Tag: Microsoft

Can’t Migrate Public Folders to your Exchange 2013 Server?

I have this great to do for migrating public folders from Exchange 2007/2010 to my new Exchange 2013 server (found here: https://supertekboy.com/2014/10/13/2013-public-folder-migration-made-easy/). Problem is, it doesn’t work. What doesn’t work?  Why, all the PowerShell commandlets and parameters relating to public folders seem to be absent.  Exchange Management Shell is missing them. Solution: Use the regular …

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How to Defeat CryptoLocker

Many people have been hit with the Cryptolocker virus, effectively hijacking their files unless they have a backup.  Well, now you can get your files back, assuming you have System Restore turned on. Here is an article on how to get your files back after a Cryptolocker infection: http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/70476-how-to-beat-cryptolocker?utm_source=swemail&utm_medium=newsletterresource&utm_campaign=0408 Hope that saves some headaches!

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Autodesk DWG TrueView on Terminal Server

I was once tasked with installing Autodesk’s DWG TrueView in a Terminal Server environment.  Needless to say, it didn’t go well.  Autodesk designs everything to run in a stand alone user mode with full admin privileges.  So, to make this work, I found a website that had instructions that worked.  The original site has since …

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Windows Server 8 – Looking Good

Windows 8 Server Manager

InfoWorld just did a nice little article on the top 10 features in Windows Server 8.  Problem they had was that there were so many improvements it was hard to pick just 10. Here’s the summary for all you nerds out there: 10: Server Manager- Improved GUI and multiserver management.  Views are search driven, so …

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Software Restriction Policy on Terminal Server

So, due to certain pieces of custom software requiring elevated rights, we had to loosen up on user rights in our terminal server environment. But, in an effort to avoid too much damage, we instituted Software Restriction Policies, so users cannot run any executable other than what we specify. Needless to say, it has been …

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