Tag Archives: PowerShell 5.0

Remove Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS) from a WS2012 R2 with PowerShell.

I decided to tear down my Azure Lab IaaS and ASR infrastructure and rebuild it. The process involves removing the ASR configurations, Recovery Vaults, S2S VPNs, VNets and Azure VM running as a Azure based Domain controller for resilience with … Continue reading

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Force Disable of Azure Replication from Orphaned On Premise Hyper-V Virtual Machine.

After successfully stopping and removing protection for one of my replica virtual machines in Azure Site Recovery, I observed that the on premise primary virtual machine replication status changed to a failed state. This would be normal behavior considering that … Continue reading

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My Step-by-Step DirectAccess Configuration on Windows Server 2012 R2.

Windows Server DirectAccess is an awesome and exciting feature. It’s a Windows Server role service that enables windows domain-joined machines to have always on and seamless connection to the corporate infrastructure securely over the internet without the need for traditional … Continue reading

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Moving a Hyper-V Virtual Machine Storage to a Cluster Volume using PowerShell.

I have a Virtual Machine ADS00 running a guest OS WS 2012 R2 .It’s vhdx file is located on a Failover Cluster node physical server running Hyper-V Core 2012 R2. As the services offered and requirements for this VM continued … Continue reading

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