Category Archives: Windows Server 2008

Installing OpsMgr 2012 Beta

Yeh, finally got time to install and configure OpsMgr2012. Base system (single box): OS W2k8R2, SQlserver2008R2, windows update incl the latest updates. Pre Requirements for OpsMgr2012: Framework 4; IIS enable within features cgi allow framework 4. SQL Collation:  SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS During … Continue reading

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The Operations Manager 2012 Beta

This morning I received a mail from the OpsMgr 2012 Team. In August you can expect an email from msftconn@microsoft.com at this email account. The program will be run on a Microsoft Connect portal which will provide access to evaluation … Continue reading

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scom2007 gateway server state healthy, management server state not monitored

Suddenly the gateway server shows not monitored! What is going on, it seems that the local Health Service State cache is damaged. How to fix this?? Stop the Health Service. Delete the Health State folder under “C:\Program Files\System Center Operations … Continue reading

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Windows update client reset

A deployed image giving error using windows update (wsus server). Be shure that at the final stage of the image a sysprep or newsid is applied. net stop "Windows Update" del /f /s /q %windir%\SoftwareDistribution\*.* REG DELETE "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto Update" /v … Continue reading

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BPOS Mailbox Sharing and Delegation

The contents for your powershell script $cred = get-credential $csv = Import-Csv –Path c:\bposscripts\mailbox-permission.csv $csv | Add-MSOnlineMailPermission -Credential $cred Example content csv: Identity,TrustedUser,GrantFullAccess,GrantSendAs user1@example.com,admin@example.com,True,True user2@example.com,admin@example.com,True,False This command grants admin@example.com (TrustedUser) fullaccess and/or send as permissions on user@example.com MSOnlineMailPermission

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Change AD-User property’s using PowerShell

# ======================================================= # # Microsoft PowerShell Source File # # NAME: Update Active Directory Users  # # AUTHOR: JWN # DATE  : 11/01/2011 # # COMMENT: This sample script performs an update of AD users # Using the powergui AD … Continue reading

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Could not load type ‘System.ServiceModel. Activation.HttpHandler’ from assembly ‘System.ServiceModel, version=3.0.0.0 Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken= b77a5c561934e089

Yesterday I hat to configure a webservice, I stumbled into this error. I fould and tried serveral solutions blogs.iis.net but none of them lead to a solution.Together with the guys from ADA ICT Devsquad’s Blog we found the solution. Open … Continue reading

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Document is locked for editing on a Sharepoint farm

Suddenly out of the blue we where confronted with document locking on our Sharepoint farm. Starting to have a look at the event log, and then the Sharepoint log files. mmmm Nothing wrong with that. Checking the SQL server belonging … Continue reading

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Slowly loading MS Word,Visio (and so on) documents from SharePoint.

I found after using the “google-o-matic” several possible solutions.The right way to go? well check this out, the delay is caused by IE. Yes that’s right it has nothing to do with SharePoint.So what to do.See the figure below: Open … Continue reading

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PowerShell Revert to snapshot

For our test environment we need to rollback to a snapshot(default) every evening. I don’t like to do that by hand so lets create a script.The second point it has to be run as a scheduled task and I don’t … Continue reading

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