Posts Tagged ‘access’

Recently I got an error while installing a second node in a SQL 2005 Cluster.

I installed from the customers’ installation eOpen ressources (with two CDs) and everything looked O.K.
While the installer tried to cleanup installation an misleading error occured.

“Can’t access cluster ressource”

I searched in many newsgroups, forums etc. but none of the answers matches my problem.
I asked my colleague Stefan L. and he remembered he had a similar problem.

The setup can’t handle the two Folders (CD1 and CD2) so you manually have to copy the files from CD1 into the CD2 folder. It’s important to do this in this direction because CD2 setup.exe would launch only the client setup.

Cheers,

Chris

If you want to discover where a specific user has Full Access you can use this PowerShell command:

Get-Mailbox | Get-MailboxPermission -User user@domain.com | where { ($_.AccessRights -eq “FullAccess”) }

Cheers,

Chris