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Adding GUI to the server core aka Converting a Server Core to full GUI version Windows Server 2012 R2

Lately I had a lot of issues with converting three server core systems to a full GUI version of the Windows Server 2012 R2. I have tried following stuff the would not work for me with the following error message (The

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European Collaboration Summit 2017 – not your usual SharePoint conference

I am proud to be a part of a three-day community-driven conference in Zagreb with the most influential experts from all around the world to discuss the latest news regarding Microsoft technologies that is organized by a company I work

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Top 10 SQL Server best practices for DBA newbies

In this blog post, I would like to discuss the most important SQL Server best practices. I thought I might start off with 10 best practices I reckon would be any DBA’s most important maintenance best practices. And these are only the basics. I’m not an SQL expert like many of the MPVs and other professionals who have devoted their entire career to SQL Servers; however, I just wanted to share with you some common best practices.

I’ll discuss some security basics, data and log file management, tempDB management, the importance of SQL Server documentation, changing autogrowth default settings, why regular backups mean the world to your company’s data and why patching your SQL Servers is crucial.

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KB2919355 The update is not applicable to your computer

I was getting this issue on a brand new freshly installed and patched windows server, where I wanted to install SQL 2016 where KB2919355 is prerequisite. If you are fast like me and only searching for download files on the Microsoft

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