This change makes troubleshooting IIS problems so much easier in an enterprise environment. Now instead of doing this manually or looking thru the jibberish that is in the IIS logs you can simply search for the computer name of the user that is having the issue and see error/success and pages they are viewing/posting. Of
A little reminder if you’re thinking about going to Microsoft TechEd 2010, register soon to receive a discount! If you have never been to Microsoft TechEd I can tell you it is hands down the best training event I have ever attended…year after year. I have attended these conferences for years, even back to when it was MEC
In case you haven’t already seen this, here’s a shameless link to CNET which describes this feature in a bit more detail. It’s not so much a “GodMode” as it is a quick control panel link to all of the system’s control panels. Definitely something for you administrators who are implementing Windows 7, it would
Since we’re on the topic of Powershell (see last post), here is a script published in it’s entirety that was originally part of separate articles carried on Technet Magazine last year http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.03.windowspowershell.aspx?pr=blog Take a look and as I said before – Powershell rocks… and Don Jones, you’re a sharp dude. http://concentratedtech.com/item/view/id/319/title/Provisioning_AD_Users Want to learn more
I just came across this link to the Powershell cmdlet designer in a Jeffrey Snover post on his 2009 resolutions. I had no idea that the Powershell cmdlet designer was out there – where have I been you ask? I follow quite a few feeds, including Jeffrey Snover specifically and all of the Technet blog
Great article and video showing how to use the new Active Directory recycle bin in Windows 2008 R2. http://edge.technet.com/Media/Windows-Server-2008-R2-Quick-Look-2-Active-Directory-Recycle-Bin/ Want to learn more about tools to help manage Active Directory, visit us at http://www.webactivedirectory.com
Pretty good little ebook here on Windows 7 tips and tricks, it’s definitely worth a look and given that Windows 7 is much more likely to be adopted by businesses than Windows Vista it’s much more likely this knowledge will come in handy! http://windowsvj.com/wpblog/2009/12/windowsvj-xclusive-release-windows-7-tips-tricks-ebook/
If you are a user of the Palm Pre and have an Exchange mailbox/calendar and are therefore using Exchange Active Sync EAS, then you may be affected by this bug. Please check out the article before you’re late for a meeting!!! I made the change suggested by the article and my appts immediately showed up.
First post of the new year! What will 2010 bring from Web Active Directory? New products Updates of existing products New Web Active Directory employees! Expect to see all these things in just the 1st quarter!
Here’s a great article on MSDN that talks about methods to ensure when you search Active Directory that the results are returned as quickly as possible. It’s something we refer back to quite often with our customers as well as when we ship new Active Directory reports in our products. A healthy Active Directory is