Étape-par-Étape : Désinstaller Microsoft Lync Serveur 2013

  Selon les circonstances, il est parfois nécéssaire de désinstaller Microsoft Lync Serveur 2013 d’un environnement de production. Dans ce guide étape par étape, l’environnement Microsoft Lync Serveur 2013 est composé  d’un serveur Front-End en version standard et d’un serveur Edge. En version Standard, le CMS est hébergé dans une instance Microsoft SQL Express 2012…


Step-By-Step: Uninstalling A Microsoft Lync Server 2013

  Depending on the circumstances, it is sometimes necessary to uninstall Microsoft Lync Server 2013 a production environment. The example provided in this Step-By-Step showcases a Microsoft Lync Server 2013 environment that is composed of a front-end server and an Edge server. In the standard version, the CMS is hosted in a Microsoft SQL 2012 Express instance…


IgniteIT Awards Finalist – B-Line Technical Services

  Project: Welaptega Reborn   The Challenge Describe the situation, challenge or problem you or your team faced.   This client based in Halifax was facing enormous challenges trying to keep their infrastructure system up and running. I found out about their issues when I visit their CEO at his cottage and he couldn’t even…

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A Few Sleepless Nights

A while back Ruth did an interview with Cameron McKay about an upcoming infrastructure project he was in the planning stages on.  While the planning is done and the implementation also complete, I thought it was time to revisit with Cameron and talk about how things went.  Turns out Cam was one step ahead and…

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Unified Communications Launch Tour Wraps Up in Toronto

Tomorrow, Tuesday December 4, marks the last stop of the Unified Communications Launch Tour.  If you have not yet registered to attend the event, although registration has closed we can still take a few more folks so come down to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre – South Building and learn about how to enable your…

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Is Unified Communications Going to Make My Network Crawl? Where to get some of the answers...and free software!

My blog post a few days ago about how using web cams, headsets, Microsoft Office LiveMeeting and Office Communications Server 2007 helped us to give everyone on the Community Team a richer experience during meetings got a number of emails and comments.  Some of the feedback I got centered around How does this stuff work?…

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Bringing the Team Together - Unified Communications at Work

One of the challenges we on the Community Team at Microsoft face is working across distances.  Because we are often on the road, and with the team split between Ottawa, Mississauga and Calgary, getting everyone together for a meeting is a challenge.  I know that Rick in Ottawa and John in Calgary sometimes feel like they’re on the outskirts and…

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It Is That Time Again

I was catching up on my RSS reading and noticed a post by my fellow IT Pro Advisor, Ruth Morton, on the Canadian IT Managers blog.  It seems that the time is nearing, time for another round of DST “fun”.  She posted some great links which I’ll share here… Key Dates: September 30th, 2007 –…

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Who Wants a Licensing Advisor?

I do!  I am the first to admit that licensing can be really confusing but there are some tools that can help you (including the CanITPro team) navigate the waters so to speak.  In the virtualization realm there are some calculators which I linked in a previous article to which would help you figure out what…

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