Windows Server 2008 is something every admin likes to work with (sense the sarcasm over the Internet, Dr Cooper?). Continue reading
Finding largest mailboxes for future growth prediction and disk space planning. Continue reading
This does not include “send on behalf of” rights. Continue reading
Using WS-Management (WinRM 2.0), Windows PowerShell 2.0 allows scripts and cmdlets to be invoked on a remote machine. Continue reading
The following error occurs trying to use a retail edition of Office Professional Plus 2010 on a Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services:
This copy of Microsoft Office 2010 cannot be used on a computer running Terminal Services. To User Office 2010 on a computer running Terminal Services, you must use a Volument License Edition of Office.
To fix the problem, go to your MSDN subscriptions account product key page and get a key for “Terminal Service enablement for Office 2010”. Then navigate to Control Panel, find Office Pro Plus 2010 and enter a new product key. More info is available on this page: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/983443/en-us.
For those coming from a CLI based Linux world, WMIC is a great tool to get around Windows servers. Continue reading
We have a Sandy user, who wants to share her calendar with Patrick. Continue reading
It is assumed you have your SSL wildcard certificate already installed on an Exchange 2010 server. Continue reading
Change the default RDP port 3389 via registry editor and PowerShell. Continue reading
Sometimes need to test SMTP configuration from Windows machines with no extra stuff installed. Continue reading