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Nov 5, 2017
In this episode, I will share some tips and tricks on getting non-booting servers fixed.

Host: Paul Joyner
Email: paul@sysadmintoday.com
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How to troubleshoot startup problems in Windows Server 2003
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/325375/how-to-troubleshoot-startup-problems-in-windows-server-2003

How to Boot Windows Server 2012 in Safe Mode
https://www.isunshare.com/windows-server/boot-windows-server-2012-in-safe-mode.html

Windows Server: Active Directory database repair after Domain Controller failure
http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/sln289101/windows-server--active-directory-database-repair-after-domain-controller-failure?lang=en

Repair Active Directory
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/172eb4bb-a8df-42ce-a1c7-472d33dc210a/fix-active-directory-corrupted-ntds-isam-database-corruption-errors-in-eventlog?forum=winserverDS

Repairing Windows 2012 R2 Startup
http://www.hackaapl.com/repairing-windows-2012-r2-startup

Uninstall Windows updates from the command line.
From the System Recovery Command Prompt run the following command:
  • dism /online /get-packages
This will produce a list of installed updates and packages. They will look like this:            Package Identity: Package_for_KB978262~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.0            State: Installed            Release Type: Security Update            Install Time: 2/11/2010 1:01 PM Find the most recent one and then make a note of the package identity. Then run the following command:
  • dism /online /remove-package /PackageName:Package_for_KB978262~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.0
           Note: Name of update is from previous step which may vary. You will get a status of the removal until it is complete. Then reboot your PC. You will want to start with the most recent and remove them one at a time to find the problem update.

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