Hyper-V Error – Access Denied. Unable to establish communication between Hyper-V and Client

December 23, 2016 mscdex 0

SPECIAL THANKS TO: MPECS Inc. Blog   Close the Hyper-V Manager Click Start and type: %windir% [Enter]. A Windows Explorer window will open to the Windows directory. Type: dcomcnfg in the Search Windows field at the top right hand of the Explorer window. You will see the following in your search results: Right click on dcomcnfg and Run As Administrator. Authenticate with the local admin credentials if UAC prompts for credentials, or Continue if it does not. Open the Component

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Asterisk SIP Trunk Configuration

December 21, 2016 mscdex 0

A few years back I was lucky enough to find a SIP provider that actually gave you access to the connection settings. I was able to skip using the provider’s harware and use my Asterisk VM instead. This was great until one of my family members decided to use up all of my international minutes and get the service canceled. In your SIP configuration window, enter the following settings from your SIP provider. These settings worked with Vonage and PowerPhone. username=2404524838

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How to set up Analog Voice Ports on a Cisco Router

December 21, 2016 mscdex 0

I am sure that this is not done as much anymore and now even less with Cisco trashing the CCNA-Voice certification. Just in case you wanted to configure a connection for a Cisco Voice lab, below are the steps in order:   Set up T1 Voice   CME_Voice# show controllers t1 T1 1/ 0 is down. Applique type is Channelized T1 CME_Voice# configure terminal CME_Voice( config)# controller t1 1/ 0 CME_Voice( config-controller)# framing esf CME_Voice( config-controller)# linecode b8zs CME_Voice( config-controller)#

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Add LUN to Hyper V Server 2012 R2

December 21, 2016 mscdex 0

Using network storage for your Hyper V server is helpful when you have larger VMs and don’t want to dedicate storage for them on your hypervisor. Network storage appliances such as Synology Disk Stations can also backup and manage your RAID. VMWare’s Vsphere made this process a lot easier but it can still be done in Hyper V. First you want to login to your server console and go to Command Prompt. In Server Core, this is the done by typing in 13

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