You may observe the following error on Windows Server 2016 immediately after OS startup: This “has stopped working” part tells us that some unhandled exception occurred, so we can switch over to Event Viewer to find some more details about it: Exception details are the following: Faulting application name: svchost.exe_CDPUserSvc_65df7, version: 10.0.14393.0, time stamp: 0x57899b1c … Windows Server 2016: CDPUserSvc has stopped working
I’ve recently spent some time exploring Windows Nano Server installation option and wrote detailed blog post for StarWind blog entitled “Windows Server 2016 Nano Server – Just enough OS model” you can read it here. Article covers Nano Server basic concepts and compares this installation type with conventional Full Server and Server Core installation options … Windows Server 2016 Nano Server – Just enough OS model
All to often I see people doing wrong corrective action whenever they encounter “The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed” error, it seems that even some Microsoft documentation gives you bad advice. What you have to do if you got this error is use proper resolution methods instead of lengthy and … The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed – proper fix
Just a quick how to post. When you do more and more remote management with PowerShell it may be necessary for you to quickly check if you run Full Server or Core or Nano. And unless you never logon locally to the box you and you only managing it via PowerShell then you may be … How to: quickly check which installation type of Windows Server you are using?
Recently I imported some old VM into my Windows 10 Hyper-V and noticed that unlike VMs I created with latest version of Hyper-V it has an extra option named “Upgrade Configuration Versions..”: To me option name is a bit confusing (which sometimes happens in MSFT products out of best intentions in attempts to simplify their … Windows 10 Hyper-V: What is “Upgrade Configuration Version…” option?