Tagged: CMD

Automating Wireless SSID transition 0

Automating Wireless SSID transition

I was involved once in transition an enterprise around 300+ users using wireless access-points to connect to the corporate network, it was a bit of a challenge but it was a very good experience...

Windows 2012 ICT via PowerShell 2

Windows 2012 ICT via PowerShell

Well, since Windows 2k12 was released I kind of missed the Windows 2k8 ICT (Initial Configuration Tasks) which was straight forward to do the basic and most important things when setting up a box,...

Windows Server 2008 Cluster: Troubleshooting or shooting yourself? 1

Windows Server 2008 Cluster: Troubleshooting or shooting yourself?

On a very quiet afternoon, I got this case which said “Problem with Cluster staying offline!”. Usually when I receive a ticket I’m optimistic but when it comes to Windows Cluster services I’m a...

Upgrade an Exchange 2010 DAG to SP2 0

Upgrade an Exchange 2010 DAG to SP2

In this post I will explaining on how to successfully upgrade your Exchange 2010 DAG members to SP2 knowing that this procedure can be used to perform any later roll-ups or upgrades what so...

Microsoft’s SCCM 2007 R2 Prerequisites 4

Microsoft’s SCCM 2007 R2 Prerequisites

I’ve been going around forth and back with several SCCM 2007 (System Center Operations Manager) installations lately so I thought I’d share with you a very crucial and important. If you get the prerequisites...

Create a VM template with VMWare Workstation 8 16

Create a VM template with VMWare Workstation 8

  Most of the times I need to setup VMs quickly on my workstation for swift POC’s, so rather than setting up a new VM manually from ground zero in order to save time...

Adding Hyper-V Role from CMD 0

Adding Hyper-V Role from CMD

This command has been always handy when setting up multiple Hyper-V hosts, just run cmd and type: start /w ocsetup Microsoft-Hyper-V