In previous two parts i.e. Part-I: Installing Windows Server Backup and Part-II: Configuing Hyper-V VM Backups using WSB I have tried to provide the steps to configure HyperV VM backups on a External USB Drive. Today, in this Post I will explain the steps to recover a VM from the Backup which we have configured.
Recently I have worked on a project where I have to stream a video on Internet which will be then accessed by the Servers on different locations and those servers will then stream the same video to the sub-ordinate systems simultaneously. Using this we can reduce the Load on Main Streaming Server as well as we can save lot of bandwidth as if all the server/systems connect to the Main server directly bandwidth usage of both the server and the client will be very high.
“QaasWall” is an open-source Firewall for windows which uses IP security policy (IPSec) to block IP address automatically that means users does not need to make any efforts other than running the setup on the server. The word “Qaas” in Arabic means Tough which spells it as ToughWall. After installation all your previous rules (IPSec or Firewall rules) would get disabled and it works in layers which are mentioned below:
IIS Application Pool Crashed: The Module DLL C:\Windows\system32\inetsrv\rewrite.dll failed to load.
After migration of your website (from ServerA to ServerB) to a new Webserver when you try to access the website you get “503 Error – Service Unavailable” Error on your website and IIS Management Console shows that application pool of the site is crashed or stopped. Even after you start the application pool of the site it is getting crashed when someone try to access website.
Sometime while connecting to MSSQL Server Configuration Manager it throws following Error