We all might have used task scheduler in Windows. It is a simple job to create a scheduled task. But I experienced an unexpected error, while scheduling. As you can see in the image below, it doesn’t gave me an idea on what the real issue is. Googling doesn’t displayed helpful results except for an article. This article will give you an idea on how to find the real issue, if ever you find such errors with task scheduler.
One fine morning on Friday, we were reported an issue with IIS. The issue was that the application pools in IIS is getting stopped once the related website is browsed, hence resulting in HTTP Error 503 : Service Unavailable. It was also reported that the development team has not done anything specific in their code, which means issue is unexpected.
It was a fine morning, we noticed this strange issue within our Windows machine. Before proceeding into the issue, let me make you clear about our scenario. We have a total of 5 drives in our windows machine (C,D,E,F,G) and the major data resides in the drive E. We do access a share in this drive everyday to copy some contents. But while trying to copy the contents on this day, we were getting an error as shown below:
DNS (Domain Name System) is considered to be the most basic block of Internet, which means Internet would collapse without DNS. So, What is DNS?
The answer is it is a hierarchical distributed naming system for computers or any objects that are connected to the internet. And now, why DNS is considered to be the basic block of internet?
Many of us might be new to the concept of UDL files, though this concept was introduced by Microsoft on Windows 2000 or later operating systems. Look in, to find what does these files mean..
Discussed here are the questions that you may face if you’re FRESHER or one year experienced.
1. What is your current profile? And what all are the tasks assigned?
Here you can discuss about your current profile and the tasks you have been assigned. Also, you could discuss about the infrastructure exposure you have been into.
This was a new information to me and I am sharing the same for all others who’re not aware of this..
I was experiencing BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) in a test server, whenever I make the server up. BSOD gave me an idea on what the issue was, but not a greater amount of details. But happy to say, Windows has a location where you can get details of the reason of BSOD.