Using Windows Server 2012 Essentials with more than 25 users – TechNet Blogs

Windows Server 2012 Essentials is primarily designed as a first server solution for small businesses that need support for up to 25 user accounts and up to 50 devices. But even beyond the first server scenario, Essentials provides a number of unique, value-added features, such as Remote Web Access and automatic client computer backup, that many customers and partners want to have available in larger environments.

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Deployment Guides and Project Plan – Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Services

Welcome to the Windows Server® 2008 Active Directory® Domain Services guide, a part of the Infrastructure Planning and Design series. I use these guidelines for the new AD deployment projects.

The Planning and Design Series Approach

Introduction to Active Directory Planning and Design

Active Directory in Microsoft Infrastructure Optimization

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Setup Windows Server 2008 R2 as a RADIUS Server for a Cisco ASA

Recently I was working on Implementing VPN access with Cisco ASA for our company. As most of you know there are three main methods/protocols available for authentication, including ASA Local Database, LDAP and RADIUS.

So I decided to use RADIUS protocol to authenticate VPN requests. The following are the steps I used to setup VPN authentication using Cisco ASA 5510 and Windows Server 2008 R2 using ASDM 6.0:

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How to reboot or shutdown Windows Server automatically

Sometime, after installing Windows updates, it is necessary to reboot the Windows server.

I have PsTools on OS root drive (c:/PsTools/) of all the servers and to reboot I use “psshutdown.exe” file.

So here is how I schedule automatic reboot on my Windows server.

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How to manually update Global Address List (GAL) – Exchange 2003

If you want to manually update the Global Address List in Microsoft Exchange 2003, follow the steps outlined below;

  1. Go to Microsoft Exchange –> System Manager
  2. On the left Pane expand Recipients
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