ITPRO Africa Cape Town Event – 10 June 2010

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We’re having our next free Cape Town based event. This time round we’ll have a particular focus on OCS integration and Windows 7. What can OCS integrate with, well darn near anything. To prove the point Uwin’s going to demonstrate integration from two extreme’s – Asterisk and Exchange 2010. One you would to be totally […]

Windows 2008 R2 – More

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If you like my last blog post on the Active Directory Recycle Bin feature in Windows 2008 R2, then Aviraj Ajgekar’s blog is for you. Avijar writes on Windows 2008 topics such as the Recycle bin, Offline Domain joins, Hyper-V in R2 etc. You may want to check out the rest of his blog as […]

Active Directory Recycle Bin

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If you don’t know about this feature in Windows 2008 R2, then this may save your job one day. By Default the Active Directory Recycle Bin is switched off, and once enabled cannot be disabled – may want to think about that and the impact it has on replication and DIT sizes – However if […]

TechNet "How Do I?" Videos

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The TechNet "How Do I?" Videos represent a huge amount of work on various topics, covering everything from Exchange, to Fore Front, OCS, PowerShell, Active Directory, Windows Server, Hyper-V and more. They certainly are worth a browse and you may even find me on one or two of them ;). Have a look at them […]

Powershell 2.0 session MGT320 scripts and feedback

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As promised, here are the scripts I used for the PowerShell 2.0 session to create the event trigger and automatically create users in Active Directory. If you remember I used an example of a file system event trigger to automatically create accounts in Active Directory when a VSV was dragged into the directory. Prerequisite is […]

New Microsoft Exams

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This space has been a bit wooly for a while, with a fair bit of confusion abounding, however Microsoft have cleared things up nicelly with 19 (you heard right) new certifications and more coming. Check this out: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/mcts/default…   How does it affect an Exchange guy? Well here’s a really nice post from the Exchange […]