Category: Information Technology

How to run SysPrep on an Upgraded Operating System

I came across an instance where I needed to upgrade a Windows 7 image to Windows 8.1 and then capture that image for deployment with System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2. I found out shortly after starting this task that when you upgrade an operating system you can no longer run SysPrep. So I started […]

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Exchange 2007 – Corrupt Public Folders

I thought today I would blog about an experience I had with Exchange Server 2007 last June 16th, 2008 we had a power outage early in the morning which resulted in server failures across the board.  This then caused a chain reaction when the backup domain controller went down. The Active Directory systems dropped off […]

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Active Directory

Active Directory is truly the heart of an organization. You might even say if a computer system were a human being it would be the brain spanning all knowledge of the system. It is a central repository for all data regarding users, groups, computers, printers, shared folders, contacts, and policies. This store all information into […]

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