Archive | Microsoft

What not to miss at HP Discover 2014 in Barcelona

Time sure does fly – HP Discover 2014 in Barcelona starts in just 3 days!  The event, which is held twice a year (US & EUROPE) is HP’s flagship user focused conference where new or updated products primarily get announced and showcased.  The gathering also provides the ability to interact with HP employees and our peers one on one, many […]

Continue Reading 0

Active Directory’s SDProp process vs. Exchange Send-As permissions

I recently completed a Mobile Device Management proof of concept for a medium sized Financial firm with about 500 users. I ran into an issue that I’ve seen before where the Good Messaging server would place some handhelds in a paused state therefore stopping the flow of all email to said devices.  A very interesting […]

Continue Reading 0

Exchange 2010 DAG – Activating your passive databases after an unexpected datacenter failure (Datacenter Switchover)

Even though Exchange 2010 has been out for a while I have seen very little documentation on the Internet that easily walks you through the process of a “hole in the ground” data center failure scenario.  I think that most people have not had to live through this type of scenario.  Since I mainly work […]

Continue Reading 0

Critical Hotfix released for the pesky Exchange 2010 DAG failures

If you are like me and have seen the infamous Windows failover cluster error that contains the phrase “A transient communication failure” followed by your email database being down than this is the patch you have been waiting for. Many of my clients have multiple sites that participate in a DAG and over the past […]

Continue Reading 0

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes