The Most Popular Posts of 2014

Hey y’all, Mark back again to help close out another successful year of blogging. We’ve been at this for three years, which feels insanely long as well as feeling like this just started up a few weeks ago, which is weird. Trust me. We want to thank you the reader again for sticking with us as we try new things (the mailbags), for spreading the word (twitter/facebook/reddit) and the comments (we really do listen see #1). So from everyone here at the blog a big thank you! Our stats show that every country in the world has visited this blog except for the Central African Republic. So if anyone is in that neighborhood and can give us a page view that would be great. Otherwise we’ll make a new hire do it or Hilde.
I’m also staying to my old school roots and keeping with the mixtape theme. It’s vintage now which is in.

2014 Mixtape

10.) Introduction to Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) AlternateLoginID Feature
9.) Secure Extranet Publication of Exchange 2010 OWA via Server 2012 R2 Web Application Proxy
8.) Alternative Microsoft Training Options, Many Free!

7.) Bitlocker PIN on Surface Pro 3 and Other Tablets

6.) MDT 2013 – Part I: MDT Configuration; Capture a Windows Server 2012 R2 Base OS Image

5.) Connect an On-premises Network to Azure via Site to Site VPN and Extend Active Directory onto an IaaS VM DC in Azure

4.) How To Automate Changing The Local Administrator Password

3.) Attempting to Install .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows Server 2012 R2 Fails with Error Code 0x800F0906 or “the source files could not be downloaded”, even when supplying source

2.) Exploring Windows 8.1 Update – Start Screen, Desktop and Other Enhancements

1.) How to Clean up the WinSxS Directory and Free Up Disk Space on Windows Server 2008 R2 with New Update

Our most popular post of the year was driven based out of everyone’s comments and feedback from a post last year which is great. As we enter our fourth year of blogging we decided to do what any normal senior would do, take Monday off. So no new posts until 2015 but we’ll be right back at it. Here is a good end of the year/night song to get you through until then. Give yourself +2 internet points if you know what movie that’s from.

Mark “5th year senior” Morowczynski and the AskPFEPlat blog team