Scenario You move a clustered file share to another node. The resource appears as online. You can access files from an elevated command prompt. You can access files through the network share. However, with File Explorer you get an access denied. If you compare the volume icon to functional volumes icons, you can see that … Continue reading [Solved] Failover Cluster Volume Access Denied
So you decided to use the ParameterSet statement in your script or cmdlet. But you get now the following error: CategoryInfo : InvalidArgument: (:) [<CmdletName|ScriptName>], ParameterBindingException FullyQualifiedErrorId : AmbiguousParameterSet,<CmdletName|ScriptName> The reason You have this error in two situations: Your command-line doesn't use any of the parameters members of a parameter set. Your command-line uses simultaneously … Continue reading [Solved] AmbiguousParameterSet error
You may encounter the following type of errors in the System event log: This problem can be fixed through the following steps: 1. Get the application name As you can notice there are two ID numbers in the error message: the CLSID and the APPID. Take the APPID and search for the matching registry key … Continue reading [Solved] DistributedCOM event ID 10016
You may encounter the following error message: This happens because you try to pass the password as a regular string. You must use a secure string instead. For example convert your string with the ConvertTo-SecureString cmdlet. Or, if you use the Read-Host cmdlet, associate it with the AsSecureString parameter.
This one is not really complicated. You must just open your eyes because this parameter is working differently. Usually, you pass parameters with the variable name preceded by a $ dollar sign. But for the Tee-Object cmdlet, you must omit the $ dollar sign for the Variable parameter, and it works like a charm!