Yearly Archives for 2014

WMIDiag Windows server 2012 and Windows server 2012 R2

Windows general, WMI - Frane Borozan - November 4, 2014

If you try running WMIDiag tool from Microsoft to understand why your WMI provider is not working you will get: Unsupported Windows version – 64-bit (_____.___.___.__). ERROR: (Main) : Unsupported OS version or build #. This is because WMIdiag is supported only up to Windows 2008 R2 or so called…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook there is a problem communicating with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server the server might be unavailable

Windows general - Frane Borozan - October 14, 2014

When you try to install Microsoft Dynamics CRM Client for Outlook on Windows 8  or Windows 8.1 you bump on the following message: There is a problem communicating with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server. The server might be unavailable. Try again later. If the problem persists, contact your administrator. First I…

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Cannot install .NET 3.5 on the Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2

Windows general - Frane Borozan - October 11, 2014

So when you try to install .NET 3.5 on the Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 you get the following messages: The following feature couldn’t be installed .NET Framework 3.5 (includes .NET 2.0 and 3.0). If you go to the server manager and then try to add that particular feature through…

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Installing standalone Remote Desktop Gateway on the Windows Server 2012 R2 without complete Remote Desktop Services infrastructure

RD Gateway, Remote Desktop Services - Frane Borozan - June 20, 2014

Lately a lot of people love to work from home a day or two a week or if they have some kind of private obligations sometimes it is easier to access the work environment from home. To securely access your work computer or Remote Desktop Session host servers in your…

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Differences between L1, L2, L3 system administrator guidlines

Employment - Frane Borozan - June 19, 2014

In case you need overview of the Differences between L1, L2, L3 system administrator and exactly what are duties of the Level I: Novice System Administrator, Level II: Junior System Administrator, Level III: Intermediate/Advanced System Administrator, Level IV: Senior System Administrator and Management-level job descriptions I have bumped into a nice document which describes Required…

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Azure RemoteApp Remote Desktop Services Role – join to domain really required?

Active Directory, Azure, RemoteApp - Frane Borozan - June 2, 2014

This is open letter to Microsoft Azure RemoteApp team: For the Microsoft Azure RemoteApp you are required to install Remote Desktop Services role on the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2. To install Remote Desktop Services you are required to join the server to the domain. So there is one step more…

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Creating Hybrid Azure RemoteApp deployment between your datacenter and Microsoft Azure

Azure, RemoteApp - Frane Borozan - May 28, 2014

When Microsoft introduced the Microsoft Mohoro is not about hosted desktops it is all about hosted apps I knew this will be next big thing. RemoteApp in the cloud with your business applications, and no worry about the underlying infrastructure is the way to go. To signup for the Azure…

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Lessons learned on uploading RemoteApp VHD image to the Microsoft Azure

Azure, RemoteApp - Frane Borozan - May 27, 2014

So I will quickly write down what do you need to do in order to prepare RemoteApp VHD for the Hybrid cloud deployment between your data-center and Microsoft Azure. Hybrid deployment allows you to provide access to your custom applications from the Microsoft Azure cloud. Applications, Operating system and settings…

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Microsoft publishes Remote Desktop Preview for Windows Phone 8.1

Windows Phone - Frane Borozan - April 25, 2014

Finally Microsoft announced Remote Desktop Preview for Windows Phone 8.1. Some time I have it on the iPad and I must admit application is really something different and easy to use while on the road. I have Windows Phone 8 for two years now and one of the crucial tools on…

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Ain’t Nobody got time for that: Always Ask Before Opening This Type of File

Windows general - Frane Borozan - April 16, 2014

If you deal with Outlook all day long like I and opening a lot of attachments you are probably annoyed with this little warningThis means for every PDF, DOC or HTML I need to open I need to click open twice, once on the document and second time to click…

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