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IE11 for Windows 7 Globally Available – attempt to access invalid address

Well after the update from internet explore 9 to 11 on windows 7 it stopped working ;-( What happened ?

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MM totally broken. Well IE 11 Was successful installed.

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It looks all successful. but no go.

One quick solution was deinstall the IE 11 and a reboot and my IE 9 is running again.

So think twice If you deploy this in your organization DO a test run first on several sample machines.

Posted November 26, 2013 by Robert Smit in Windows

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How to: Change the Network Binding order for SQL 2012 Windows Server 8 Failover Cluster (Setup)

During the SQL 2012 Setup there is a warning that my binding order is not correct. It looks ok but it is not. there are a couple of KB items on technet. this is on Windows 8 server

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Why this is appearing did I make a mistake ?  lets see mm my lan nic is on top. this looks ok so why this error. lets look at the SQL log

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Ok here it is the SQL setup log file is it wrong ? local area connection* 11 is on top ? what is this ? lets lookit up .

 

NetworkBindingFacet: Looking up network binding order.

(05) 2012-03-18 14:03:04 Slp: NetworkBindingFacet: Network: ‘Local Area Connection* 11′ Device: ‘Device{2E9E3899-BB35-4E91-98D4-BF56F4ADE4F6}’ Domain: ” Adapter Id: ‘{2E9E3899-BB35-4E91-98D4-BF56F4ADE4F6}’

(05) 2012-03-18 14:03:04 Slp: NetworkBindingFacet: Network: ‘LAN’ Device: ‘Device{734667C2-FCC9-4874-B3E0-EDC3BA72F6AB}’ Domain: ‘mvp.local’ Adapter Id: ‘{734667C2-FCC9-4874-B3E0-EDC3BA72F6AB}’

(05) 2012-03-18 14:03:04 Slp: NetworkBindingFacet: Network: ‘ISCSI’ Device: ‘Device{1F016AE2-DD00-4B0F-B80B-57173AF2F36E}’ Domain: ” Adapter Id: ‘{1F016AE2-DD00-4B0F-B80B-57173AF2F36E}’

(05) 2012-03-18 14:03:04 Slp: NetworkBindingFacet: Network: ‘Cluster’ Device: ‘Device{BA1F99C0-0D58-44AA-85E0-ADFB1EF2C422}’ Domain: ” Adapter Id: ‘{BA1F99C0-0D58-44AA-85E0-ADFB1EF2C422}’

I know what it is it is the hidden cluster adapter which needed to be moved in the binding order, and that had to be done in the registry.

I opened up regedit and drilled down to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetservicesTcpipLinkage and opened up the Bind value:

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Device{2E9E3899-BB35-4E91-98D4-BF56F4ADE4F6}

Device{734667C2-FCC9-4874-B3E0-EDC3BA72F6AB}

Flip the registry keys and you are ready to go.

This is hard to find eh yes but you can use powershell 

wmic nicconfig get Description,SettingID

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More info about this is on MSDN

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189910(v=sql.110).aspx

changing-the-network-binding-order-in-windows-server-2008

and it you want to change this by powershell the get-itemproperty is the way.

Get-ItemProperty Registry::HKLMSYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesTcpipLinkagebind*

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After the NIC binding order change the SQL setup marked all as passed.

Samples :

 

Get-Item -Path Registry::HKLMSYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesTcpipLinkagebind* | Select-Object -ExpandProperty Property

Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration -Filter "IPenabled = $true" | select Description, IPAddress, index, SettingID

gwmi Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration | where-object {$_.IPEnabled -eq "True"} | ft Description, SettingID -auto

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I did not post that much items the last month but now I want to post something. So my fiberman.spaces.live.com is full
In the mean time my backup sit is still open
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mmm I was working around my blog try to update this but I saw that some idiot posting comments multiple times WHY nobody wants your stuff,
of course you know this else you won’t do this as a desperate action.
 
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I saw this post on microsoft research on project ASIRRA great project
 

ASIRRA

 
http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/projects/asirra/default.aspx
 

Asirra — Installation Instructions

Protecting your web site with Asirra is easy. It just takes a few lines of code in whatever language your web service is written in. See these complete working examples:

There are four basic steps, described below. First, add a call to our JavaScript from your web form. Second, wire your "submit" button to our Asirra validation function. Third, write your own JavaScript function that submits the form once you get a callback saying the Asirra challenge has been successfully solved. Finally, add a call to our web service from your server form processor, to ensure that you are not getting a request from a cheating client.

 

Posted January 22, 2010 by Robert Smit in Windows

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