Guide to Move iSCSI File server to the new server

Hello Everyone, I hope you’re doing well in the middle of pandemic Covid-19. Today I will share my experience when I’m doing migration from file server with iSCSI NAS connected. In my environment my old server using windows server 2008r2 and the new file server will be using windows server 2016. And I’m using NAS from Synology.

And here are the workaround that I used to migrate my server.

  1. The first thing that we need to do is installing the new server, and make sure all feature for File sharing are activated.
  2. After that backup/export the registry key on the old server, the registry key path that you need to backup are : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Shares
  3. Copy the registry key backup to the new server
  4. Import registry key to the new server
  5. Shutdown the old server
  6. Change the new server name and IP address same like the old server
  7. After the change name server, you will need to restart the server but before you restart it , you need to connect the iSCSI to the new server.
  8. After iSCSI has been connected, restart the server
  9. and then Voila all your shared folder has been restore successfully

The registry key at #2 are the key for the this migration. As long as drive letter on the new server the same as on the old server it will work perfectly. I would hate to see you manually re-create hundreds of shares on a file server

ok I hope everyone who read this can successfully move their File server to the new version like I did. Thank you


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Solved – Windows Update error code 80092004 with kb4535102

Hello everyone, one of my server are having problem with windows update. This server still using windows server 2008r2. And when I try to install kb4535102 it will always show up error code 80092004.

After try to do some troubleshoot and googling from the error code, I found that I need to install missing kb that makes the error code.

The missing kb for this error are kb4490628, after install the kb4490628 manually and then I can install the kb4535102 without any error.

I hope anybody who read this article will solved the problem with same workaround.

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Windows 10 – keyboard shortcut effect that make your users thinks the computers was broken

Hi this is my first post in 2020.

Sometimes when i’m doing the support time, some user are asking some weird problem after using the shortcut of the keyboard.

last question when i’m write this article is “why my display change into b/w colour?” 🙂

and here are the shortcut

rotate the display = ctrl + alt + arrow up/down/left/right

Change the display into black and white = windows button + ctrl + c

If there is any other shortcut that make your users thinks the computer was broken, please let me know more on the comment section..

Thank you

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GUIDE – How to setup auto login on Windows 10

I found this article when i try to make one of computer on the meeting room to auto logon using special account.

Auto login for Windows 10 computers on a domain

In case of Windows 10 computer on an Active Directory domain, you need to edit the Registry to setup auto login. A domain administrator can manually add these registry keys or if you need to repeat this procedure on a lot of computers you can also create a Group Policy Object to automatically add the registry keys.

To add the registry keys for auto login. Type regedit in the search box and select the registry editor.

Navigate to  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

Add/Modify the following key if they doesn’t already exit

Name Type Data
AutoAdminLogon REG_SZ 1
DefaultDomainName REG_SZ YourDomainName
DefaultUserName REG_SZ DomainUsername
DefaultPassword REG_SZ DomainUserPassword

Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.