Monthly Archives: April 2011

Lync 2010 Client Failure Issues: Antivirus Software and Windows Firewall

In the last few few weeks, I have run into two issues where Lync 2010 users were not able to access the Lync Server 2010 environment from remote locations on the Internet. OK, that isn’t true. I have run into … Continue reading

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Free Training: Microsoft Virtualization

A few weeks ago I posted about some free online training for virtualization. Microsoft recently posted the content that was presented during this online training session on the TechNet website. The content will also be made available via the Microsoft … Continue reading

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Apple and the Latest Security Scare: Location Tracking Stored on iPhones

Here is the issue in a nutshell: Apple iPhones store your GPS data. The data is on the phone as well as on your PC when you backup your phone to your PC. The data is stored in an unencrypted … Continue reading

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Lync Server 2010 Web Scheduler

Microsoft has published the Web Scheduler tool on its download site. This is similar to the previous version for OCS 2007 R2 in that it allows non-Outlook clients to schedule and manage online meetings. From the Read Me document: Lync … Continue reading

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Great News on the Exchange ActiveSync Front!

As many people know, Microsoft has been licensing Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) to other vendors. This was great news to many of us that have to support mobile devices that are not necessarily Windows Mobile 5.x or 6.x devices. I love … Continue reading

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Microsoft iSCSI Target Software

Great news! Microsoft has made their iSCSI target software available as a standalone download. It is exactly what we have needed for years. View the following blog for more information about this software: You can download it directly at … Continue reading

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