Monthly Archives: January 2013

Technology: How To Handle Exchange Mailboxes for Employees Who Have Left the Company

I asked by one of my customers, “how do you handle mailboxes for employees who are no longer with the company.”   In this post, I document my research, testing, and suggestions on how to handle this scenario. Here is a … Continue reading

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Technology: Building a second Windows 2012 Domain Controller.

In this post, I walk through the process of building a Windows 2012 domain controller and adding to my existing lab Active Director forest.  I realized that my lab had only one domain controller so I decided to implement a … Continue reading

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Technology: Basic Persistent Chat Administration

In an earlier post, I walked through how to install the Persistent Chat server in Lync 2013.  In this post, I walk through how to perform some of the basic administration tasks with Persistent Chat such as: Enabling Persistent Chat … Continue reading

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Technology: Enabling DHCP with Windows 2012

Today, I realized that I needed to implement a DHCP server in my lab environment so I decided to build and document the procedure to build a DHCP server on Windows 2012 server.  For folks not familiar with DHCP (Dynamic … Continue reading

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Technology: Building a Lync 2013 Persistent Chat Server

In this post, I walk through the step by step process to build the Lync 2013 Persistent Chat server.   Persistent Chat is a capability where you can create chat rooms that contain IM content that persists over time.  This capability … Continue reading

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