Windows Server 2019 のプレビューをリリース

執筆者: Erin Chapple (Director of Program Management, Windows Server) このポストは、2018 年 3 月 20 日に投稿された Introducing Windows Server 2019 – now available in preview の翻訳です。   今日は Windows Server にとって特別な日です。Windows Server チームを代表して、Windows Server 2019 の一般提供が 2018 年後半に開始されることを発表します。また本日より、Insider Program からプレビュー ビルドにアクセスしていただくことができます。 Windows Server 2019 の新機能 Windows Server 2019 は、今もお客様への普及が進んでいる Windows Server 2016 の強力な基盤の上に構築されています。歴代の Windows Server の中でも、Windows…


Implementing Geo-filtering with IIS

This week, I had an interesting issue to resolve–one of my customers previously hosting their architecture on-premises was utilizing geo-filtering services provided by their ISP.  These geofiltering services were provided at the network layer, so filtered requests never reached the environment. In order to respond to regionally sourced threats, my customer wanted to carry over…


Step-By-Step: Removing A Domain Controller Server Manually

The proper way to remove a DC server in an Active Directory infrastructure is to run DCPROMO and remove it. The following video provides an example of these steps: There are certain situations however, such as server crash or failure of DCPROMO option, that would require a manual removal of the DC from the system by cleaning up the servers metadata as…


Step-By-Step: Setting up AD FS and Enabling Single Sign-On to Office 365

This is a typical highly available setup into Office 365. Ideally this server will be installed as virtual servers on multiple Hyper-V hosts. Think about redundancy, not only in the virtual servers, but in the Hyper-V servers as well. Install one AD FS and one AD FS Proxy on one Hyper-V host and the other…


Step-By-Step: Restoring A Deleted Object via Active Directory Recycle Bin

Accidents happen from time to time and files and/or objects can be mistakenly deleted.  As penned in a previous post entitled Step-By-Step: Enabling Active Directory Recycle Bin in Windows Server 2012 R2, all is not lost.  System administrators are now empowered with the ability to restore deleted objects from within Windows Server 2012 R2’s offering of Active Directory…


Step-By-Step: Active Directory Migration from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2

With the end of support for Windows XP, Office 2003 and Exchange 2003 now upon us, April 8th 2014 to be exact, attention now turns to Windows Server or specifically Windows Server 2003.  End of support for Windows Server 2003 is currently slated for July 14th 2015 and a great many organizations still utilize said offering as the…


VMQ Deep Dive, 1 of 3

Virtual Machine Queues (VMQ) is an incredibly powerful performance technology introduced in Windows Server 2012. A concern we’ve noticed as Windows Server 2012 is increasingly deployed in datacenter environments is misconceptions about VMQ, and even “tribal knowledge” that disabling VMQ solves networking issues. With a set of three blog posts on VMQ, we are going…


Step-By-Step: Adding a Windows Server 2012 Domain Controller to an Existing Windows Server 2003 network

  Sharing knowledge amidst social media is a passion of mine.  I challenge myself to try and spark a conversation via any of the most widely used social media avenues available.  So when a request for a Step-By-Step post on Active Directory migration following the previous Step-By-Step post on DHCP Migration, Pierre and I were…