Monthly Archives: January 2012

Free Training – Creating & Managing a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 Jump Start

On February 21 & 22, Microsoft will be running a 2-day virtual training event to help the world learn about the upcoming enhancements with the Creating & Managing a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 Jump Start.  It is 100% … Continue reading

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OOF and PowerShell

I was having some issues with setting the Out of Facility (yes, that is what OOF actually means) for a user. I decided to use PowerShell for this just for the fun of using PowerShell. I love the Exchange Management … Continue reading

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DNS Load Balancing and Migrations from Office Communications Server 2007 R2 to Lync Server 2010

I am in the middle of planning a fairly large migration and one issue has been kind of bugging me. It kept gnawing at me. I was waking up in the middle of the night and just can’t explain why. … Continue reading

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Proxy Settings and the Microsoft Federation Gateway

I am a bit more than paranoid when it comes to protecting my Exchange and Lync servers from all of those evil people out on the Internet. I like my servers to be protected from all of those annoying script … Continue reading

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