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Windows Server 2012 Beta Essentials Post 3: The Client View

In two previous posts, I talked about the installation process for Windows Essentials Server 2012 Beta and some of the configuration process. In this post, I am going to show the same lab environment with configuring a pair of clients, a Windows 7 client and a Windows Server 2008 R2 server. The Windows 7 Client …

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Windows Server 2012 Beta Essentials Post 2

[Also see PART 1, PART 3] In my previous post, I explained the installation process I went through to test Windows Server 2012 Beta (Release Candidate it calls itself) Essentials, as well as some of the reasoning behind the installation. In this post, I’m going to take you through the resulting server a bit. In …

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Windows Server 2012 Beta Essentials Install Walkthrough

[Also see PART 2, PART 3] I have been a fan of Windows Home Server since the 1.0 beta days, using it at home in a production fashion. I stuck with the platform into the Vail days (Windows Home Server 2011), even with the removal of Drive Extender, because the media components and remote access …

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Using UDP-SIP with Exchange UM and Lync 2010

Attachment: https://bennettadelson.wordpress.com/2012/06/04/using-udp-sip-with-exchange-um-and-lync-2010/kamailio-cfg/ (remember to change extension) Attachment: asterisk.tar.gz (remember to change extension) I am working on and off with a client that is deploying Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging and Lync 2010 in their environment. They want to use Exchange UM with a hosted SIP-based VoIP system from a provider that I will refer to as “PhoneCo” for …

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System Center Configuration Manager RTM: A Lab Installation

Since System Center Configuration Manager has been released, I thought it might be helpful to provide a how-to guide on a lab install of System Center Configuration Manager.  For this lab environment we will install both a Central Administration Point, and a Primary Site.  The instructions assume are familiar with SCCM 2007 and its install. …

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