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About ksanjeevp

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    Windows 10
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    Intel
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    4GB
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    Hard Disk
  • Storage Size
    500GB – 1TB
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    Intel

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  1. Steps:- To upgrade on same server- If you want to upgrade on another server you also can do. To upgrade on same server, OS win server 2012 R2. Check for Windows updates, Installed required updates. Cmd to stop, TFS services(cd C:\Program Files\Microsoft Team Foundation Server 14.0\Tools>Tfsserviceconntrol.exe quiesce Check URL should not be working. 3. SQL 2016 upgrade with SP1 upgrade your sql with Higher Version or if you want to be on same SQL 2014 then you require to install SP, upgrade will be required.
  2. You can check First. sc \\servername query If it gives you error (Access denied) means you need to set the required permission for user. Also You should allow WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) Port -135 in Firewall exception of Remote computer, for which you want to manage services. Also, you can do via cmd (run as admin) - sc \\servername start ServiceName (start or stop) Hope it will help.. Thanks,
  3. Better you should write with all the Details, which OS are you using etc ..However assuming you will have another account with admin privilege You can restore the backup from restorepoint or from backup..as suggested above. or go to Windows +R (run) - secpol.msc or gpedit.msc and make the required changes one by one. Thanks,
  4. How to Take backup of All of the Databases available on instance ? Sometimes Its required to take all of the Databases to be backed up periodically for more reliable backup process. If You require to get backup of any critical server's Database then You shouldn't do manually always, It will be better to automate the Process.SQL Query to take backup for All the Databases:- DECLARE @name VARCHAR(50) -- database name DECLARE @path VARCHAR(256) -- path for backup files DECLARE @fileName VARCHAR(256) -- filename for backup DECLARE @fileDate VARCHAR(20) -- used for file name-- specify database ba
  5. Here I am sharing about UCC SSL certificate Installation. Prior to start its required to understand what is an SSL certificate. and why we require it, I have tried an easy way to understand and sharing easy steps of Installation.UCC SSL certificate- also called multidomain SSL certificate. UCC- Unified Communication Certificate is an SSL certificate that secures multiple domains(SAN- subject alternative names), Host names(FQDN) within a Domain.UCC lets you secure your Primary Domain and after SANs or any hostname which you use Publically for any hosted services. It can support upto 99
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