Monthly Archives: March 2017

Establishing Credibility–Yay or Nay?

A discussion among many good friends that I respect started out with one friend saying how much he hated presentations where the speaker spends time on the slide introducing themselves. I agree. There is a reason, and a bit of … Continue reading

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OOF Messages Sent Multiple Times

  First off, it is OOF, not OOO. It is Out of Facility, not Out of Office. A few days ago, I received a request asking me why people were getting the OOF from a user that was out, even … Continue reading

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Get-CsBackupServiceStatus ErrorState

Before performing an Invoke-CsPoolFailover, it is always a good idea to make sure that the Backup Service is running properly. You should run the cmdlet from both sides to verify that you have   Get-CsBackupServiceStatus -poolfqdn pool01.infrastructurehelp.com   RunspaceId          : … Continue reading

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Invoke-CsPoolFailover Warning

If you read all of the documentation, the Invoke-CsPoolFailover cmdlet sounds fantastic and pretty straight forward.  In reality, there are challenges. I haven’t tested a failover for a long time in my lab. So, I figured “Why not?” Invoke-CsPoolFailOver -poolfqdn … Continue reading

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