What’s Causing that DFSR Change Storm?

[This is another guest post from our pal Mark in Oz. Even if you don’t care about DFSR, I highly recommend this post; it teaches some very clever log analysis techniques, useful in a variety of troubleshooting scenarios – The Neditor] Hi there! It’s Mark Renoden – Premier Field Engineer in Sydney, Australia – here… Read more

Friday Mail Sack: Not Particularly Terrifying Edition

Hiya folks, Ned here again. In today’s Mail Sack I discuss SP1, DFSR, GPP passwords, USMT, backups, AD disk configurations, and the importance of costumed pets. Boo. Win7/R2 SP1 RC in production USMT ramp up Daily DFSR health reports Recommendations for separating AD folders and files onto different disks GPP admin password maintenance DFSR read-only… Read more

How Not to Interview

Our excellent colleague Keith Combs found this movie created by Microsoft Learning.  It is both hilarious and sometimes frighteningly true. Really… To avoid being in a movie yourself: Get trained Get certified Study hard Then come and get it. – Ned “I was the jacket guy in my interview” Pyle… Read more

Post-Graduate AD Studies

Hello world, Ned here again. I was out of the office late last week so there was no mail sack; Jonathan pretended like he was going to do one but he lied. He’ll try to claim that things got “busy” and there were “customers” who wanted “their issues fixed” or some other nonsense, but we… Read more