What did they have to say when you explained the difference between a protocol and a physical connector?
Acted like they didn't hear what I said. lol
Probably what they did the last 100 times someone pointed out how clueless they are. Only a trend of burying their heads in the sand would allow them to think that they could state something like that out loud and not sound like idiots.
The SMB almost never needs multiple SQL Server instances. Saying it is for security means that there are jsut bad software developers in the loop that did not write their applicaiotn to use appropriate permissions.
One thing I've been told is people who don't understand multiple instances, want them. Those who do know about them, don't want the hassle.
Generally true. Sometimes you need different versions, and then it can make sense.
We're about to push binaries for 1.2.4 which is a minor bug fix and performance improvement update. We'll be updating Chocolatey for that, or at least we'll attempt it. (Their auto-validator chokes on our package and requires manual intervention.)
I will poke them if their auto validator is bitchy!!!
So how is a Mac involved here? It seems like you are trying to do a Windows to Windows copy, no Mac in the process?
Correct. It seems that a Mac unzipped the files to the windows server. There was a bug at the time that set the file type bit to something that makes windows think it's encrypted. (thus windows shows it as green and the encrypted check box is checked)
All I'm trying to do now is copy the files from a server that is having issues to a new server.
Where are you running the copy operation from? The new server or the server with issues?
I'd suggest trying to run the copy FROM the server with issues.
@scottalanmiller - no whining with mine. I do have the first XPS 13 from the 2015 series, which had display problems (had to change it 2 times because of dead pixels you don't notice from the first glance on the 4K display)
But now the only noise I don't like is the Power supply infrasonic when I charge a powerbank through onboard USB. Shouldn't be a big issue since it seems to be only me who hears it anyway.
XPS13 is a great machine for doing everything on the go, the only downside for me is the 4K display with some Windows apps and dual display setups.
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