You can quickly clear all port statistics on a Brocade SAN switch. Log on to the switch through CLI and run either:
You can also use portstatsclear -i portnumber to clear individual ports or port ranges. To clear all ports on a 24-ports switch:
portstatsclear -i 0-23
DigiCert has a very handy tool to automatically change the internal and external URLs of an Exchange CAS server:
You can download installation files and ISOs of any of the latest versions of VMWare Tools for each released version of ESX:
This is useful if you need support for a certain OS version but are not able to upgrade the ESX host in order to get it (e.g. Windows 10 support on ESX 5.5 "non-u3").
Note that, although officially unsupported, VMWare Tools is technically backwards compatible, meaning you can install a newer version on a guest running on an older ESX host.
Windows 10 is not out of the box supported on ESX 5.5, unless you're running 5.5u3. One of the issues is that earlier versions do not have a compatible video driver for Windows 10.
However, for older versions of ESX 5.5, you can manually download the VMWare Tools and install them:
If Outlook displays duplicate reminders for the same event, and you don't actually have two appointments with the same content, or the same PST/OST in your profile multiple, you probably have a corrupt reminder "folder", an internal hidden folder containing your reminders.
You can rebuild the reminder folder by exiting Outlook completely, then starting it with a parameter:
You can start Outlook with this parameter through the Run dialog (Start → Run, or WinKey + R).
You can easily move the table to another filegroup by recreate the clustered index on the table:
CREATE CLUSTERED INDEX CIX_YourTable ON dbo.YourTable(YourClusteringKeyFields) WITH DROP_EXISTING ON [filegroup_name]
If the clustered index is unique:
CREATE UNIQUE CLUSTERED INDEX CIX_YourTable ON dbo.YourTable(YourClusteringKeyFields) WITH DROP_EXISTING ON [filegroup_name]
This creates a new clustered index and drops the old one. Because the new index is created in the other filegroup, the table will have been moved to that filegroup.
Assuming you have not configured that specific port as an L-Port, this can happen where the HBA did not completely log on to the fabric. This issue has been known to happen on Emulex HBAs.
To resolve, simply disable and re-enable the port on the SAN switch:
portdisable <port-number> portenable <port-number>
You can check the warranty and support contract status of your HP products online. This includes the base warranty, support contracts and/or carepacks.