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27
Aug

Cloud Desktop Applications using Azure RemoteApp

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The world of cloud desktop computing from any device is taking a major leap forward with the introduction of Azure RemoteApp.  Azure RemoteApp is a service that Microsoft currently has in preview that allows you to set up a Remote Desktop service as a cloud service in Azure.  For those that have used Citrix XenApp […]

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20
Aug

Where did my mail go? license – Office365

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You are a new Office 365 Admin and doing some routine maintenance on accounts and license allocations. You remove the Exchange Online license from several users who left the company.  You go about your daily tasks until you get a frantic call from a user stating all her mail is gone.  You start digging into the issue and realize […]

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14
Aug

Force the Retry of a Failed Client Installation in Configuration Manager

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Throughout my years of consulting, one thing has always remained true: you should never assume what people know or do not know.   With that being said, this nifty trick may be new to some and old to others. Regardless, it can prove helpful when troubleshooting failed client installations via client push in Configuration Manager. […]

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11
Aug

Rate limits = Single Threaded?

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Are you seeing slow transfer rates when replicating content in your hierarchy?  You check with the network team and bandwidth is only 20% utilized.  You site server only shows 1% network utilization.  You change the number of threads used to transfer content but you don’t get the speed increase.  Rate Limits could be the culprit. […]

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