3 reasons why Exchange Management Console (EMC) Very Slow loading

I have been getting this issue multiple times in my working life and I always forgot to put this up in the blog for future reference. Since, I’m getting this once again while troubleshooting an issue for a client, I decided to put this up. There are multiple reason why your EMC loading very slowing […]

Exchange 2013: Exchange Admin Center (EAC) blank

Recently we have extra servers in our environment idling for quite sometime and since I’m also have some extra time that I can squeeze out of my day, I decided to test Exchange 2013. Sadly, after almost 18 months it was released I’m able to test it fully. The installation is a breeze since Microsoft have simplified […]

Domain Controller Missing SRV in DNS

I was assisting a client of mine on their issue with a new DC that they have install on a remote site. Suffice to say that the new DC is not properly deployed causing a lot of issues such as replication and AD DB inconsistent. So, I assisted them to make it right. One of […]

Citrix Xenapp Published Desktop Screen Flickering

This issue might be caused by a setting in Internet Explorer for Remote Desktop/Terminal Service. Try this to solve the issue. 1. Open Internet Explorer and go to Tools > Internet Options 2. Go to Advanced tab and look under Browsing > Force offscreen compositing even under Terminal Services. untick this option. 3. Restart your Internet Explorer References: http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX133935 http://forums.citrix.com/message.jspa?messageID=1540859 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/271246

How To Get FSMO Roles Using PowerShell

Get-ADForest <domain_name> | Format-Table SchemaMaster,DomainNamingMaster Get-ADDomain <domain-name> | Format-Table PDCEmulator,RIDMaster,InfrastructureMaster

Convert Windows Server Evaluation to Server Standard

Windows Server evaluation usually last for 180 days and there are times when you install a Windows Server using the evaluation version and decided to move the server to production.  So how do you do it? For each and every Microsoft editions, there are different ID and Windows Server Evalution has it’s own edition ID. […]

Windows Updates service did not work on Windows 2008 server

We have a few Windows Server 2008 in our customer environment. Few months back, we have an issue with Windows Updates service did not work on Windows 2008 server. This has caused a concerns by our customer. We have decided to share this as we have faced this issue 2 or 3 times before. Cause […]

Show All Microsoft Exchange Object in Entire Forest

If you are an Exchange admin in a large organization where you have multiple domain in a forest and you just want to see all the Exchange object in the forest, you can use the following cmdlet Set-AdServerSettings -ViewEntireForest $True to change back, just change from $true to $false Set-AdServerSettings -ViewEntireForest $false Note: In this […]

OpenMesh: Meshing between OM & A series

OpenMesh is a series of Cloud Managed Networking Products which consists of Wireless AP, switches as well as routers. When designing your wireless service for you organization, make sure that the products suggested is compatible with each others. There is an article in OpenMesh website informing that OM5P-AC does  it is not recommended to use […]

Why Construction Company Should Be Using Managed Service

In this day and age, IT is an integral part of business. Some business can run without IT but some just can’t. If you are in a architectural, engineering or constructions, chances are that you are not able to work without IT. For a small business with less than 50 users, it’s probably doesn’t make sense for you to […]