Restarted before updating can continue
Maybe you're delivering a presentation to a huge audience. Maybe you just need to get some work done on a tight deadline. Windows will take control of your computer, force-feed it updates and flip the reset switch automatically -- and there's not a damn thing you can do about it, once it gets started. As far as I'm concerned, it's the single worst thing about Windows. And when I poked around Microsoft, the overarching message I received was that Microsoft has no interest in fixing it. On September 1, 2010, I sat within speaking distance of Apple CEO Steve Jobs, ready to help live-blog his every word.
And don't expect to use your computer again soon; depending on the speed of your drive and the size of the update, it could be anywhere from 10 minutes to well over an hour before your PC is ready for work.
I know what you're thinking: "How many times do you have to get burned before you get a Mac? Or even an i Pad with a keyboard cover -- anything but a Windows machine that can just spontaneously restart while you're in the middle of mission-critical work.
The solution is to install the RSAT-ADDS components on the server.
Clear(); install-Exchange Schema -Ldap File Name ($role Install Path “Setup\Data\” $Role Schema Prefix “schema0.ldf”) ” was run: “The system cannot find the file specified”.
The Active Directory Schema is not up-to-date and is not install ed on this computer.
You must install by opening Windows Powershell, running ‘Import-Module Server Manager', then running ‘Add-Windows Feature RSAT-ADD S'.
Alternately you can restart setup on a domain controller.