Even though this issue has an official FAQ on this page, I decided to include these short instructions on my blog. Symptoms When you click on Disk Performance tab on any disk page, Hard Disk Sentinel says the following: Real time performance monitoring is not supported on this disk Here is how it looks: Solution Works for me most of the time (Windows 7 x64): Start cmd as Administrator.
Very likely, deleting your shadow copies on guest machine will help. I just disabled shadow copy on C drive and it worked for me on Windows 2008 R2 + SP1.
Here is the command: dism /online /cleanup-image /spsuperseded In my case I was able to reclaim >10GB of disk space on a system drive.
Environment hangs, completely at times, or just for several seconds. If it resumes after hanging, you are able to close the tab where this .SQL file would show up. In any case, you cannot see or edit anything in there, seeing this Visual Studio 2010 branded blue background all over the contents area.
It appears some SQL Server 2005 ghosts are still hiding somewhere in your system. To install Denali, you will need to remove the following keys from the registry.
Solving another common problem with WMI on Windows 2003 called Incorrect Namespace, occurring on most queries.
MS SQL server 2008 R2 was spamming the error log with the following two messages (got around 50GB of them in 4 days). An exception occurred while enqueueing a message in the target queue. Error 15517, State 1. Cannot execute as the database principal because the principal "dbo" does not exist, this type of principal cannot be impersonated, or you do not have permission.
The following MS SQL script will generate MS SQL statements to drop a list of columns with default constraint for a certain table. Need to change table_name and list of columns, as applicable. Statements will be generated only if required.
You may need these to configure your 3rd party antispam software/appliance. There were lots of articles on the internet with complicated solutions, which did not work for me. Here a Powershell one-liner for Exchange management shell.
Having read some useful topics on the internet, I decided to try non-cached Exchange mode in Outlook. After disabling caching for my account, it still kept the OST file, even after forced deletion. Then I noticed some offline folders were being kept.