Issue: The NumLock state was “off” when powering on a HP client. This setting should be set to ‘on’ for more than 700 HP clients. Solution: Download the latest version of HP BIOS Configuration Utility, http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp70501-71000/sp70648.exe Install the package on a computer. By default it’s installed in this folder:
Author Archive for: Former PepperCrew
About Former PepperCrew
Was once an enthusiastic PepperByte employee but is now working elsewhere. His blogs are still valuable to us and we hope to you too.
Entries by Former PepperCrew
During the management of a xenapp 7 x environment I wanted a qfarm overview. I found out that this command no longer works. Why not? This is because Xenapp 7.x uses the FMA protocol instead of the old IMA protocol. How do I go to my qfarm overview?
In our environment we had several security issues after an upgrade from Adobe reader from 10 to 11. One of these was that users were given a check-out message when they open a PDF file from our SharePoint environment . The following screen appeared. Where if you don’t watch out and click to fast you […]
In Citrix delivery services console we had many sessions in a down state. After a gracefull logoff the session remains active. Logoff/reset isn’t possible. Al sessions had the same process csrss.exe running. Csrss.exe is a system process that must running in every session. Normally csrss.exe is killed by logoff. So what causes the process remains open? […]
Streamed Virtual Machine Setup Wizard, Provisioning Services 7.1.0 can fail when attempting to retrieve template information from the stores of the hosts within a cluster and the following error message appears: “Object reference not set to an instance of an object”. This usually happens when you choose the cluster as your target. When you choose […]
For a Windows XP migration project to Windows 7, we were migrating VMWare Thinapp applications to Microsoft App-V applications. Most of the time, we’d use App-V 5.0 SP1 to build the sequence. However, there were some applications that made the App-V Sequencer become unresponsive during the monitoring process, as seen below. To solve this, we […]
Today I am troubleshooting a Windows 2012 R2 server. This server shows a high CPU load for the process “SvcHost.exe” after a reboot. There are multiple instances for this process, all with different process id and different CPU and memory usage percentages. In the Windows NT family of operating systems, svchost.exe (Service Host) is a […]
Today I want to show you how to create a PowerShell instance that is all ready for managing a Citrix XenDesktop 7.1 environment. We’ve all been there you want to check something quickly in your environment. You start up PowerShell, enter a command and you are presented with an error message that the command you […]
The atmosphere This year the DuCUG Took place at the Dell Office in Amsterdam. The weather was great, the lunch was well cared for and the tickets were sold out. So it couldn’t be better. I experienced it as a tremendous day with a lot of informative sessions. In this article I will share […]
If you follow my blogs you should know by now that I am a big fan of PowerShell. I really like working on the command line and with scripts. I am very happy to see more and more Windows based software vendors that are including PowerShell cmdlets. Recently I found a PowerShell Admin tool from […]