at Quest.ActiveRoles.ArsPowerShellSnapIn.BusinessLogic.ObjectCache.Save(IEnumerable`1 controls)
But solution is so easy, you have to first use this cmdlet
Connect-QADService -Service "quest_server.fqdn" -Proxy
If you need download updates for unsupported operating system as is Windows XP, for example NLS support for Remote Desktop Client from URL resp. URL you’ll got error message
We're sorry, this download is no longer available.
There is way how to download it trough Windows Update Catalog site here:
Now you can download the file
Sharing e-mail domain as it described in title of this post it by Microsoft isn’t recommended solution, but possible.
To connect to Office 365 you need to download and install “Microsoft Online Services Sign-in Assistant” and to know how to do it. There are some tips.
Run under PowerShell on Exchange Server:
First, you have to copy installation folder from DPM server “\\DPMSERVER\agents\RA\4.2.1273.0” to local folder , for example “c:\install\DPM”.
Password Export Server installation failed after typing password for the .pes file that was generated in the target domain with error
TMG Server Enterprise Edition after recovery from old backup doesn’t TMG show management console and service ISASTGCTRL is stopped. In Event Viewer is error:
The ISASTGCTRL service terminated with the following error: %%-1073741823
Desperate admin. All settings of ActiveSync’s profile are set correctly but sync doesn’t run. Another users’ mobile sync run. What’s wrong? Error record in Event log reports problem “Access is denied” and some about “msExchangeActiveSyncDevices” permission