Wednesday, December 9th, 2015
I was cleaning task scheduler jobs and found a 2012 server which would not display the task scheduler or scheduled tasks. As I was on a time table and could not review this system; I needed the command line.
To start the GUI for the task scheduler; simple enter:
Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
A windows virtual machine goes bad and gives the terrible Blue Screen of Death. The problem is it goes away before you can read it.
What is interesting is the way many people can overlook a simple solution for getting this information. There are many articles about what to do to slow down the boot process, capturing error messages through many steps, etc., etc.
If it was a physical host, it makes sense. However, with a virtual machine and using the host console (in this case VMware); there is a simple way.
Watch the system go through the reboot and attempt to load. When the BSOD appears, take a screen capture.