Azure – FTP on Ubuntu machine

Hello fellows, It’s time to start talking about Microsoft Azure, cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications . . . A lot of Azure services will be covered in this “Tech Trainer Azure series”, and for today I decided to explain how to configure FTP on Ubuntu machine on…

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Office 365 – Mail and Calendar folder permission

Every time when our clients move to Office 365, especially if them previously had local Exchange infrastructure, the most help desk calls are related to access to shared calendars or mailboxes. For that task is very important to know which permissions exist and what is allowed with that permissions.   Mail folder permissions: Owner –…

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Reconfigure SYSVOL sync using DFRS

Few weeks ago, one of my clients had a problem with processing GPO on client computers. Different computers applied different setting from same GPO, but from different domain controllers. All tests related to replication was successful, all GPOs are applied, but replication between domain controllers was is problem, and because that clients had a different…

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RUN Commands – So useful tips

At least once you had the need to start system applications from command line. Every administrator probably know commands for most used system applications, but no one have knowledge for all RUN commands. This is a one big list of RUN commands, which will probably very useful for Windows administrators.   Administrative Tools Administrative Tools…

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How to change default RemoteApp port

Hello all, I assume that most of Windows administrators is once in a life tried to configure and use Remote App. That is not a “big deal” for installing and configuring, but some (most) of parameters can be configured only with PowerShell. One of that parameters is changing default RDP port from 3389 to any…

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How to install PowerShell v4

Hello everyone, long time no see 🙂 Today, I’ll give quick tutorial how to install PowerShell version 4. By default PowerShell version 2 is available in 2008 R2 & Windows 7, and there are many reasons to upgrade PowerShell to version 4. The process is simple and shouldn’t take you a lot of time. But,…

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Nano Server – How to install Nano Server as IIS

Hi everyone, In previous post, you learned how to create Nano Server image on two different ways, with PowerShell and Nano Server Image Builder. In this post, I will show you how to create Nano Server as IIS and make functional web sites. Before start, I want to share some information with you about Nano…

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Nano Server – How to connect to Nano Server

Hello world, In previous post I show you how to install Nano Server. But, if you want to manage Nano Server, you need to create PowerShell remoting session to Nano Server. If your computer and Nano Server are not part of same domain (most popular scenario), you need to do two things. At the first…

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Nano Server – How to prepare Nano Server image

Hello everyone, In the first post of “Nano Server” series, I have briefly introduced Nano Server.  Now is time to learn how to prepare Nano Server image. Nano Server cannot be selected as installation option from DVD, ISO or bootable USB. In order to create .vhd / .vhdx file with installed Nano Server, you need to…

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