This article covers the Quest Migration Manager (QMM) for MS Exchange configuration issue with regards to CAS FQDN. Quest support docs are available to resolve some issues but don't cover the base issue. The Article should be useful to engineers working on Quest MS-Exchange migration projects.
In this article, will demonstrate how to deploy standalone RD gateway server on 2012 R2 server without deploying RDS infrastructure. RD Gateway is a built-in windows server role and allows RDP to internal servers from the internet through the Https tunnel.
This article explains SHA1 to SHA2 migration requirements in a simple way by putting all data on table, while explaining SHA1 and SHA2 algorithms, SHA1 deprecation plans and possible migration paths to SHA2.
In-line upgrade from Windows 2012 R2 to Windows 2019 Standard or Datacenter with Desktop Experience over a remote desktop connection. This article shows how to do the upgrade without dropping the remote connection and without turning off the cluster.
This article explains AD System State Recovery with the authsysvol switch, what it does and when this restore should be attempted, prerequisites, demo, impact and implications. The topic is partially documented by Microsoft and DELL and lacks important details, hence tried to add entire stuff here
This article demonstrates DFS namespace and replication group accidental deletion recovery. DFS-N and DFS-R configuration are stored with active directory. Few precautionary measures will enable DFS-N and DFS-R recovery either from DFS native tool (dfsutil) or active directory.
In this article I will cover Microsoft DFSR major issues and their resolution. These issues can occur during initial deployment or post-deployment. The resolution for each problem is available on the internet generally in standalone posts. I have tried to present them here collectively and detailed.
In this article, I am trying to collectively present DFSN and DFSR deployment considerations / best practices, in general, to avoid known DFSN and DFSR issues during and post-deployment. The article would help in defining DFSN and DFSR architecture and configuration.
Starting with Windows 2012 change for network interfaces (adding, replacing, ...) requires to uninstall and reinstall RRAS to apply those changes - purging the current RRAS setup.
The following script shows how to add new interfaces without having to reinstall RRAS.
This article outlines the Importance of Certificate Authority validity period and its impact on Certificate Renewal Process. The article also details out CA certificate renewal process along with CA validity period extension.
Windows Server 2012 is the server version of Windows 8 and the successor to Windows Server 2008 R2. Windows Server 2012 is the first version of Windows Server to have no support for Itanium-based computers since Windows NT 4.0. Windows Server 2012, now in its second release (Windows Server 2012 Release 2) includes Foundation, Essentials, Standard and Datacenter, and does not support IA-32 or IA-64 processors.