Articles In Infrastructure

By Joe Jessen, Posted in Infrastructure

Announced yesterday, Microsoft's Surface tablet is positioned to compete directly against Apple’s iPad in both the consumer and corporate environment. Leveraging the new Metro UI, Microsoft’s new tablet provides a familiar usability to existing mobile device users and adds one piece that Apple has not been able provide: seamless integration with corporate device management infrastructure. Mobile device management (MDM) solutions control and deploy applications and apply security policies similar to those... read more.

  • June 19, 2012

By Ed Bratter, Posted in Infrastructure

If you are using the Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT) to migrate the SID History of objects between forests, you may receive the following error if you have not configured everything according to the ADMT documentation: Could not verify auditing and TcpipClientSupport on Domains. Will not be able to migrate the SIDs. Access is denied. Microsoft has published a KB article to remedy the issue: ADMT: "Could Not Verify Auditing and TcpipClientSupport on Domains" Error Message When You Try to Migrate... read more.

  • June 05, 2012

By Ed Bratter, Posted in Infrastructure

For those of you preparing to do an inter-org Exchange migration between Exchange 2010 organizations, the MRSProxy service is a required component that facilitates cross-forest mailbox moves. (Note this process is only relevant when one forest is running Exchange 2010 and the other forest has at least a single Exchange 2010 CAS Server). This service is installed by default, but is disabled. As such, it must be enabled when doing this type of migration. Microsoft published a definitive KB article on how t... read more.

  • June 04, 2012

By Gotham, Posted in Infrastructure

IaaS is a provisioning model that allows organizations to outsource some of the physical components of a computing environment, such as servers and storage. In this model, an organization does not own the physical components, but still maintains control of the software and data that reside in the environment. ... read more.

  • April 23, 2012

By Gotham, Posted in Infrastructure

IaaS is a provisioning model that allows organizations to outsource some of the physical components of a computing environment, such as servers and storage. In this model, an organization does not own the physical components, but still maintains control of the software and data that reside in the environment. ... read more.

  • April 23, 2012