Monthly Archives: November 2014

Windows 2012R2 Cluster – Migration/Move fails

After having a Windows 2012R2 Cluster up and running and after having some Virtual Machines up and running as well the next step usually is to test the failover, i.e. migration to…

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Error determining whether the target server is already a domain controller: The target server is already a Domain Controller.

I was trying to add a new Windows 2012R2 Domain controller to an existing Domain. I was using the GUI tools, may be I should do this with PowerShell the next time.…

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Fix Windows Error – User profile cannot be loaded

The correct error message you will see is “The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.” There are plenty of fixed and How-to-Do’s out there, all suggestion…

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Installing OpenDNS Virtual Appliance in Multi-Domain Setup

The OpenDNS Umbrella package supports upon request integration with your on-prem Active Directory. This allows for very granular access policies and control as well as monitoring. Once enabled you will see a…

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Windows Server 2012 LACP NIC Teaming

NIC Teaming using Windows Server 2012(R2) has never been any easier. However, you will be presented with two options for the Teaming Mode – Switch independent or LACP. If in doubt go…

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List all Mobile Devices connected to Office365 (Exhange 2010/2013) – PowerShell

All credit to Port25Guy.com for creating this handy script to get a summary of all mobile device connected to you Exchange organisation. The script will generate a CSV file as well as…

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Installation error – Windows Azure Active Directory module for Windows PowerShell

This is a rather missleading error messages – “In order to install Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell, you must have Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant version 7.0 (64 bit)…

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