From the main download page ( -rewrite) click \"additional downloads\" (under the main download button) and download the x64 version (because for some reason - the default download version is x86)
The following LGPL libraries are used by MySQL Workbench and their sources are provided for download in compliance with the LGPL.You do not need to download them if you use MySQL Workbench binaries provided by us or compile MySQL Workbench using pre-compiledlibraries obtained from elsewhere.
To be able to install and run MySQL Workbench on Windows your system needs to have libraries listed below installed. The listed items are provided as links to the corresponding download pages where you can fetch the necessary files.
PECL extensions for Windows is being worked on. Windows DLL can be downloaded right from the PECL website. The PECL extension release and snapshot build directories are browsable directly.
You must pay special attention to the version that you download, given that my server(s) run the 64-bit version of Windows, I will naturally choose to download and go for the x64 NTS (none-thread safe) version of PHP.
We are having sporadic but persistent problems downloading large files over HTTPS (not HTTP). Here is what I've learned so far:1. The problem only happens when downloading files - there are no problems with browsing web pages.2. While some downloads work perfectly, others go for a while - usually several MB (sometimes say 20-30MB or more) - but then just stop. I've captured the traffic to the browser, and the data just stops coming from the server with no HTTP error. The browser eventually times out. After it stops, I can resume the download which usually works for another few seconds and then fails again.3. This is sporadic and seemingly random: some large downloads work fine, but it's still happening frequently enough to be a problem. Sometimes I can download a large file OK, but then a re-download fails part way through, for no apparent reason.
6. A key thing: it only applies to HTTPS downloads. I've confirmed this by testing. I have tested downloading a file over HTTPS and it fails repeatedly. I then immediately download the same file using HTTP and it works perfectly. I immediately try again via HTTPS and it fails again. I've even had an HTTP download running perfectly while simultaneously seeing HTTPS downloads fail. I've confirmed the SSL certificate is valid, and the HTTPS downloads often do work, so I doubt anything wrong with the cert. Plus, I tried with a self-signed cert and got the same result.7. Large downloads over FTP and RDP work fine (like HTTP) - it's only HTTPS downloads that fail sporadically.8. I doubt it is a network card error, because everything works perfectly over HTTP (and other protocols) at same time as an HTTPS download is failing repeatedly.9. Have tried with firewall disabled, and get the same result.
However, I don't know why it is apparently dropping that slow. It happens at low-traffic time and monitoring shows consistent fast downloads (several MB/s) right up to the time of the disconnecting.It sounds very similar to the issue several people are reporting on Win Server 2016 at: +webLimit+setting+not+taking+effect (see last 3 posts)
If you are using HTTP/2, regarding to this feature, you could capture network trace to check during the downloading process, is it possible the TCP connection is used by other request or something wrong with the existing TCP connection
Experiencing the same problem here with IIS 10.0.14393.0 on a new Azure VM with Windows Server 2016. Clients downloading fairly large files (200+MB) from our server using Chrome often get \"Failed - Network Error\" after just a few MBs. Started happening when we went into production with https. Will try disabling HTTP/2 on the server first, to verify that it is the same problem. If it is, I will try the more gentle solution with Http2MinSendRate instead. (I have checked that the KB4093119 is in fact installed on this server. And actually it was done in a Windows Update just a few days ago. Hmmm...)
UPDATE: Before trying to disable http/2, I decided to run the latest cumulative windows update on the WS 2016. And, hey, the problem seems to be gone Still need to let the site run for a couple of days before I can say it really is, but after the update and reboot, all downloads from Chrome now seem to run flawlessly - and much faster than before But if this really was a bug in http.sys IIS 10 / WS 2016, why wasn't there more information about it available I've sweated over this problem for over a week, and the only clue I could find was in this forum thread... strange.
I can confirm that after recent cumulative update HTTP2 works properly, now I can download 100-mbyte file over slow client connection (150kbytes\\sec and 300ms ping) for 10+ minutes using HTTP2 with no single break. I also removed registry entries I mentioned above. Thanks MS for this fix.
Albigi can you check if there is a solution for windows server 2019. (kb4093119 update is for windows server 2016. Can you check whether this solution is found in windows server 2019, if not is it known when it will be)
This installer script will simply check some php.ini settings, warn you if they are set incorrectly, and then download the latest composer.phar in the current directory. The 4 lines above will, in order:
By default the installer and composer self-update will download the latest stable version only. You may select a different download channel though. If you would like to help test pre-release versions you can use the --preview flag on either the installer or self-update. For snapshot builds, which are done from the latest Composer commit, you can use the --snapshot flag. To programmatically install specific major versions you can use the --1 or --2 flag. To select the latest 2.2 LTS you can use --2.2.
Docker is a container platform that allows you to define your own software stack and store it in an image that can be downloaded from a remote repository. The Docker platform includes an nginx proxy server.
Follow steps mentioned in this article -us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/quick-create-portal to create Virtual Machines in Azure using Azure portal. And then to configure IIS on your Azure virtual machine, follow the steps below. In this demo I have chosen a Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter image. To setup IIS on Windows VM using PowerShell follow the steps mentioned in this article -us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/tutorial-iis-sql
We've just done a completely new installation of Windows Server 2012 R2 (version 6.3 build 9600). I just ran Windows Update for the first time and it downloaded a slew of initial updates, then rebooted. I had Windows Update check for updates again and it installed 2 additional updates without a reboot, listed below:
Excuse me but I need your help regarding this update. I trying to install it on a Windows 2012 Server Datacenter Edition (build 9200) . When I double click on clearcompressionflag.exe file I receive \"This App can-t run on your PC\". I tried to re-download the file, change the compatibilty mode, unblock the file, run as administrator, turn off DEP, Firewall, disable Ms Defender and none of these solve this situation. Also cannot install none of other updates showed in the post. The OS is running on a VM and other updates were installed from Windows update service.
The product was released to manufacturing on August 1, 2012 (along with Windows 8) and became generally available on September 4, that year. However, not all editions of Windows Server 2012 were released at the same time. Windows Server 2012 Essentials was released to manufacturing on October 9, 2012 and was made generally available on November 1, 2012. As of September 23, 2012, all students subscribed to DreamSpark program can download Windows Server 2012 Standard or Datacenter free of charge.
Windows Server 2012 has a number of changes to Active Directory from the version shipped with Windows Server 2008 R2. The Active Directory Domain Services installation wizard has been replaced by a new section in Server Manager, and a GUI has been added to the Active Directory Recycle Bin. Multiple password policies can be set in the same domain. Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 is now aware of any changes resulting from virtualization, and virtualized domain controllers can be safely cloned. Upgrades of the domain functional level to Windows Server 2012 are simplified; it can be performed entirely in Server Manager. Active Directory Federation Services is no longer required to be downloaded when installed as a role, and claims which can be used by the Active Directory Federation Services have been introduced into the Kerberos token. Windows Powershell commands used by Active Directory Administrative Center can be viewed in a \"Powershell History Viewer\".
Open the ZIP file containing your certificate. Save the file named: your_domain_name.cer to the desktop of the web server you are securing.Note: If you did not receive .CER with your download, simply download the CRT file.
Open the ZIP file containing your certificate. Save the file named your_domain_name.cer to the desktop of the web server you are securing.Note: If you did not receive .CER with your download, simply download the CRT file. 1e1e36bf2d