Category Archives: ITPROCentral

MSExchange.org Article: Removing domains in Office 365

Hello folks, I wrote an article for MSExchange.org explaining the process to remove a domain in Office365. The process to remove a domain may not be that simple, especially when…

Configuring High Availability on the DHCP Server role

Hello folks, I wrote an article for Techgenix.com explaining the process to configure the DHCP Server role in Windows Server 2016. Windows Server 2016 brings with it a wealth of…

How to move your workloads to Azure

When integrating your on-premises environment with Azure, you might want to use the lift-and-shift approach to migrate some of your existing workloads. There are several ways to do it. You…

How to implement Azure Site Recovery

On the previous posts, I did an overview of the Azure Site Recovery service (see here) and talk about the way that I design a disaster recovery solution with ASR…

How to build a Disaster Recovery solution with Azure Site Recovery

Frequently I heard how to build a disaster recovery solution. When I heard that I always think about ASR. On my last post I talked about Azure Site Recover as…

Azure Site Recovery

Azure Site Recovery (ASR) is by far one of the Azure features that I always like to play with. The improvement along the time is above extraordinaire! When I’m talking…

Information Protection for Office 365 Poster

Microsoft Office 365 team released a new update of the Information Protection poster for Office 365. Here are some of the updates: Enterprise Mobility + Security capabilities in the E5…

Azure Backup – Part 3 – Backup Virtual Machines

On the first post (see here), I explained how the Azure backup works. On this post, I’m explaining how to backup Virtual Machines with Azure Backup. If the systems that…

Azure Backup – Part 2 – Azure Backup Agent

On the first post (see here), I explain how the Azure backup works. On this post, I’m explain how the files and folders are backup with the Azure Backup agent….

Managing a new Exchange Server 2016 EAC having your mailbox on a previous version

During the transition between Exchange Server 2010/2013 to Exchange Server 2016, before moving the mailboxes any administrator that tries to access the EAC will be redirected to the legacy system….