Category Archives: Windows Server 2019

Windows Server 2019

Manually force a service to stop if not responding/hung

In Windows Servers, If you have a service that is not responding or showing as stopping in Windows services that you are unable to stop, use the following steps to force the service to stop. Open command prompt as Administrator Type ‘services.msc’ Press Enter Look for the service and check the Properties and identify its service name Once… Read More »

Remote Logins Are Currently Disabled

If you trying to connect to a server via RDP and you get the below error “Remote logins are currently disabled” To Fix this issue Run the below commands from another server. Description: The user is attempting to log on to a Terminal Server where an administrator has disabled logon by issuing the CHANGE LOGON… Read More »

New Features in Windows Server 2019 Failover Cluster

Cluster sets: Cluster sets enable you to increase the number of servers in a single software-defined datacenter solution beyond the current limits of a cluster. This is accomplished by grouping multiple clusters into a cluster set–a loosely-coupled grouping of multiple failover clusters: compute, storage and hyper-converged. With cluster sets, you can move online virtual machines… Read More »

Failover Clustering in Windows Server

Windows failover cluster is a group of independent servers that work together to increase the availability and scalability of clustered roles/applications/services. Clustered servers are connected by physical cables and by software. If one or more of the cluster nodes fail, other nodes begin to provide service. Clustered roles are proactively monitored to verify that they… Read More »