Tag: Microsoft

Mar 25

Resolved: Microsoft Office has detected a problem with your Information Rights Management configuration. Contact your administrator for more information.

Resolved: Microsoft Office has detected a problem with your Information Rights Management configuration. About a week ago one of our client computers started facing issues regarding the ability to access the Information Rights Management IRM server. We use Windows Azure’s IRM service (Azure Rights Management) so there are a few things you need to do …

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Mar 24

Exchange Server 2013: HTTP 500 Errors for ECP and OWA (Fresh Install)

Exchange Server 2013: HTTP 500 Errors for ECP and OWA (Fresh Install) Sometime ago I changed my domain name (you can read more about it here: How to: Rename an Active Directory Domain Name) to better address some business needs but unfortunately I had my Exchange Server offline as we are mostly using Exchange Online now. …

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Mar 24

Exchange 2013: How to completely remove all settings from Active Directory

Exchange 2013: How to completely remove all settings from Active Directory If you want to completely wipe all traces of Exchange Server 2013 from your Active Directory then follow this simple instructions. This has worked thus far for me but perhaps I missed something so feel free to provide any feedback you may have. Removing …

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Mar 09

Resolved: Hyper-V General access denied error when trying to load a Virtual Hard Drive

Resolved: Hyper-V General access denied error when trying to load a Virtual Hard Drive Recently I was working with my VMs and moving their storage files from one location to another. I don’t recall exactly what I did that caused this issue but I was unable to start my VM. I would get every time …

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Feb 24

How to: Manage Windows Azure with PowerShell

 How to: Manage Windows Azure with PowerShell You can manage your Windows Azure account via PowerShell with an array of commands at your disposal. Below is a quick reference guide of the commands available. You can connect to Microsoft’s Azure Cloud using the Azure Powershell SDK. After you have installed the SDK you should be …

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Feb 22

How to: Add an email Alias to your Outlook.com account

How to: Add an email Alias to your Outlook.com account There are several different kinds of aliases that you can create for an Outlook.com account. The easiest way by far is to use what I call for a lack of a better name an “on demand” alias. After that your best choice would be to …

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Feb 22

Walkaround: Workfolders error 0x80c80037 – No sync share is configured for the user.

Walkaround: Workfolders error 0x80c80037 – No sync share is configured for the user. I am still trying to figure out why Workfolders works at times and then it complete stops working indicating the following error messages: Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-SyncShare/Operational Source: Microsoft-Windows-SyncShare Event ID: 4016 Description: No sync share is configured for the user. User: UserName; …

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Feb 21

How to: Use your own Domain name with Outlook.com as the Backend

How to: Use your own Domain name with Outlook.com as the Backend Recently I decided to move from Gmail to Outlook.com as Google took away GoogleSync for free accounts (you can read about that here: How to move from Gmail to Outlook.com). But I’ve been using my own domain in Google Apps for a while now …

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Feb 19

Resolve: Error 0x800B0100 when you try to install Windows Updates or Microsoft Updates on a fresh MultiPoint 2012 Server

Resolve: Error 0x800B0100 when you try to install Windows Updates or Microsoft Updates on a fresh MultiPoint 2012 Server If you read my previous post that reads quite similarly to this then you know you get lots of 0x800B0100 error messages when you run Windows Update for the first time on a fresh MultiPoint 2012 …

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