Just a quick blog today. I was deploying an RD Gateway into an environment today and I came across a unique error code when adding it into the deployment, “2147965800”. Upon checking the event log on the gateway server I could see a couple of policies were created successfully but then I saw a couple… Continue reading Add RD Gateway Error “2147965800”
Afternoon, Had a very peculiar error message when deploying SureBackup and the internet couldn’t give me any meaningful results! So I thought time to add to the collective world of knowledge with a blog post. Scenario: Onboarding customer for a managed backup solution, configuring SureBackup to ensure all backups are validated prior to sending to… Continue reading VMware / Veeam SureBackup: Invalid Change Tracker Error Code
Evening, I had a support ticket I dealt with today that I couldn’t find any useful information on via the web, so I’m here to spread the knowledge, if you’re reading this it likely means you’ve searched one of the keywords here and are hoping to get your Skype for Business Address Book Service sorted… Continue reading Polycom/3PIP Device doesn’t get any results (Skype for Business Server)
Automatic updates are a blessing for most IT technicians as with user machines we can set and forget our rules and feel comfortable that 99% of the machines are up to date. Now it’s our turn to feel the pain that our users have told us about with updates being installed at the most inappropriate moments. It boils down to Microsoft’s latest change for Windows 10 / 2016. Active hours.
Afternoon, This post covers a beneficial use case for RAM Acceleration (Read Caching). Please consider this post on RAM Acceleration only covers reads and only accelerates data that has already been previously loaded aka warm data.
Now you may have had Exchange in your environment for a while, you may even have had a DAG in place. You followed your best practise guidance of not installing the application on the C drive yet somehow your C drive is growing at a much faster pace than any other servers. Sound familiar? Read on!
Evening, I just wanted to write this quick blog post to help people who use Veeam to replicate their VMs on vCenter 6 U1B or newer. Apparently somewhere in the vCenter 6 lifeline it was decided that an alarm will trigger if a MAC address conflict was detected. I personally am all for this trigger… Continue reading Handy Tip: Veeam Replication & vCenter VM Mac Conflict
Afternoon, Today I wanted to write about a recent experience I had when I looked at investing further into the cloud and why I wanted to do so. I’ll be explaining how I’m not even spending a two digit sum a month and got a major benefit for my business.
Morning, For my first blog post I’d like to shine a light on the burning question in everyone’s mind recently. The cloud. There will always be salesmen trying to pitch on-premise or hosted solutions to your problems but unfortunately they’ve often only known about your business for 10 minutes and are hardly the ones to… Continue reading Cloud vs On-Premise: Where to draw the line?