Office 365 Migration options:
Hey guys, hope you are doing well, this article going to be interesting!
Long time I wanted to introduce you the Office 365 migration options, Recently, I had many Exchange and Office 365 migration projects to complete, a roughly 3-4 project that I have to manage and lead, each one is different and more challenged, I really love doing this type of project!!! it requires preparation, design, implementation and project manager skills, therefore I would like to talk little about them and show you which migration options do we can initiate using Office 365 migration built-in options.
Unfortunately recently many IT guys experiencing screwed boot image issues after upgrading their System Center to a newest SCCM versions such as 1706, 1709, 1710.
The main issue is that after upgrading the SCCM to newest version, for some reason the boot PXE stopped from working and you get the following while pressing F12 PXE error "0xc0000098", didn't make sense why it happens, holding your head and going to spend lot of hours of troubleshooting , I have seen different scenarios of this issue, the major one was that the upgrade operation has been added two new boot images...
Apparently, After a long trial period, there are some customers that are not satisfying from Office 365 services or would like to postpone the office 365 migration project to future action items and as a result of that decision, we have to migrate them to Exchange back.
We have several options to do that, the easiest way I found is migrating it back from the Exchange Online.
Therefore, I would like to show you how to do that and migrate back mailbox from Office 365 to Exchange 2010.
Make sure you have "End Point" which points to your on-premise server.
Make sure the...
As you know Microsoft already released the Windows 10 1709 fall creators updates for us and many organizations are planning to deploy this great update which comes with some imperative security improvements.
The wondering is how to deploy it, we have several options to do that, Whether is deploying a new TS, deploy this update using SUP or use on serving plan which is available for us on SCCM, for me, the easiest way to deploy fall creator update is using servicing plan which intends to these scenarios, therefore In this tutorial, you are going to see how to deploy Windows 1709...
Today I want to show you how to create Windows Server 2016 task sequence and deploy it.
Nowadays, Windows Server 2016 is one of the common operating systems we use whether is new server’s installation or in place deployments, usually when we are talking about server installation we use on VMware templates or installing n new scratch server which are enough good for us, however, I would like to add another deployment method which is deploying "Windows Server 2016" using SCCM with very basic steps.
This tutorial is for advanced guys who already have good SCCM knowledge.
So, let’s start:
What are the differences between Package to Application in SCCM?
Hey there, hope all is ok with you and there is no any troubles with SCCM, recently, for some reason, many people asking me “Meir what is the difference between package to the application in the SCCM? I completely can understand this question and got a decision that going to put an end to this question and want to present and share with you what are the major differences between these types.
Application deployment knows to deploy different types of applications, whether is MSI, exec, msu.etc... the default one is "MSI."
I would like to share with you some troubleshooting steps I had over the week with terminal servers on Windows Server 2016.
I had a task to install a terminal server at my new customers, I have installed two new RDSH without any problem while trying to create a session collection I got the following unexpected error:
"Unable to configure the RD Sessionhost server. Invalid operation"
This error prevents me to create session collection, didn't realize why I am getting this error, it was scratch TS installation, after deep investigation I found that at past probably someone has been applied RDS group...
DNS Scavenging is a wonderful answer to clients and dynamic updates clean up problems we experienced during the work day, no needed to talk too much about this feature, it is pretty common and understandable for each IT guy,In this article, I am going to explain to you what scavenging mechanism is, and share with you very interesting problem I have experienced with this mechanism.
I have about seven DC’s - all of them bases Windows Server 2008R2, one of my project lists is to migrate them to Windows Server 2016R2.
So, I initiated demoting process and migrated the main DC...
Sometimes we would like shutdown our end-clients at a specific time due to some circumstances like save saving electric usage, maintenance and so on, right we have many options to performs this, I would like to share one an simple option with you and really hope you may use it.
Using Powershell we have this ability, just export bulk of computers from your Active Directory, filter irrelevant computers, and save the text file on your "C" Drive.
Open Powershell and follow the instructions:
I am going to use in "Stop-Computer" which is simple cmdlet in Powershell, the condition of using on "Stop-computer"...