Using .iso file. Right click on the file .iso and select the option to Mount, this will create a virtual DVD drive (Usually the E: drive). After the virtual drive has been created (mounted), you can use the drive to access the content.
Start a Remote Desktop Connection to one of the servers on the domain. When logging into the server, the domain must show that domain. If it doesn’t, select ‘Use a different account’ and enter domain01\username01. Once logged in, press Ctrl-Alt-End and select ‘Change a password.’
How do I Ctrl Alt Delete in Remote Desktop? CTRL + ALT + END Now on your host machine (A), press and hold the CTRL and ALT keys on your physical keyboard and then press the DEL key on the on-screen keyboard. That’s one way to do it. You can also open the on-screen keyboard on computer B and then type CTRL + ALT + END, which... » read more
Windows -> Server Manager -> Tools -> Failover Cluster Manager -> Roles -> Select Role -> Other Resources -> Select Resources -> Properties -> Properties tab “Lease Timeout” field – default to 20000 (20 seconds) “HealthCheck Timeout” field – default to 30000 (30 seconds)
Setup: Failover Cluster Manager (Windows) Always On High Availability (SQL Server) Note: Failover Cluster Manager (Windows) override Always On High Availability (SQL Server). Timeout setup in both Failover Cluster Manager and Always On High Availability.
Open up the “Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager” application. Server -> Sites -> Add Website Input “Site name”. Leave application pool to DefaultAppPool. Input “Physical path” to point to your web application root folder. Input “Port” number.