Monthly Archives: December 2012

Personal: Goals for 2013

I am working on my goals for 2013.  I thought about my goals by looking at the different roles/aspects of my life and then setting goals in those areas.   My roles/aspect categories are: Financial/Business Physical Fitness and Health Mental and … Continue reading

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Personal: Goal Setting

Every year, I set goals for the upcoming year.   This year in preparation for it, I read Brian Tracy’s book on Goals.   I highly recommend it.  I learned techniques that I will be apply this year and will have to … Continue reading

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Dean’s Book List

Real Estate Equity Happens (9/10):  I really liked this book and have read it multiple times.  First part really motivates me every time that I read it.  Second part has great information on real estate investing fundamentals. Finance The Creature … Continue reading

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Technology: Lync 2013 Monitoring

Happy Christmas Eve Everyone. I had a thought this morning of learning more about Lync 2013 monitoring.   So, I did some study and discovered in Lync 2013: There isn’t a dedicated monitoring or archiving server role (as it was the case … Continue reading

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Technology: Load Balancing the Exchange 2010 Client Access Server (CAS)

Today, I would like to discuss an issue that I have run across multiple times over the last couple years and it happened again today with a customer who called me.   [Note:   This article and the RpcClientAccessArray applies to Exchange … Continue reading

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Technology: Integrating Polycom Endpoints with Lync

In the last week, I have gotten a couple requests from customers asking how to  integrate Polycom videoconferencing endpoints with Microsoft Lync.   With the newer Polycom endpoints (HDX, RPX, OTX), they can directly register into Lync.   This means that on … Continue reading

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Technology: Recreating A Missing Public Folder Database

One of my customers ran into an issue where he was migrating from Lotus Notes to Exchange 2010.   He was building the Exchange 2010  environment.   After he had gotten the first mailbox server online, he lost the storage associated with … Continue reading

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