maandag 3 juni 2013
donderdag 30 mei 2013
This is just a blog for me to remember those commands I keep forgetting, or mistakes I keep making!
findstr /m /s /n /i /c:"<text>" * = Find <text> in all files and subfolders and display the filename that has the text in te file
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maandag 25 februari 2013
Today I was working on setting up my new test environment based on Windows 2012, SQL Server 2012 and SharePoint 2013. On my Windows 8 Notebook in Hyper-V, 32GB, i7, 128GB SSD BootDisk & 512GB SSD disk to store my virtuals. But this had nothing to do with the mistake I made, just wanted to let you know what I working with.
I started with a new Windows 2012 Domain Controller. Added a Virtual Internal Switch in Hyper-V. After installing Windows, I started to add and configure the AD role.
Created the domain, and because I think I know what I’m doing didn’t check anything else.
Installed my second Windows 2012 server that needs to become a SQL 2012 Server. Then I tried to add it to the domain what resulted in an error: Could not find a domain controller for the domain…. Ping to the domain controller is working so why is this not working?
Let’s have a look at the DC, running DCDIAG gives me the following error:
The host 178cda1d-ee16-4f2d-8256-26f714b0770d._msdcs.personal.local could not be resolved to an IP address. Check the DNS server, DHCP, server name, etc
Check that the IP address is registered correctly with the DNS server.
Executed a demotion for the domain, and a DCPROMO to recreate it, same result, found some blogs about ipconfig /registerdns, net stop netlogon, net start netloging, dcdiag /fix etc. Nothing seemed to help and then it did hit me in the face…….
I take a look at the NIC on the virtual and found I did not configure a static IP yet, so I’t had a APIPA (169.254.0.x) range address. And DNS does not work with APIPA addresses!!!! Stupid mistake.
Changed to a 10.0.0.x range, restarted DNS and executed DCDIAG, no errors anymore!
Never start working on something when it’s time to take a nap