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December, 2009

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December 31, 2009  2:33 AM

Microsoft Forefront TMG 2010



Posted by: Roger Crawford
Microsoft Forefront TMG 2010

For you ISA fans I know this was a long awaited release as it has NAT capabilities with this solution. Plus Malware scanning of the traffic incoming and many other features. I deployed this at one of my sites and have found it to be nice and refreshing to see the same ISA feel but many changes as...

December 31, 2009  2:22 AM

Windows 2008 R2 DFS Replication Errors



Posted by: Roger Crawford
DFS, Micosoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Micosoft Windows Server 2008 R2 RODC

I was setting up Windows 2008 R2 and the DFS Replication for a customer and keep getting errors. Overlapped I/O operation...


December 25, 2009  12:57 AM

Trouble Running adprep /rodcprep on Windows 2008 R2 DC



Posted by: Roger Crawford
adprep /rodcprep, Adprep failed error, Windows 2008 Domain Controllers

I have a customer who I was trying to run the adprep /rodcprep command on the main 2008 R2 Domain Controller and I keep getting


December 23, 2009  8:33 PM

SCVMM 2008 R2 and a Disjointed Domain name



Posted by: Roger Crawford
Disjointed Domain Name, HyperV Clustering, SCVMM 2008 R2

I was installing SCVMM 2008 R2 onto a HyperV 3 Node Cluster and I keep having problems with the adding of the host machines to the SCVMM. I was getting access denied and DCOM launch and all of that. It was not the case and what I finally tracked down was if you are installing this into a site that...


December 18, 2009  8:46 PM

Browsing Windows 2008 Domains or not



Posted by: Roger Crawford
Network Browsing, Windows 2008 Domain Controllers

If you have introduced Windows 2008 Domain Controllers into your network and you are finding it hard to browse the network. On Windows 2008 Servers the Computer Browser Service is disabled. Change it to Automatic and then start the service and after a while you will find you can browse your network...


December 6, 2009  4:19 PM

Exchange 2007 Sp1 to SP2 Error



Posted by: Roger Crawford
Errors, Exchange 2007 SP1, Exchange 2007 SP2

Had a customer who was running Exchange 2007 SP1 and I was trying to prepare them for the update to Exchange 2007 SP2. You have to prep your schema and your AD for this one as they are preparing you for Exchange 2010 and not having to update your schema or Ad then when you do that. Well the first...


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