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  1. Didn't Space invader one do video about that? If not a link would be appreciated.
  2. Unfortunately I did not think of that. If I see it happen again I will make note of that.
  3. Yesterday I received a notification that I had some errors on my Data Drive in my Unraid Server so I ran a read check to see if that did anything. Then this morning I tried to remount all my data drives, but it showed them all up as unmountable. I then decided to reboot my server and my drives are showing up again but I have one drive that is showing a red x next to its names. I am trying to determine what that means exactly. Diagnostics are included. alliance-diagnostics-20200723-0539.zip
  4. According to our IT person it should allow the VPN to connect. I even tested it by taking my tablet in and doing a USB-C to Ethernet Connection and it should our domain and allowed my tablet to access my Server UnRaid UI. He thinks it may be something with the a certificate.
  5. I am trying to remove the OpenVPN Server TUN Mode from from UnRaid Configuration, and I am not sure how I should go about removing that particular option from my network Services.
  6. I am having some strange things going on with my wireguard setup. I have it setup to allow my Cellphone to connect via the Wireguard VPN and that works fine, I can access the UnRaid WebUI on my phone. Yet when I try to use one of my desktops at work and have similar settings trying to access the UnRaid WebUI ends up in timeouts, or it takes a long time, then when I try to log in it timeouts. I had it working just fine with an OpenVPN Docker. It is one thing that is baffling me. When I get home I am going to try to use my tablet connected to my Cellphones Hot Spot to see if I have the same difficulty
  7. I will post in here to keep up to date regarding this issue and hopefully ASUS will release a BIOS update in the somewhat near future. Since I may eventually update to Ryzen 3rd Gen processor. I also am not sure if I could downgrade bios to work with GPU passthrough since I am using a 2nd Gen Ryzen Processor.
  8. That is understood, is there a recommended BIOS version that will keep compatibility with 2nd Generation Ryzen Processors. Though I may wait until they release The BIOS that allows GPU Passthrough, while still being compatible with 3rd Gen Ryzen Processors
  9. I wasn't sure what information could be useful to start to help with troubleshooting. So that will give me information to start with. CPU: Ryzen 7 2700X MoBo: Asus ROG Strix X370-F Ram: 4x16 GB Corsair Vengence LPX 2400 GPU: Gigabyte R9270 + Gigabyte Radeon R5 230 Storage: 2xSamsung 250 GB 860 EVO SSDs (Cache), 1x6TB Seagate IronWolf Drive (Parity), 4x4TB Seagate IronWold Drives (Storage) What I have done so far is Setup and Win 10 VM that using the Remote Access Software built into UnRaid to get the intial setup done using SpaceInvaderOnes Video. That so far has been working fine. I currently have 4 CPUs things passed through to the VM, and 8 GB of Ram allocated to that VM. Like I said that works fine. When I edit the Template for the VM to passthrough a GPU and then try to start it up the Monitor I have connected to one of the Video Cards looks like it is trying to start up and show the screen, but then the screen ends up just showing black. So I am unable to install drivers or do anything on them. When I try to force stop it, it hangs for a while until I hard reboot the UnRaid server and go back and remove the GPU I choose to pass through. Then everything works fine again. Until I try my other video card attached, then the process repeats. Either I am missing something, or something else. I did double check in my BIOS and originally when I turned on the Computer The IOMMU was set to auto. I changed that to Enabled instead of Auto. I also turned on SRV-IOU in the bios, but that didn't seem to help so I turned it off. That is a high level summary of where I am at currently. I don't know if there is other information that may be able to help with troubleshooting.
  10. I am trying to do GPU Pass through on my Windows 10 VM I have setup, but it never seems to recognize my video card it is plugged into. I have two AMD GPUs connected to my Motherboard, both of them older ones. Just whenever I try to connect and start it up it will never display the video on the monitor I have it plugged into. The screen always blacks out. I am certain both of them work, because I pulled them out of known working system. Since I have the GPU selected I can longer look at the desktop, also any VNC type software I use sees the VM as running. I am not sure what avenue to take to start troubleshooting and or fixing the problem. I know most information I have come across uses Nvidia GPUs, and I see very few with AMD GPUs being used to passthrough GPUs. I am not sure if that could be causing my problems. If you can let me know what information could be useful I can get that to you.
  11. I will use that for now though ideally I would rather run it headless. Especially since I plan on locating to a different location in my house at some point, once I get everything setup for my use case.
  12. I have unraid 6.7..2 I recently installed a PCIex1 card for a USB port and ever since then I keep getting an kernel panic error. So it will not boot up. Though when I try to run the UnRaid GUI it boots up fine, but when I just let it go to the default boot method it gives me the Kernel Panic Error. I am not sure what information could be useful to try to help figure out what is going on and how I can get it working again.
  13. Thanks, I was confused by that showing up, I didn't even think of that.
  14. When I am using VMs on my UnRaid setup. I am currently using the Builtin Remote Desktop Software. After I shutdown the Virtual machine Properly it shows no connection, I then close out that window. When I am back at the list of VMs it stills shows the one I just down as started. So I select the icon and select stop it comes up with the error attached. When I select okay it stops the VM like I selected it to. I am just trying to figure out what the error means, or if there is a way to have the VM stop after you shutdown the guest operating system. Thanks, Tony
  15. Just starting into using UnRaid, still working through the setup, there is a lot you can do with it. I am just barely scratching the surface so far.