14 Sep

Expand Windows 2008 boot volumes with no downtime

In a previous post, I discussed how to expand virtual machine boot volumes with no downtime using Dell’s ExtPart utility.  Using this method is useful if you are using Windows Server 2000/2003, but is no longer required when using Windows 2008.  With Windows 2008 becoming the preferred server operating system going forward, using the method Read more…

09 Sep

SharePoint WorkSpace 2010 – Groove, plus a desktop client for SharePoint

I recently downloaded the technical preview of SharePoint WorkSpace 2010, but was disappointed to find out that I couldn’t test any of the SharePoint features.  It’s only compatible with SharePoint 2010, so anyone interested in exploring all of the new features will have to wait a few more weeks/months until the technical preview of SharePoint Read more…

09 Sep

Exchange 2010 RPC Client Access Service and the ClientAccessArray

Exchange 2007’s Client Access Server (CAS) role, while similar to the Front-End server configuration of Exchange 2003, introduced a number of new features and capabilities that distinguished it significantly.  For example, instead of just passively acting as a relay for Internet-based access to a Back-End server via Outlook Web Access (OWA) and ActiveSync like in Read more…

03 Sep

Support Practice Group Tech Tip: Improve workstation performance by recreating WSUS database

Most PC users have probably had this complaint at some point during their user experience, and certainly anyone who was worked in support of users has heard it countless times: “My computer is too slow!” Workstation slowness can be frustrating for anyone, and a tighter economy means reduced budgets, which makes it harder for IT Read more…

26 Aug

Exchange 2010 Benefits for Law Firms – Part 3 of 3

Previously, in part 2 of this blog post, I discussed native electronic discovery features, retention policies, and legal holds.  In this post, the final part of this three-part post, I will present  user-specific HTML disclaimers and MailTips. User-Specific HTML Disclaimers Exchange 2007 allowed for basic disclaimer-type functionality with the introduction of Transport Rules.  However, this was Read more…

26 Aug

ADERANT Acquires StarLaw

Last week, ADERANT announced that they are acquiring StarLaw’s suite of ECM applications.  The following is a snippet of the official press release: ADERANT, a global provider of business and financial management software for law firms, today announced that the Company has purchased a suite of Enterprise Content Management applications developed by StarLaw.  The acquisition Read more…

26 Aug

ILTA 2009 – Recap from Tuesday, 8/25

Tuesday was a exciting day at ILTA 2009 with lots of great sessions and discussions throughout the day.  About the only part of the day that wasn’t so great was the turkey bacon served at breakfast, which had the texture of construction paper and the flavor of it as well. The morning saw a number of Read more…

25 Aug

Seamless Applications with XenApp and Macs using the 11.0 plug-in

Macs continue to gain traction in the personal computing space.  This in turn has required Windows administrators to become more familiar with Macs and the limitations they may have when connecting to a typical corporate Windows environment.  In the past, Citrix has done an OK job providing Mac support for XenApp through a basic ICA Read more…

24 Aug

Outlook Bug: Disappearing Meetings

In working with a colleague, we came across what appears to be a bug within Outlook relating to meetings disappearing from calendars after an update is sent.  This has been confirmed to affect Outlook 2007 but it may affect other versions as well. Symptom:  A meeting for which you are the owner/organizer disappears from your Read more…

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