The below is an interesting result after installing Exchange. The act of installing Exchange will change how TCP/IP operates on the server with respe… Read the rest “Exchange & TCP/IP Port Range”
One of the great things at Microsoft is the interaction with very smart colleagues. A question was posed regarding DNS. Most admins will know that D… Read the rest “How To Set NSLookup to Use TCP”
One issue when cutting over services or performing datacentre disaster recovery operations consists of three little letters - DNS.
DNS records have a t… Read the rest “Windows 10 FlushDNS”
In the previous post Load Balancing Azure AD FS Services we looked at using Azure RM to deploy and load balance AD FS services. This is the follow-u… Read the rest “Load Balancing WAP In Azure RM”
Depending upon how your organisation has deployed Azure there may or may not be a need to have RDP access to Azure VMs from the Internet. In cases wh… Read the rest “External RDP Access To Azure RM VM”
The below is a repro of a customer issue where they were unable to RDP to an Azure RM VM from the Internet. Previously this was not something they ha… Read the rest “Azure RM VM Connect Button Greyed Out”
As mentioned in this blog's previous posts on deploying AD FS, one option is to deploy all or part of the AD FS solution in Azure. This is very valua… Read the rest “Load Balancing AD FS Services In Azure RM”
New? Well some options are not that new really. Others are however!
Sometimes it is the little things in life that can help immensely. … Read the rest “New Netstat Options”