How to use custom backgrounds in Microsoft Teams
MVP & Practical 365 Chief Editor, Steve Goodman, walks you through how to use the new Teams feature.
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Microsoft have released some great new content on a few of the Technet blog sites. What’s new when Installing Ex2007SP1 CCR on a WS08 Cluster – Brett Johnson walks us through some of the key differences when deploying an Exchange 2007 SP1 CCR cluster on Windows Server 2008. Forefront – The New Keyword Filter Example […]Read More
Even though I own an Apple computer (a G4 iBook) and am on my second iPod I just never write about Apple products on here. There isn’t much to write about I guess. The iBook is used for Garageband, the iPod syncs to a Windows computer to make sure I’ve got enough podcasts and music […]Read More
If you are like most people you will have Windows Server 2003 R2 installation media that only includes Service Pack 1. This means that any R2 server you deploy needs to have SP2 installed afterwards, which is time consuming and also pretty boring. The good news is you can slipstream SP2 into your R2 media […]Read More
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Did you say Project Coconut!?! Yes I did. The name came about basically like this: Paul: Hey Steve, I need a good codename for this Exchange project. What do you think? Steve: Project Coconut. Paul: …. okay then. Considering who I asked it could have been much worse. Project Coconut… what is it? Project Coconut […]Read More
Microsoft has released their own white paper containing guidance on configuring Exchange 2007 for Address List separation. This is something that was pretty easy in Exchange 2003, but suddenly made a lot more complicated and less obvious in Exchange 2007. A bunch of home brew solutions came about some time after Exchange 2007 was released […]Read More
Some time ago I wrote about my experience recovering a customer’s Active Directory from a USN Rollback condition that had been caused by some virtualisation work. There has been some discussion in the comments in that post about what to do when you have a single domain controller that thinks it is in a USN […]Read More
Our office discovered today that internet usage for the month has skyrocketed when compared to the later months of last year. Sometimes this can be attributed to some overzealous Youtube sessions, or a new product release that requires us to download large ISO files. In this particular case the firewall logs indicated that one of […]Read More
Here is the anti-spam configuration on an Exchange Server 2007 RTM server: [crayon-5f75f6c6a2191030028731/] And here is the same Exchange Server 2007 server immediately after upgrading to Service Pack 1: [crayon-5f75f6c6a2199946080153/] The Service Pack 1 installation disabled the Anti-spam engine updates. This stung me on a production system that I upgraded shortly after the SP1 release. […]Read More