Weekend tech tidbits
Its quite a list this week. I hope you find some good information in these.
Do More with Office 365
The Office 365 Support Team has put together a list of resources for high priority topics. We?ll update this page on a regular basis. You can click the ?subscribe to this wiki page? link on the right-hand side of this page to receive updates whenever this page is updated or bookmark this page and add it to your favorites.
Does Horizon View RDS stack up against XenApp? | Aaron Parker
Is VMware Horizon View 6 RDS a viable replacement or competitor to Citrix XenApp? A competitor, most certainly. View RDS as a replacement for XenApp deserves further investigation and I recommend no assumptions be made as to the suitability of View RDS, especially if you are a current Citrix customer, or a VMware partner.
New Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 VMM Tutorial | Sysadmin Tutorials
A new Microsoft tutorial is now available on how to install Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM)
The tutorial runs through setting up the database, installing Virtual Machine Manager and add in your first Hyper-V host
Office365Links | The Leading Office 365 Resource
Office365links.com was created to be a one-stop resource for Office 365 and help save you time so you can work more productively
Putty – Recommended Default Settings for a Network Engineer – EtherealMind
Putty is is a great piece of software. Because it works and it?s free I find it installed on most corporate desktops as the default software for terminal client on Windows. . Not many people seems to realize that Putty is highly customisable and has a number of features that will improve your working environment.
Horizon Flux is a personal blog about desktop virtualization & End-User Computing (mostly VMware related).
FrontMotion Firefox Community Edition
FrontMotion Firefox Community Edition is a customized version of Firefox with the ability to lockdown settings through Active Directory using Administrative Templates.
Print Management Step-by-Step Guide
There are two primary tools that you can use to administer a Windows print server in Windows?Server??2008: Server Manager and Print Management. You can use Server Manager to install the Print Services server role, optional role services, and features. Server Manager also displays print-related events from Event Viewer and includes an instance of the Print Management snap-in, which can administer the local server only.
Print Management provides a single interface that administrators can use to efficiently administer multiple printers and print servers and is the primary focus of this document. You can use Print Management to manage printers on computers that are running Microsoft? Windows??2000, Windows?XP, Windows Server??2003, Windows?Vista?, or Windows Server?2008.
Unified Data Protection: Enterprise and Cloud
Microsoft recently purchased this company. It allows you to convert physcial and virtual (hyperv or vmware) to another format or to the cloud.
Looks like an agent runs on the machine and copies the writes, so its contently keep up to date
Bitnami makes it incredibly easy to deploy apps with native installers, as virtual machines, or in the cloud.
Exchange Server Supportability Matrix: Exchange 2013 Help
The Exchange Server Supportability Matrix provides a central source for Microsoft Exchange administrators to easily locate information about the level of support available for any configuration or required component for supported versions of Microsoft Exchange.
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Estimating the size of an Exchange (online) Archive | Michael ‘Van Hybrid’ / Van Horenbeeck
As part of some of the (archiving-) projects I have worked on, I frequently get asked if there is an easy way to determine what the size of the archive will be once it?s been activated.
Lync Server 2013: Client comparison tables
The following tables compare the features and capabilities of Lync 2013 clients in the following categories:
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