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Links 1 through 10 of 38 by Jason Benway tagged microsoft

To aid in troubleshooting Windows DirectAccess client configuration and connectivity%2C Microsoft recently made available the Windows DirectAccess Client Troubleshooting Tool.

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While Microsoft can certainly point to many Lync customers that are doing away with their desk phones and opting to deploy UC client software only%2C Microsoft partners can just as easily point to many customers deploying physical handsets to their many Lync users.

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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

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Microsoft released its Azure Active Directory Sync Services tool on Monday, with little fanfare.

The tool can now be downloaded from this page. It was last available as a second preview version about a month ago. Azure AD Sync Services is notable for being Microsoft's intended replacement tool for the Directory Synchronization (DirSync) tool.

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A quick video how to test o365,intune, and Azure AD all with trial accounts.

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The other option would be a MDM solution.

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DNS Scavenging is a great answer to a problem that has been nagging everyone since RFC 2136 came out way back in 1997.  Despite many clever methods of ensuring that clients and DHCP servers that perform dynamic updates clean up after themselves sometimes DNS can get messy.  Remember that old test server that you built two years ago that caught fire before it could be used?  Probably not.  DNS still remembers it though.  There are two big issues with DNS scavenging that seem to come up a lot:

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Update active directory user attributes from a CSV File. (See Notes section for additional information and instructions)

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Nice site with Sharepoint examples and tips

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