Calendar access rights Exchange 2010 SP1

Friday, January 14, 2011
By Edwin

  If you want to view or set Calendar / Agenda acces rights in Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1 you can do this very easy with powershell. To view the access rights on a users calendar run the following command. Get-MailboxFolderPermission –Identity **username@organisation.com**:\Agenda (or Calendar dependng on your language settings) To set access rights for... »

Reset mailbox foldernames Exchange 2010

Monday, January 10, 2011
By Edwin

  Sometimes when you import pst’s into exchange 2010 you got some problems with language settings and foldernames. I discovered that  the option / Resetfoldernames didn’t work. So I had to look for another solution. On the exchange 2010 server you can run the following command Set-MailboxRegionalConfiguration –Identity **alias** -dateformat "d-M-yyyy" -timezone "W. Europe... »

Eshgro searches for seniors !

Friday, January 7, 2011
By Edwin
Eshgro searches for seniors !

  Do you want to work for a leading company in the SaaS, IaaS field? We are hiring seniors. Are you a native Dutch speaker? MCITP certified? Do you have great troubleshooting skills? Are you a master in working with RDS 2008 R2? Do you have explendid experience in installing applications on RDS? Do... »

Happy New Year

Saturday, January 1, 2011
By Edwin
Happy New Year

 Happy New Year to all the followers of Digipulse. Thank you all for following my blog the last year.. Tweet This Post »

Uninstall Exchange 2007 SP1 from a Windows 2008 R2 server

Saturday, October 30, 2010
By Edwin

Yesterday I tried to uninstall a Exchange 2007 SP1 server from a Windows 2008 R2 server. I’ve you go to Programs and Features and try to uninstall it wil fail. A Q&D(quick and dirty)workarround for this is go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Exchange\v8.0\MailboxRole en rename de REG_SZ=Uninstall to Install. Try again to uninstall. It worked for me. Tweet... »

XenServer SR-IOV Support

Monday, September 20, 2010
By Edwin

SR-IOV is a PCI device virtualization technology that allows a single PCI device to appear as multiple PCI devices on the physical PCI bus: the real physical device is called physical function (PF) while the others are called virtual functions (VF). The purpose of this is for the hypervisor to directly assign one or... »

XenClient RC2 Command line tips & tricks

Monday, September 20, 2010
By Edwin
XenClient RC2 Command line tips & tricks

Open a terminal window: Press ctrl+shft+t Enable SSH on the Management Console: Open the terminal on the console, press: ctrl+shift+t In the terminal type: touch /config/ssh_enabled IMPORTANT: In the RC there is NO ROOT PASSWORD… Enabling this is on your own risk!!! Press ctrl+q to refresh hypervisor Find the SSH Interfaces IP Address: 1)... »

First DUCUG meeting!

Friday, May 28, 2010
By Edwin

Last year I made a start with setting up the Dutch Citrix User Group. Due to switching job, lak of time, a back injurie the startup of DUCUG delayed. Now I want to go on strong and want to organize the first DUCUG meeting in the Netherlands. I want to organize this meeting somewhere... »

New blogger in town

Friday, May 28, 2010
By Edwin

Last week my collegue Peter Stam decided to start blogging about daily issues he wil face in his line of work. You can follow Peter on his blog called http://www.hyper-p.com Tweet This Post »

Microsoft to patch 26 holes in Windows, Office

Thursday, February 4, 2010
By Edwin
Microsoft to patch 26 holes in Windows, Office

Microsoft will patch 26 holes next week, including critical ones in Windows, one affecting the kernel of 32-bit versions and several holes in Office, the company said in a Patch Tuesday preview on Thursday. Five of the 13 bulletins affect vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution and they are rated critical. The... »

Access Gateway Virtual Appliance now for download @ Citrix

Thursday, February 4, 2010
By Edwin

 Using XenApp to provide remote access to your applications its likely you’ll be using the free software-based Secure Gateway feature. Lot’s of companies don’t want to spent lots of money to a Netscaler with CAGEE 9.x on it because it’s an enterprise solution and to expensive for the smaller companies.  Citrix suggest that this... »

HYPER-V.NU….The Dutch Hyper-V community

Tuesday, February 2, 2010
By Edwin

Since Hyper-V R2 is booming and more and more IT pro’s are looking to it as a serious virtualization platform I want to inform all Dutch IT pro’s about the new Dutch Hyper-V Community. The community is founded by Jaap Wesselius and Hans Vredevoort. HYPER-V.NU is promoting HYPER-V and is going to be the... »

Why upgrading to server 2008 R2

Wednesday, January 13, 2010
By Edwin
Why upgrading to server 2008 R2

    Still lots of companies are holding back the upgrade from Microsoft Server 2003 R2 to Microsoft Server 2008 R2. But companies have to be aware that the end of support for 2003 server is approaching faster then they think. As of the 13th of July 2010 normal support on Microsoft Server 2003... »

More GOD modes

Wednesday, January 13, 2010
By Edwin
More GOD modes

  The new GOD modes that came out are differing from choosing a location to managing power settings to identifying biometric sensors. These other settings can be accessed directly by creating a new folder with any name (GodMode or otherwise) and then including a certain text string. Microsoft maintains many such undocumented developer commands... »

Enable Windows 7 god mode!

Sunday, January 3, 2010
By Edwin
Enable Windows 7 god mode!

Today wile I was surfing I found a nice article on Helmers Blog thats enables you to enable GOD mode for Windows 7. This is cool for every admin. Just follow the next steps: Create a new folder Right click the folder and name it like this : SuperAdmin.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} Press Enter. Now the folder... »

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