I recently needed to configure a number of NSX Controller nodes to forward their logs using syslog to a vRealize Log Insight cluster. Unlike the NSX manager (and most other components of a VMware SDDC), NSX controllers don’t provide a graphical way of configuring syslog. In fact, they don’t even offer a CLI command for syslog configuration. Instead, you need to use the NSX REST API.
I got this error message when trying to run the Invoke-Sqlcmd powershell cmdlet against a server remotely using HP Server Automation (HPSA). The full error message is:
Invoke-Sqlcmd : Mixed mode assembly is built against version 'v2.0.50727' of the runtime and cannot be loaded in the 4.0 runtime without additional configuration information.
One of the annoying things about installing new builds of Windows 10 is that the installation process resets a number of settings to default. When you’re on the insider preview “fast ring”, new builds come every 1-2 weeks, and changing those handful of things back to their previous setting gets old pretty fast. After installing a new build today I finally decided to try automating these things using Powershell.