HostedMigration 510 error : the user could not be moved because the tenant has not been enabled for shared SIP address spaces

Posted on Posted in Skype for Business, Tips & Tricks

Scenario: When trying to migrate a user from Lync or Skype for Business on premises to Skype for Business online, you may experience the following error HostedMigration 510 error : the user could not be moved because the tenant has not been enabled for shared SIP address spaces AS a pre-requisite, you would have configured […]

Office 365, RBL and rejections

Posted on Posted in Exchange, Office 365, Tips & Tricks

Occasionally during your working day, you may find that email is rejected after is it sent with a notice similar to the following: Delivery has failed to these recipients or groups: Nicolas Blank Your message wasn’t delivered due to a permission or security issue. It may have been rejected by a moderator, the address may […]

Enable Windows Power Saving features while running HyperV on Windows 2008 R2

Posted on Posted in Documentation, Hyper-V, Power Shell, Tips & Tricks

Running  HyperV on my laptop as my preferred hypervisor is enabled by using Server 2008 R2 as my laptops primary operating system, however, the caveat is that all power management features are automatically disabled. Hyper-V management services have a base dependency on a driver service known as HVBOOT. HVBOOT is a driver and as such […]

Exchange 2010 remote PowerShell breaks after add/remove/change of IP Address

Posted on 2 CommentsPosted in Microsoft Exchange, Power Shell, Tips & Tricks

Something that occurs in a lab situation quite frequently and less in real life is changing IP addresses on your Exchange server. Some of my lab servers frequently undergo a scenario change where I’ll add or remove them from specific Hyper-V networks or subnets.   Then one day everything broke. EMS reported : Connecting to […]

F5 Webcasts

Posted on Posted in Exchange, Load Balancer, Tips & Tricks

Load Balancers can be rather complex, the guidance can be confusing, and how vendors interpret that guidance can be interesting. So image my joy when I discovered that F5 have a bunch of webcast based walkthroughs that make life easier for the average guy having to configure an F5 load balancer as part of implementing […]

PHP Manager for IIS 7

Posted on Posted in IIS, News, Tips & Tricks

No you didn’t read wrong, the title is correct – PHP manager will work with IIS 7 and 7.5 The official IIS site now features a very cool download allowing you to:   Register PHP with IIS; Validate and properly configure existing PHP installations; Run multiple PHP versions side by side on the same server […]