Last week the 2014 edition of IT/Dev Connections took place at the Aria Resort in Las Vegas and as an Exchange Server MVP I was focusing on the Exchange track.
Bad news for hosters… or as a fellow MVP said ‘another kick in the nuts for hosters’ but at the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) 2014 Microsoft announced the end-of-life for Lync Hosting Pack version 2 (which is based on Lync Server 2013). This was already known for some time, but now it’s official.
For a couple of week one of my customer was complaining about little hickups in their Lync 2013 environment. It was working, but every now and then they had these strange little issues. When I moved my own accounts to Lync Online I was not able to federate with this customer anymore so it was time to start investigating.
Veeam recently released Patch 4 for Veeam® Backup & Replication™ v7 is now available and contains a host of resolved issues as well as new features and enhancements, including: Continue reading Veeam Backup and Replication V7 – Patch 4
In Exchange Server 2010 SP1 is was possible to create a hosting specific implementation by using the /hosting switch during setup. The /hosting implementation is discontinued by Microsoft and replaced by Address Book Policies in Exchange 2010 SP2 and the Address Book Policies solution is continued in Exchange 2013.