Update Import to WSUS failes

Importing Updates to WSUS failes with Error (80131509).
Enable TLSv1.2 for .Net Framework 4.0:
reg add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft.NETFramework\v4.0.30319 /V SchUseStrongCrypto /T REG_DWORD /D 1

Reboot Server and try again.

RDP-Tcp permissions

Beginnig with Server 2012, it is no longer possible to setup Security for RDP-Tcp with a GUI. Here is the WMI Command:

wmic /NameSpace:\root\cimv2\TerminalServices PATH WIN32_TSPermissionsSetting.TerminalName=”RDP-TCP” call AddAccount “DOMANIN\GROUP_OR_USER”,X

Where X is :


To show already configured security:
wmic /NameSpace:\root\cimv2\TerminalServices PATH WIN32_TSPermissionsSetting.TerminalName=”RDP-TCP” get StringSecurityDescriptor

Set own Key and Cert for Web Management

upload key and cert in pem format to /var/tmp of the device
connect by ssh>
request security pki local-certificate load certificate-id NAME filename /var/tmp/KEYFILE key /var/tmp/CERTFILE
set system services web-management https pki-local-certificate NAME

Cannot remove uploaded pst files (for import)

After uploading and importing pst files over Azure Storage (Network Upload), you are not able to remove the pst Files using any Tool (like Azure Storage Explorer).

The Files are automatically removed after 45 days after the most recent import job was created.
( Link  to that FAQ)

To be sure that no data is left, just upload a simple text file with the same name and extension (for example  Archiv2010.pst) as the pst. 

Hotfolder – files stuck in “Waiting messages”

Look in BIS6 Front-end at “Configuration – Interface configurations – Rules” and check the “see:OUTBOUND-HOTFOLDER” Expression. May be the name of your Hotfolder Entry is not covered by the expression. ( Default: Starts-with ‘see:OUT’ )

Bind Hazelcast Component to specific NIC

If your System has multiple NIC’s you will get many Errors in your logfiles about fault connections. To bind hazelcast component to specific interface add the following to your hazelcast-bis.xml and hazelcast-inbox-server.xml (within <network></network>):

<interfaces enabled=”true”>

The hazelcast files are normally located in the conf folder of your installation.

Database Error *Assertion failed*

You may see this Error in the out.log File:

I. 08/08 06:20:18. Database recovery in progress
I. 08/08 06:20:18.     Last checkpoint at Mon Aug 08 2011 06:13
I. 08/08 06:20:18.     Transaction log: sem5.log…
I. 08/08 06:20:18. Starting checkpoint of “sem5” (sem5.db) at Mon Aug 08 2011 06:20
I. 08/08 06:20:18. Finished checkpoint of “sem5” (sem5.db) at Mon Aug 08 2011 06:20
E. 08/08 06:20:18. *** ERROR *** Assertion failed: 100904[sem5] (
Failed to redo a database operation (id=4, page_no=0x8fc9, offset=0xbac) – Error: Cannot access file ‘E:\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manage
I. 08/08 06:20:18. Recovery complete
E. 08/08 06:20:18. Internal database error *** ERROR *** Assertion failed: 100904[sem5] ( Failed to redo a database operation (id=4, page_no=0x8fc9, offset=0xbac) – Error: Cannot access file ‘E:\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manage — transaction rolled back
I. 08/08 06:20:18. Database server shutdown due to startup error

This happens due to a transaction log file corruption. Just delete the sem5.log or rename it…Start the
Database with the -f switch and then via Services