Friday, November 08, 2013

Problems with FSRM (Quick Fix)

I recently installed FSRM on to a Windows 2012 server.

I started seeing a few strange issues when trying to use the FSRM powershell cmdlets. 

For example, when I run Get-FSRMQuota, a list of all currently applied quotas was meant to be returned.
Instead, I got no output at all from the command. Other powershell commands threw strange errors.

Whenever I tried to view the FSRM options screen, the MMC would crash and I'd get this error.

After a bit of digging it turns out that this a bug with the installation of FSRM which only occurs following the first reboot of a server hosting the FSRM role.

After you perform a second reboot or run:

net stop srmsvc
net start srmsvc

The problem goes away. 

I'm not sure what causes the issue, but I thought it would be useful to document this incase anyone else runs into the same issue.

1 comment:

Aws training in hyderabad said...

Amazon Web Services course serves you in gaining expertise over various AWS products like S3, EC2, VAT, Cloud trail, lambda, and so on. A student could gain expertise course in concepts of AMI creation, EBS persistent storage, AWS EC2, AWS S3, and all other advanced concepts of AWS. Students at Innomatics research labs undergoing this course will have a real time industry exposure and will be able to work on real- time projects with certified industry experts in this course. Innomatics Research Labs provides flexible timings to all our students. We will try to arrange appropriate timings based on your flexible timings. Being one of the best aws training in Hyderabad every student will be trained personally by tutors and industry experts which would help in retaining a good amount of knowledge over the aspects of AWS course.

A little about Me

My photo
My name is Mitch Beaumont and I've been a technology professional since 1999. I began my career working as a desk-side support engineer for a medical devices company in a small town in the middle of England (Ashby De La Zouch). I then joined IBM Global Services where I began specialising in customer projects which were based on and around Citrix technologies. Following a couple of very enjoyable years with IBM I relocated to London to work as a system operations engineer for a large law firm where I responsible for the day to day operations and development of the firms global Citrix infrastructure. In 2006 I was offered a position in Sydney, Australia. Since then I've had the privilege of working for and with a number of companies in various technology roles including as a Solutions Architect and Technical team leader.