Most Popular Blog Posts For 2014


Since 2014 is drawing to a close, I thought it would be interesting to see what were the 10 most popular articles on the blog.  For reference purposes, the top 10 from 2013 were also included for comparison.

I also wanted to wish everyone a great holiday.  If you are going skiing, staying home with family or slipping an extra shrimp on the barbie, take the time to enjoy it with your friends and family and see you in 2015!

 

Most Popular 2014 Posts

For the year 2014 the following were the ten most popular articles on this blog:

  1. How To Install ADFS 2012 R2 For Office 365
  2. Exchange Support For Windows Server 2012 R2
  3. How To Check Exchange Rollup Version
  4. Windows Hyper-V 2012 & 8.1 Hyper-V Did Not Find Virtual Machine to Import
  5. How To Check Database White Space In Exchange
  6. Install Desktop Experience On Windows Server 2012
  7. Busting The Set-AutodiscoverVirtualDirectory Myth
  8. Outlook Unable To Connect To Exchange –Default Gateway Not Found
  9. How To Install ADFS 2012 R2 For Office 365–Part 2
  10. Remote Desktop Connection Manager Download (RDCMan) 2.2

 

Most Popular 2013 Posts

And here is the top 10 for 2013:

  1. Exchange Support For Windows Server 2012 R2
  2. Remote Desktop Connection Manager Download (RDCMan) 2.2
  3. Busting The Set-AutodiscoverVirtualDirectory Myth
  4. Hyper-V Did Not Find Virtual Machine To Import
  5. Windows Hyper-V 2012 & 8.1 Hyper-V Did Not Find Virtual Machine to Import
  6. Updated Exchange 2010 SCOM Management Pack – June 2012
  7. How To Check Database White Space In Exchange
  8. Install Desktop Experience On Windows Server 2012
  9. Fine Grained Control When Registering Multiple IP Addresses On a Network Card
  10. Exchange 2010 SP3 RU1 Released

 

Comparing 2014’s with the 2013 top 10 posts we can see that there are certainly a few similarities, though there are also differences.  Office 365 adoption has increased dramatically and this is reflected in what people are searching for.  This is also reflected in what I am posting here too!

On-premises Exchange still commands the lions share of the traffic in 2014 with the Windows 2012 R2 & Exchange support post remaining rather popular.    Autodiscover is always a contested area, and continues to bubble to the top.   Exchange 2007/2010 version checking and calculating database whitespace still remain surprisingly active.

In addition to the core Exchange and Office 365 articles there are also posts which were never envisioned as highly desired, yet find themselves in the top 10.  Downloading RDCMan and installing the Desktop Experience feature are prime examples.

Maybe next year the RDCMan 2.7 Download post will be in the top 10….

Cheers,

Rhoderick

Comments (1)

  1. Anonymous says:

    The year 2015 is almost done, and 2016 is upon us! As in previous years , I thought it would be interesting

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