How to troubleshoot: Windows – Low On Registry Space : The system has reached the maximum size allowed for the system part of the registry. Additional storage requests will be ignored.

Windows Server 2003 RTM Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 In the System event log, you might notice the following information: Type: InformationDate: MM/DD/YYYYTime: HH:MM:SSEvent ID: 26Source: Application PopupUser: N/AComputer: <Computer Name>Details: Application popup: Windows – Low On Registry Space : The system has reached the maximum size allowed…

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How to add printer ports on Windows Server 2008 Print Failover Cluster

Windows Server 2008 SP1 Windows Server 2008 SP2 You have a lot of print queues that you want to add, you want to use a command line to do this. You notice that the built-in script prnport.vbs does not create the ports: C:\Windows\System32\Printing_Admin_Scripts\en-US>cscript prnport.vbs -s VirtualPrintServerName -r IP_1.2.3.4 The solution is to do the following:…

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How to add printers with no user interaction on Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008

For a Microsoft Windows 2000 version of this article, see 189105 For a Microsoft Windows XP/2003 version of this artcile, see 314486 Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 permits you to install a printer from the command line. This is particularly useful when you use a logon script or a scheduled event to add or…

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How to remove print drivers that are not in use on Windows Server 2003

Often, after a Windows Server 2003 Print Server has been in production for a while, you might notice that the Print Spooler service (SPoolSV.exe) might crash (access violate) or hang. This could be due to an older print driver.  In my opinion the less print drivers loaded into the Print Spooler process the less chances…

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Third-party pool tags

Hi all, There are many applications and drivers out there for Windows. Here is a list of some paged and nonpaged pool kernel memory tags used by the 3rd party applications vendors (a.k.a. ISV’s). Paged pool memory ———————— 272568 Event ID 2019 or 2020 or “Insufficient System Resources” error returned when logging on http://support.microsoft.com/?id=272568 _____…

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Pool tag list

Here are the list of pool tag that ships with Windows. The list will help you check to see what component might be having problems or being affected by an application or driver. Yong Rhee “pooltag.txt This file lists the tags used for pool allocations by kernel mode components and drivers. The file has the…

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