You can quickly bypass this error by using robocopy,
use run as administrator to open a command prompt and do the following:
robocopy /e /is /v /eta [driveletter]:\sourcefolder [driveletter]:\destinationfolder
/e Copies all subdirectories.
/is Includes the same files.
/v Produces verbose output, and shows all skipped files.
/eta Shows the ETA of the copied files.
First if you have not already install the IIS role on your windows system.
Open IIS and choose the top level folder(your server) then choose Server Certificates
Now choose Create Self Signed Certificate from the far right
friendly name should be the DNS name of the device you need to create the pem file for, then choose ok.
Now open the certificate manager on your system, to do this run mmc
File > Add/Remove snap-in
Choose Certificates > Add > Computer account > Next > Local computer > Finish > OK
Now expand the certificates folder you create the cert in, by default this is Personal > Certificates.
right click on the certificate you created and choose all tasks > export > next > No, > next > Base-64 > next >
pick a file name
Now, you can rename the .cer file to .pem and that's it you're done.
This can be one of the most frustrating errors because your UNC path may work from some computers but not others. If you are receiving this error the following steps should solve the issue.
Go to Control Panel
- change the view by to small icons
- select "User Accounts"
- select "Manage your credentials"
- select "Windows Credentials"
- then "Add a Windows Credential"
Now enter your UNC server and share path for example: \\UNCServer\SharedFolder
Username and password, then click OK.
Now you should be able to access your UNC share from the windows explorer shell.
One of the most annoying things about Windows 10 is random mouse lag/stutter. To clarify if you move your mouse in a constant circle and it pauses every few seconds this is the fix.
Cortana is constantly recording and sending data to Microsoft, which causes system performance issues. This is most apparent on slower internet connections but can also be seen on all systems based on how much data Cortana is collecting and sending back to Microsoft.
Warning! Incorrectly editing your system registry can cause your system to stop functioning. Follow instructions accurately.
To disabled Cortana do the following:
- "Windows" Key + "R" Key to open the run command
- type in "regedit"
- Navigate to "Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows"
- Right click the "Windows" key folder and choose New > Key
- Name this new key "Windows Search"
- Now Right click the "Windows Search" key folder and choose New > DWORD (32-bit) Value
- Name this "AllowCortana"
- Close the registry editor and restart your computer.
That's it, your done. Mouse lag/stuttering should be fixed.
This can be caused if you've changed your administrative account user to improve security on a server.
In order to resolve this issue you will need to stop the max view services in this order:
Then edit cimserver_planned.conf in your maxview storage manager, default path is:
C:\Program Files\Adaptec\maxView Storage Manager\pegasus\cimserver_planned.conf
open with text editor and alter the line from
It may look something like this:
save and exit the conf file.
Now start the maxview Storage Manager services in this order:
Now you can login with your admin account correctly.