Our users reported that when they try to create or rename a folder on a shared drive on Windows Server 2008 R2 they receive the following error message:
Item not found - Could not find this item. This is no longer located in %path%. Verify the item's locatin and try again.
If we click Try Again the folder is created normally.
To solve this the following registry modification has to be done on all of the servers.
We had a strange problem in our environment recently. When using Shared Desktop on Citrix and Lotus Notes as the default mail client and Internet Explorer 10 or 11 as the default browser we got numerous Internet Explorer processes opened if we click on the mailto link.
This usually happens if you are using default mail client other than Microsoft Outlook.
Before IE processes start opening rapidly we get the following Internet Explorer message:
Could not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly installed.
To fix this issue this please do the following:
If you have tried to create a backup using Windows Backup utility on Windows Server 2012 R2 you have probably noticed that you are unable to use the local or critical drives on that server.
It is not recommended to have a backup on local/critical drives but if you have the reason to do so here's what you need to do..
If you ever had the need to import Java certificates to the System store, you might find it difficult because when you wanted to do that you could see that the Import button for the System store has been grayed out.
To achieve this here's what has to be done:
Open Java Control panel through Windows Control Panel or in the run prompt type the following command:
Close the first popup/cache info screen and on the Security tab click on the Certificates button.