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  1. Ok thank you guys! It works fine for now - But I tried to modify the script to get it working with multiple files, no chance for me... So is it possible to get it working with more than 2 files? In my case there are 3 scenarios I need this: 4 files to "connect" together 5 files to "connect" together 6 files to "connect" togetherThe output should be the same as described in this topic. Thank you!!!
  2. Hey Scripting-Heroes I need to do the following in a Batch-Script (YES, it has to be Batch...!). I have 2 files with this sample content: line1line2line3line4line5line6line7line8I need a Batch-Script that runs to these 2 files, read the lines and the give this output: line1,line5line2,line6line3,line7line4,line8Is this possible??? Thank you!!!
  3. But also tested on a physical server - Not working... Is this a bug? I think it should nothing have to do if it's a virtual or physical server?!!!
  4. Any other ideas out there? Or someone who can test it?
  5. Hi, already tested before: No changes, just the little loading-circle at system-boot is removed...
  6. Tested: NOT WORKING... I already knew this list
  7. Hey Guys, just a short question: In my Windows Server 2012 configuration-script, I set the following two options: bcdedit /set {current} bootlog yes bcdedit /set {current} sos on Both options are then enabled in the "msconfig" screen. Also, the "bootlog" works fine - The logfile is written to "C:\Windows\ntbtlog.txt". But the problem is, that the "sos" option which should show the drivers loaded during startup / boot are not shown on the screen... Any ideas? Thank you
  8. Hi, I'm also interested in which packages you mean and how you'd removed them?
  9. Hi again, no, I'm just working on some finetuning - So if there's no solution, it's not a big problem for me ;-) Thanks
  10. Hi, thanks for your reply. Yes, I know that restart is the default option but I'm wondering why there is this reboot-counter and how to get rid of it? Shutdown is not an option for me in this case ;-)
  11. Hi guys, does anyone know how to skip / remove the reboot-counter (see screenshot attached)? I'm wondering how to skip this since W2K8... BTW: Setting the option "Restart" in "amd64_Microsoft-Windows-Setup_neutral" to "Restart" doesn't affect this "problem"! Thank you
  12. Hi again :-) Thank you - Now I got it and it's working very well. Just one thing: I modified your script to select -skip 4 So I get a very clean list of just the cluster names - Is it possible to also skip the last line (because it's empty)? EDIT: Sorry, I checked my script again and noticed that the last line is an empty line that Powershell doesn't count!? I' running the following command to get the total line numbers: $linecount = (Get-Content $getclusterlog_clean).Count write-host $linecount This gives me the number "63" - If I open "$getclusterlog_clean" there are 64 lines (the last one is empty as I said before). So how can I remove this empty line at the end of my logfile? - I think there will be a solution to remove all empty lines without counting te total line numbers before!?
  13. Hi CoffeeFiend, thanks for your reply - I'm not sure if I explained my problem detailed enough... I need to fill a variable called "$vmcluster" with the names of the cluster - I think this should be done in a loop!? I want to run my defined function for every cluster in the list: function disableesxhostmonitoring { # Disable the Cluster-Option "Host Monitoring" $spec = New-Object VMware.Vim.ClusterConfigSpecEx $spec.dasConfig = New-Object VMware.Vim.ClusterDasConfigInfo $spec.dasConfig.hostMonitoring = "disabled" $_this = Get-Cluster $vmcluster | Get-View $_this.ReconfigureComputeResource_Task($spec, $true) }

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