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From Monday June 24 2013 to Friday June 28 2013, Microsoft organizes TechEd Europe at the Feria Internacional de Madrid (IFEMA) in Madrid, Spain. With a much warmer climate than Amsterdam (TechEd Europe 2012) and Berling (TechEd Europe 2009 and TechEd Europe 2010) and Microsofts convenient repositioning of this event in June, this event should be ...
Everyone can have some trouble using Backup Exec to backup their Threat Management Gateway 2010. TMG uses a different range of dynamic ports from the standard Windows Server installations.
Since Windows Vista the new default start port is 49152. The default end port is 65535. Earlier versions of Windows used 1025 through 5000. The new range ...
Microsoft Threat Management Gateway (TMG) should make publishing websites easy. Generally it is. We had a configuration as shown below:
This should work like a charm. Unfortunately it did not in Internet Explorer 9. Upon testing the published site we noticed that some of the SharePoint functionality was not working as intended; Menu ...
When I was at a client the other day I encountered the following:
As you can see the Exchange environment in itself already contains a single point of failure. Namely the Exchange-01 server who solemnly functions as a client access and transport hub. The two database servers however are both made high available through the use of the ...
When upgrading your environment to squeaky clean Windows Server 2008 R2 installations sooner or later you will have to tackle the SQL server. Migrating a Microsoft SQL server from 2005 to, say, 2008 R2 should be a walk in the park. It should be, if no one is actually using the server. Unfortunately this won’t be the case. Why buy a license to a ...
This is a pretty cool one liner that is of tremendous help. You can get the
serial number of most PCs via PowerShell remotely. This includes Dell service
Get-WMIObject -Class ''Win32_BIOS'' -Computer computername | select SerialNumber
Get-WMIObject –Class ...
Cool new tool by Microsoft to help you troubleshoot IPsec.
Get it here.
Microsoft IPsec Diagnostic Tool checks for common network
problems on the host machine and if found, suggests repair commands.
Further, it collects IPsec policy information on the system and parses
the IPsec logs to deduce why a failure might have ...
The Performance team put together a good post about Windows Server 2008 Upgrade Paths, Resource Limits and Registry Values.
Check it out here.
Pricing isn't that bad for 2008.
Quick Shot: Windows Server 2008 Standard: $999 (with five Client Access Licenses, or CALs) Windows Server 2008 Enterprise: $3,999 (with 25 CALs) Windows Server 2008 Datacenter: $2,999 (per processor) Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based Systems: $2,999 (per processor) Windows Web Server 2008: $469 ...
Looks like it is now in Q1 of 2008.
More info here.