Monthly Archives: March 2014

Creating Resource Mailbox Resource Property Schema in Exchange Server 2010.

We’ve added a few conference rooms and Equipment mailboxes and I decided to add custom resource properties to distinguish the rooms and equipment . The properties indicate what features are specific to a resource like the conference room conference call … Continue reading

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Configuring NAT (Network Address Translation) on a Cisco 1921 Router.

These are the steps I would follow to configure NAT (Network Address Translation) on a Cisco 1921 Router. The tool of choice is Putty configured to log the commands. You could use the Cisco IOS context Help to assist with … Continue reading

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Configuring Network Adapter TCP/IP Settings using Powershell 4.0 Cmdlets .

PowerShell 4.0 is a requirement for these cmdlets to work.The GUI( Graphic User Interface) is commonly used to configure network adapter settings or the good old netsh command. But if I had to work with Hyper-v core or Windows Server … Continue reading

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