Today i will share how to solved backup exec 2014 console crashes after installing the .net framework 4.8
when i try to install the .net framework 4.8 on the Backup exec server (windows server 2012 r2) it’s running without failure message.
And then i try to running the backup exec console after the installation.
It will show like below picture
i try to repair the backup exec console but no luck.
and Uninstall it and try to reinstall it but it still happened.
After that i try to search how to uninstall the .net framework 4.8
i found the article in here, that we need to Uninstall .NET Framework 4.8 and reboot server. This update will be listed as KB4486105 (Windows 2012 R2), KB4486081 (Windows 2012) and KB4486129 (Windows 2016) in the list of installed updates. For Windows 2008 R2, remove .NET 4.8 through Programs and Features in Control Panel.
After reboot, the backup exec console will running as usual.
i found the problem that show up the windows time services not running when using workgroup environment.
and for the solution, please use this workaround.
Run the following command to delete the trigger event that’s registered as the default setting and to change the Startup Type setting for the Windows Time service from Manual to Automatic:
sc triggerinfo w32time delete
Run the following command to define a trigger event that suits your environment. In this example, the command determines whether an IP address is given to a host, and then it starts or stops the service.
Change the Startup Type of the Windows Time service from Manual to Automatic (Delayed Start).
Note If the Startup Type of the Windows Time service is set to Automatic (Delayed Start), the Windows Time service may be started by the “Time Synchronization before the Service Control Manager starts the Windows Time service” task. (This depends on the startup timing of the Windows operating system in question.)
In this situation, the service triggers an automatic stop after the success of the Time Synchronization task. Therefore, if you use Method 3, you must disable the “Time Synchronization to avoid the task to start the Windows Time service” task. To do this, follow these steps:
Start the Task Scheduler.
Under Task Scheduler Library / Microsoft / Windows / Time Synchronization, click Synchronize Time.
Right-click, and then click Disabled on the shortcut menu.
well this is some question from member of IT Team, he’s have some problem with the hardisk space that suddenly near to zero. And then i found some software and yes we can use it to searching what file or folder consumed our hardisk. I used treesize software and you can download it on this link