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Fix for: Error 1935. An error has occured during the installation of assembly component {9bae13a2-e7af-d6c3-a01f-c8b3b9a1e18e}. HRESULT: 0x800736B3

By Jesse | September 6, 2012

This article describes a fix for an error sometimes seen during the installation of Blackberry Desktop Manager.   The error is which appears towards the end of the installation is :

Error 1935. An error has occured during the installation of assembly component {9bae13a2-e7af-d6c3-a01f-c8b3b9a1e18e}. HRESULT: 0x800736B3

This can occur if blackberry desktop manager is already installed on the machine or if components of blackberry desktop manager have not been properly uninstalled.

To fix this problem try the following to completely remove the application.  Then try reinstallation.

 

http://www.blackberryforums.com/rim-software/25937-how-perform-clean-uninstall-reinstall-blackberry-desktop-software.html

 

 

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Blackberry Missing net_rim_crypto

By Jesse | November 30, 2011

Some applications generate the error Missing net_rim_crypto when run on a Blackberry device. This can be caused because the net_rim_crypto app is wrong in the JAD file.

The JAD file is a text file that lists some of the dependencies.   If you open it, look for net_rim_crypto and try changing it to net_rim_crypto_1 and then re-install your application.  In several cases we’ve seen, this will cause the error to go away and the software to function as expected.

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Fix for: “An error caused a change in the current set of domain controllers.”

By Jesse | November 29, 2011

If you launch Exchange Management Console and get the error :

An error caused a change in the current set of domain controllers. …..

This is often caused by a bug in MMC.

It can be easily fixed by going to %userprofile%\app data\roaming\microsoft\mmc and deleting the file:  “Exchange Management Console”.   After deleting the file, the error should go away.  The bug is caused because EMC apparently caches AD controller information, and does not refresh the information after a topology change in the AD environment.

 

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Fix for: LA Noire: The Launcher cannot query DirectX. Please update DirectX by installing the latest redistribution.

By Jesse | November 26, 2011

Not company related but a solution I thought I would post since it is not well documented.  At a family gathering we purchased the game LA Noire by Rockstar Games on Steam.  After it installed it would not run.  The error below appeared:

“The Launcher cannot query DirectX. Please update DirectX by installing the latest redistribution.”

We also noticed there were errors in event viewer.

Also if you ran the launcher it would disappear and not launch.

 

The fix was to exit steam and re-run steam as administrator (right click, “run as administrator”).  After doing this, LA Noire ran with no problems.

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Disable Windows 8 Interface

By Jesse | November 22, 2011

For those of you who have downloaded Windows 8, you may find you would prefer an interface similar to Windows 7 and other previous versions of windows.

The new interface is called Metro and below I’ll show you how to “DISABLE THE METRO INTERFACE“.

Its pretty simple really..

Just open regedit. and go to this key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer

And change this value

RPEnabled from 1 to 0.   Once you’ve done this Metro will be disabled.

To re-enable the Metro interface.. change the value back to 1.

 

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Howto: Enable debugview for RMS 1.0

By Jesse | October 26, 2011

I never seem to be able to find the settings for enabling server-side tracing for RMS 1.0 when I need it…

The setting to add to the web.config right after </DRMS> and before <system.web> is:

<system.diagnostics>
<switches>
<add name=”Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services-Global” value=”4″ />
<add name=”Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services-TimeStamps” value=”1″ />
<add name=”Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services-Indents” value=”0″ />
</switches>
<trace autoflush=”false” indentsize=”4″/>
</system.diagnostics>

Afterwards don’t forget to do an IIS reset to re-read the web.config.

This can be put in ANY pipeline in rms 1.0 (certification, licensing, admin).

For RMS 2.0 follow Jason’s article :

http://blogs.technet.com/b/rmssupp/archive/2008/09/24/another-things-i-always-forget-how-to-turn-on-server-side-tracing-on-rms-v2.aspx

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How to add a server to an ADRMS cluster with no SCP

By Jesse | October 24, 2011

A while back, we had to add a server to an AD RMS cluster that did not have a Service Connection point…  The problem here is that the “Add server to existing cluster” option is GRAYED OUT!   This means that no SCP is kind of a show-stopper as you can’t actually select the option you need to continue.

This can be done.  You do not need the SCP to add the server to the cluster.   The solution is to add the registry value below to the new server:

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\DRMS\GICURL (stringvalue)  = http(s)://adrmsservername/_wmcs/Certification/Certification.asmx

However, the standard rules apply.  You must have Local admin rights on the SQL box etc. so that you can do the remote registry call to get the SQL Server instances…   Anywho .. hope this helps someone….

I didn’t find a lot of documentation on adding a second AD RMS server to a cluster when there is no SCP.

 

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Some useful ADRMS blogs

By Jesse | October 13, 2011

Some useful blogs for RMS and ADRMS that we have found useful in the past.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rms/

http://blogs.technet.com/b/rmssupp/

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Black Screen of Death Server 2008 with Exchange

By Jesse | September 30, 2011

We encountered a server this morning that only booted to a black screen with a white cursor.  It happened to be one of our customer’s corporate exchange servers and nothing seemed to help resolve the issue.  Safe mode resulted in the same behavior, as did last known good configuration.

After some very intensive troubleshooting the issues was tracked down to a service using 99% cpu utilization.   In this case it was the Exchange Search indexer service.   After disabling this service, the machine booted normally again.

How did we disable it if we couldnt boot?  ah… in this case it was a VM image and we happened to have a snapshot of the machine in the live state.   We restored the snapshot, disabled the service, rebooted the server then restored the exchange databases from backup.

 

 

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What? 40:0eh <> 40:13h

By Jesse | August 22, 2011

I got this error when trying to boot up a new GigaByte Motherboard.

Turns out the BIOS was corrupted.. A re-flash with the latest BIOS for the board corrected the error.

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