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Plesk Windows Horde This request cannot be completed because the link you followed or the form you submitted was only valid for minutes. Please try again now.

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Published on : November 17, 2010 by

Plesk Windows Horde This request cannot be completed because the link you followed or the form you submitted was only valid for minutes. Please try again now.

In windows Plesk webmail horde when trying to  logout it would show an error like as below and won’t let you logout as well. The error is “This request cannot be completed because the link you followed or the form you submitted was only valid for minutes. Please try again now.” The possible solution for […]

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Setting up FTP via Windows Explorer

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Published on : October 1, 2010 by

Setting up FTP via Windows Explorer

First you will need to set the proper settings to allow Windows Explorer to connect to the windows FTP server: 1 : Open control panel via your start menu and double click on Internet Options. 2 : Select the Advanced tab at the top and scroll down to you see Enable FTP folder view (outside […]

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Override ‘Upload Files to Server Repository’ limit in Windows Machines / Plesk

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Published on : May 29, 2010 by

Override ‘Upload Files to Server Repository’ limit in Windows Machines / Plesk

During the Windows Server migration, you might encounter errors while Uploading backup files to Server Repository.  This is due to a upload limit set by default. No problem, you can simply override this limit. Pre-Requisites =========== Windows Server / Plesk control panel access (through rdesktop) Here we go >> Steps ——- 1) I assume you […]

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Solving DNS related issues with Plesk running on windows platforms

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Published on : May 20, 2010 by

Solving DNS related issues with Plesk running on windows platforms

Zone file and corresponding record in named.conf are missed for particular domain

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MSSQL – Two common issues while restoring a backup and it’s solutions

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Published on : February 26, 2010 by

MSSQL – Two common issues while restoring a backup and it’s solutions

On MS SQL server support often we come across two most common issues while restoring the database (usually ending in .bak format). First error System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: The backup set holds a backup of a database other than the existing ‘user_database‘ database. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Express.Smo) Solution for First error Connect to the database server Go to the restore option […]

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