I knew this was a requirement in previous versions of Windows Server and SBS, looks like we still have this in Windows Server 2012.
Disconnect UPS devices. If you have an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) connected to your server, disconnect the serial cable before you run Setup. Setup automatically attempts to detect devices that are connected to serial ports, and UPS equipment can cause problems with the detection process.
And while that is a good idea, a lot of times we’re sitting at our desks in one building and performing an upgrade on a server in a rack at an offsite location. I’m all for a little exercise and walking over to the data center, but it just seems like with a couple of switches with the install process we should be able to tell our setup process that “No, we don’t want you to try to detect serial ports at this time and you should ignore the UPS until we can deal with it after the install.”
Wonder if this applies if our UPS uses a USB port instead of a serial port?
Speaker: Eric Halsey
Presentation Time: 45 minutes
Topic: Remote Blob Storage
Eric Halsey, SharePoint Architect at PIMCO, will be talking to us about Remote Blob Storage (RBS) and how he is using Metalogix StoragePoint.
Bio: Eric Halsey, President and CEO of A CTO, is a seasoned veteran with over 20 years of information technology experience. He has spent many years consulting to Fortune 100 companies serving as a trusted advisor, mentor and critical situation manager. He spent four and a half years as a Sr. Consultant with Microsoft Consulting Services assisting large multinational enterprises deploy, operate and support Microsoft products.
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)