I'm working for a client, they set me up with 3 VMs to work on. The VMs are located on another domain. I connect via Microsoft Remote Desktop. So in order to get files there, I have to copy them.
Some of the files are over a gig. And today, while copying a large file, the server froze up. Wasn't sure how to get access back, tried everything.
So instead, I logged onto another VM which was operational, went to Server Manager, added the frozen VM to the list of Servers, and pressed the "Restart" option.
In about 5 minutes the frozen server was back online and I resumed the copy.
It's a neat trick if you ever run into similar situation.
And there you go~!
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