For all of you considering whether or not they should install Service Pack 2 for Exchange server 2010, if you are using Blackberry in your organization I’d suggesting waiting as it is still not supported by RIM. A full list… Continue Reading
Hi guys, If you try to install the new Service Pack 2 available for TMG on a newly installed server you might encounter an error saying that the product cannot be installed. Users that already have TMG installed will probably… Continue Reading
Hi guys, Wanted to share with a problem I helped solve today. A client of mine called me complaining the he can longer access one of his DC’s using SMB share. Let me first explain you the current network structure.… Continue Reading
Hi guys,came up with an error today while installing a SCCM client 2012 on a Windows server 2003 machine: This operating system does not contain the correct version of BITS. BITS 2.5 or later is required. Digging up on the… Continue Reading
Hi guys, Wanted to share with you a strange error I received during the installation of the new Configuration Manager 2012 (RC Version). While running a regular installation, the following step fails: Opening the installation log file I’ve noticed an… Continue Reading
The other day I had to deal with an odd error on one of my clients DAG server, and I want to share with you the solution for the problem, if you ever come with this error. The scenario is… Continue Reading
A DAG member failed from the cluster The other day I had to deal with an odd error on one of my clients DAG server, and I want to share with you the solution for the problem, if you ever… Continue Reading
One of my personal favorites is the new BSOD in Windows 8.
Hi guys,Just to make sure that everyone is up to date about this – Support for Exchange Server 2010 RTM ends on October 11, 2011. So make sure that you have updated you’re Exchange server with the latest Service Pack (SP1).
Hi guys, just a short posting here. If you want to get a list of computer that haven’t logged in to the domain in the past X days use the following to commands: $Date = [DateTime]::Today.AddDays(-X) Get-ADComputer -Filter ‘LastLogonDate… Continue Reading