Category Archives: Microsoft

Startmenu in Windows 8 or not?

I have heard that lots off people are missing the startmenu in Windows 8. I don’t miss it because I normally use the “Run” to enter my command/application and I have pinned my mosy used apps in the taskbar. What … Continue reading

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Domain trust lost and no local account enabled?

At some customers I see a problem occasionally with Windows 7 loosing the domain membership and users can’t login. There is a lot of things you can try, but the easiest way is usually to remove the machine from the … Continue reading

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Hotfixes and useful links for XenApp 6.x and Windows Server 2008 R2

If you are responsible for a XenApp 6 or 6.5¬†farm, then you might know that there is a lot of hotfixes out for both Windows Server¬†2008 R2 and XenApp 6/6.5. Citrix has a page with recommended updates, but a lot … Continue reading

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Free labs on System Center 2012

Microsoft has a lot of good and free labs online. You will get access to virtual servers/machines for 90 minutes per session so that is plenty of time to get acquaintance with new technology and you won’t have to build … Continue reading

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