Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Active Directory Query

Active Directory Query for Enabled user


Active Directory Query for Disabled User


Password Never Expire Users


Open Active Directory Users and Computers
Right Click your Domain name and Click Find
Choose Custom Search
Click Advanced TAB, paste the code. Click Find Now.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Unable to retrieve a Jide URL from the ClassPath

On run-time please add the following parameter to JVM on

Java Configuration Panel -> Java-> View -> Run Time Parameters

Double Click

Add "-Duser.language=en" (without quotation marks). Click OK

Restart your application.


Monday, April 7, 2014

SnapVault Flex Clone Read/writeable clone

When creating a flex clone with Qtree SnapMirror (QSM) (SnapVault destination volume) based on a snapshot newer than the base snapshot for the QSM/SnapVault relationship;the qtree will be cloned in RO mode.

Below is an example of what was encountered:

filer1*> snapvault status /vol/HSQLdst/data

Snapvault secondary is ON.

Source                Destination               State          Lag        Status

filer2:/vol/HSQL/data   filer1:/vol/HSQLdst/data  Snapvaulted    00:23:23   Idle

filer1*> snap list HSQLdst

Volume HSQLdst


%/used       %/total  date          name

----------  ----------  ------------  --------

  0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Sep 12 07:31  newer_than_snapvault_base_snapshot

  0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Sep 12 07:06  filer1(0050420116)_HSQLdst-base.264 (busy,snapvault)

  0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Sep 12 07:05  sv_hourly.0

  0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Sep 12 06:05  sv_hourly.1

  1% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Sep 12 05:05  sv_hourly.2

  1% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Sep 12 04:05  sv_hourly.3

filer1*> vol clone create HSQLdst_c -b HSQLdst newer_thansnapvault_base_snapshot

filer1*> snap list HSQLdst_c

Volume HSQLdst_c


  %/used       %/total  date          name

----------  ----------  ------------  --------

  0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Sep 12 07:31  newer_than__snapvault_base_snapshot

  0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Sep 12 07:06  filer1(0050420116)_HSQLdst-base.264 (busy,snapvault)

the cloned qtree is created with the snapvaulted flag causing the lun within it to be R/O.

filer1*> qtree status HSQLdst_c

Volume   Tree     Style Oplocks  Status

-------- -------- ----- -------- ---------

HSQLdst_c          ntfs  enabled  normal

HSQLdst_c data     ntfs  enabled  snapvaulted

filer1*> lun show /vol/HSQLdst_c/data/data.lun

        /vol/HSQLdst_c/data/data.lun    4.0g (4301821440)    (r/o, online)

When using snapshot older than the base snapshot for the clone:

filer1*> vol clone create HSQLdst_c2 -b HSQLdst sv_hourly.0

filer1*> qtree status HSQLdst_c2

Volume                    Tree     Style Oplocks  Status

--------                 --------  ----- -------- ---------

HSQLdst_c2                         ntfs   enabled  normal

HSQLdst_c2 data                    ntfs   enabled  normal

filer1*> lun show /vol/HSQLdst_c2/data/data.lun

        /vol/HSQLdst_c2/data/data.lun    4.0g (4301821440)    (r/w, offline)


This is by design. The clone operation inherits the SnapVault/QSM base snapshot as busy, therefore,making the SnapVault property clone as RO for the specified qtrees.


To resolve this issue, use the older snapshot as the base snapshot for the clone. In this way the clone will not inherit the base snapshot for that relationship. Then the clone will be created as Read/Write (RW).
Source= Netapp Supoort


Exchange Server - Forcing Retention Policy to manually run

Execute the command below in EMS

Start-ManagedFolderAssistant -Identity “Administrator”

For Child Domain

Start-ManagedFolderAssistant -Identity “Administrator” -DomainController dc01.root.child.com

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