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Windows MMC shortcuts .msc

Microsoft Windows MMC shortcuts .msc

Application Command Active Directory Domains and Trusts domain.msc Active Directory Management admgmt.msc Active Directory Sites and Services dssite.msc Active Directory Users and Computers dsa.msc ADSI Edit adsiedit.msc Authorization manager azman.msc Certification Authority Management certsrv.msc Certificate Templates certtmpl.msc Cluster Administrator cluadmin.exe Computer Management compmgmt.msc Component Services comexp.msc Configure Your Server cys.exe Device Manager devmgmt.msc DHCP Management dhcpmgmt.msc Disk Defragmenter dfrg.msc Disk Manager diskmgmt.msc Distributed File System dfsgui.msc DNS Management dnsmgmt.msc Event Viewer eventvwr.msc Indexing Service Management ciadv.msc IP Address Manage ipaddrmgmt.msc Licensing Manager llsmgr.exe Local Certificates Management certmgr.msc Local Group Policy Editor gpedit.msc Local Security Settings Manager secpol.msc Local Users and Groups Manager lusrmgr.msc Network Load balancing nlbmgr.exe Performance Monitor perfmon.msc PKI Viewer pkiview.msc Public Key Management pkmgmt.msc Quality of Service Control Management acssnap.msc Remote Desktop tsmmc.msc Remote Storage Administration rsadmin.msc Removable Storage ntmsmgr.msc Removable Storage Operator Requests ntmsoprq.msc Routing and Remote Access Manager rrasmgmt.msc Resultant Set of Policy rsop.msc Schema […]

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VMware vCloud Air Microsoft Exchange

VMware vCloud Air Microsoft Exchange and SRM

Over the past few months I have been working on a number of scenarios for VMware vCloud Air and deploying Microsoft Exchange in a Hybrid Cloud design. I have written a couple of blog articles about the subject too. VMware vCloud Air Microsoft Exchange The first one was about how you would deploy Microsoft Exchange in a hybrid cloud and at a high level how you would do this. Read the article here. The second article, I wrote for VMware blogs, which discusses the business reasons behind why you would actually want too, and this article can be read here. At a high level these are: • Growth – Speed – Agility – Expansion – Fluidity • Leverage Existing Infrastructure – Backups – Archiving • Disaster Recovery – Build a highly resilient messaging solution • Operational efficiency – SLAs from cloud In the first article, I talk about why you […]

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TechEd 2014 recap

Microsoft TechEd 2014 recap

Right time for my whole Microsoft TechEd 2014 Recap. Where to start? There can be only one place to start! VMware Virtual SAN was the winner of best Virtualization at TechEd! Lets say that again, VMware Virtual SAN won best of Microsoft TechEd.  Brilliant!   TechEd 2014 Recap Right, thats enough boasting and gloating!  Although VSAN is an awesome product, its not what I was at TechEd for. First of I have written two articles reviewing the first two days, unfortunately I was unable to write on the third day, due to other commitments, but you can read Day 1 here, and Day 2 here.  Lets pick up where I left the second article, and quickly review the sessions I attended on day 3 and day 4.  Unlike the previous articles, I won’t write a review of the key points.  All the sessions are recorded and available online, and I will […]

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