The Short NAP is a (semi-regular) quick list of Microsoft Network Access Protection and Server/Domain Isolation related links from around the web. Here are links for Wednesday the 23rd of May 2007:
I was having some issues integrating Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 into a copy of Windows Server 2003 Enterprise R2 x64. The updater would keep reporting this error and bomb out:
Via the Microsoft IT Professional Blog Downunder, some very technical presentations are heading our way. These look great, if you’ve got the time and are local I recommend checking these out. You can register at the Australian TechNet site.
We’ve had some issues with 32bit Windows on VMware ESX 3.0 which has been causing servers that have been patched with the MS07-22 security update to freeze on boot. The severity rating for this patch is Important and it fixes a vulnerability in the Windows kernel, you can read more information about this patch here:
During a migration from Exchange Server 2003 to Exchange Server 2007 you need to add the Exchange 2007 server to replicas for each of the Public Folders (as you would need with any Exchange server migration) and this includes the System folders as well.
If you are looking at implementing remote access to Outlook Web Access 2007 through Citrix Access Gateway Advanced you’ll find that things aren’t going to work as expect and currently this configuration is not supported by Citrix.
The Short NAP is a (semi-regular) quick list of Microsoft Network Access Protection and Server/Domain Isolation related links from around the web. Here are links for Monday the 7th of May 2007:
When install Office 2007 on your Terminal Servers there are a few things you’ll need to be aware of. The first of which is that you will need an Enterprise or Volume License key, i.e. those keys that use Volume Activation 1.0 and do not require activation. There is also some configuration and installation options that I recommend you set before and after installation.