22 Jun

NetDocuments Makes Their Move with Office 365

Last year at ILTACON 2015, NetDocuments announced that it planned to fully integrate its services with Microsoft Cloud technologies. I had mentioned this as one of my ECM Takeaways from the conference. No one was really sure exactly what this would entail or how it would work, but the excitement was there about the future. Read more…

20 Jun

Security Tools for Non-Geeky IT Staffs

I recently had the opportunity to speak at the 4th annual ILTA LegalSEC conference in Baltimore, MD. This continues to be a great conference which focuses on the information security and data governance needs for law firms and legal departments. Topics raged from incident response, governance process, responding to client security audits, and other very Read more…

09 Jun

Store Apps Settings Cause Failures in MDT

We recently came across an issue creating a Task Sequence to capture an installation of Windows 10 with MDT 2013 Update 2.  During the Sysprep task, the following error was displayed:   The C:\Windows\system32\sysprep\panther\setupact.log was reviewed and based on the log entries shown below, we determined that the root cause of the error was the Read more…

07 Jun

Bug Alert: Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and Exchange Online

Microsoft has issued KB3161916, detailing a bug affecting migrations from legacy public folders to modern public folders on Exchange 2013, Exchange 2016, or Exchange Online.  The issue is serious enough that, if you meet the criteria, you should stop any public folder migrations until a fix is released. The normal procedure to migrate public folders involves connecting Read more…

02 Jun

Ask KK: Should we lease or buy?


Welcome to Kraft Kennedy’s advice forum, in which we answer your pressing IT questions. Submit your question in the comments below or email us at info at kraftkennedy.com Question: Like many law firms, we have been buying IT equipment for years and are considering changing our approach. What are the advantages of leasing?  Answer by Scott McFetters (Guest Read more…

01 Jun

Learning to Hack: My Experience with SANS SEC560, Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking

You might be surprised to learn that there are accredited classes out there that will teach you how to break into computer systems and networks. I recently had the opportunity to attend the six day SANS SEC560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking class here in New York. Here is what I learned. It’s important that security Read more…

27 May

Useful Command Prompt Tricks

Some Background The history of Microsoft Windows is a long and winding one. Today the OS has splashy graphics, touch capabilities, tiles, and the built-in personal assistant Cortana. Its beginnings were much humbler and ran on a product called DOS, a command line interface where you had no fancy graphics, just the occasional image made from colored ASCII characters codes such as what Read more…

25 May

Recent Windows Updates May Break WSUS

As part of troubleshooting an issue recently with the WSUS role on an SCCM server, I encountered an issue I’d never heard of before where a recent Windows Update broke the WSUS role on a server. The symptom of this was that I couldn’t connect to the WSUS server through the MMC and I saw a Read more…

20 May

Project Communication (and Herding More Cats!) – Part 2

This is second part of a two-part blog series on Project Communication (and herding more cats!). In part one of the Project Communication series, we discussed examples of non-effective communication and provided five ways to make communication more effective. In part 2 of the series, we will discuss how to create a balance for effective Read more…

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