Validate your Lync Server 2013 or Skype for Business 2015 Hybrid Configuration

  Ever wondered if your Skype for Business 2015 or Lync Server 2013 Hybrid Configuration is setup properly? Microsoft’s Kory Olson and Tony Quintanilla have developed a script to help customers troubleshoot their hybrid environments. While no script can diagnose every problem, this one does touch on the main problems that are seen by Microsoft…


Ignite 2016 Cert Prep Sessions aka.ms/IgniteCertPrep

Bookmark This! aka.ms/IgniteCertPrep Hello all.  I have started to deliver my usual Azure Cert Prep Sessions here in Atlanta.  I always like to reference both the recorded sessions and also the ppt decks that I load up full of resources for you to use. I have older versions for these presentations for the last TechReady, but…


On Debugging Virtual Applications Part 4: The Case of the Missing Dump

I’ve been blogging lately (well . . . not exactly lately) about debugging virtual applications that misbehave – whether by hanging, crashing, or spewing some strange error message. In discussing the use of tools, one question I often get is the relationship of attaching the debuggers to the virtual application inside or outside the virtual…


Annuncio – Lancio di Windows Server 2016

Ieri 26 Settembre durante Ignite, la Conferenza dedicata ai Professionisti IT, è stata annunciata la nuova versione di Windows Server 2016. Windows Server 2016 è la dimostrazione di come Microsoft ascolta e rispetta i feedback dei propri clienti: il nuovo sistema operativo Server di casa Microsoft  infatti è nato e soprattutto si è evoluto soprattutto grazie…


Microsoft Virtual Machine Manager and support for .NET Framework

Today we’re happy to announce that both .NET Framework 4.6.1 and .NET Framework 4.6.2 are officially supported on servers running Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM 2012 R2). We have also validated Windows Management Framework 5.0 (WMF 5.0) with Windows Server 2012 R2 computers so that is supported as well. The official…


Windows Server 2016 Now Available On TechNet Evaluation Center

Following the official launch of Windows Server 2016 at Ignite, Windows Server 2016 is now available at the TechNet Evaluation Center. There you have multiple download options, ISO and a Nano Server VHD, as well as the ability to evaluate in a virtual machine instead. There are also a couple of free ebooks you should…

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PROJECT ONLINE. DESCRIPCION DEL SERVICIO E INFORMACION SOBRE LOS CAMBIOS DE PLANES.

Buenas, Hemos considerado relevante compartir con vosotr@s la información que aparece a continuación, donde se nos indican los cambios de planes en Project Online, así como la “nueva” descripción de servicio. Empecemos por los cambios de planes en los clientes de Project Online: Con la siguiente información podemos entender mejor esto: de los planes antiguos (Project…


Missing Kerberos Account Assignments after SfB Server 2015 In-place Upgrade

Recently we were asked why in a multi site deployment the Kerberos Account Assignments disappeared on a global level, after a single site performed an In-Place Upgrade to Skype for Business Server 2015. When we look at the planning details for the In-Place Upgrade to Skype for Business Server 2015, it mentions that we need to have additional considerations…

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Windows Server 2016 RTM, System Center 2016 RTM and Azure Stack TP2 – now available

Great news! Windows Server 2016 was launched yesterday on Microsoft Ignite conference. Windows Server 2016 is a next major release of Windows Server after 2012, and it’s packed with great new features and enhancements. Windows Server 2016, System Center 2016 and Windows Azure Pack allow service providers to build scalable, stable and cost efficient IaaS…


Support Tip: Avoiding sync problems when WSUS computers share SUSDB

Hi everyone, my name is Bindusar Kushwaha and I’m a Support Escalation Engineer on the Configuration Manager team. I ran into an interesting case the other day so I thought I’d take a minute to share it with you in case you happen to see it in your environment. The Problem Let’s say you’re running…