Tag Archives: McShinsky

Active Directory Scripting Highlight: Test Basic Network Connectivity with PowerShell

Throughout my work with domain migrations, there are inevitably some very basic steps before getting deep into User attributes, Groups, Computers, and the myriad of ways that client applications use Active Directory that need to be transitioned to a new … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference–Consumer Track

There are even a Consumer Track sessions at the MVP Virtual Conference coming on May 14th and May 15th.  These sessions are just fun and practical given by some of the most influential MVPs in the technical community.  Over 5000 … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference–Developer Track

My expertise falls more in to the IT Pro Track, but there is a whole lineup of Developer Track sessions in the MVP Virtual Conference coming on May 14th and May 15th.  Over 5000 people have already registered for the … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference–IT Pro Track

Here is the full IT Pro Track Session list for the MVP Virtual Conference is coming on May 14th and May 15th.  Over 5000 people have already registered for the event with content driven by Microsoft MVPs in three main … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference – Session Highlight #4

Another session by Marcos and Dave that you shouldn’t miss.  Focusing on Best Practices for virtualizing and managing Sharepoint 2013, it will also bring overall best practices for virtualizing with Hyper-V and using System Center 2012 R2.  These guys have … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference – Session Highlight #3

The System Center stack has come a long way and has even more great improvements coming down the pipe in 2016.  Pete has been doing working with the System Center suite for a long time and knows his stuff about … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference – Session Highlight #2

Another great session given by two very active and energetic MVPs.  This is more likely to be more like a comedy session.  With any technology there are issues you will run into, adjustments that can be made to increase performance … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference–Session Highlight #1

  The MVP Virtual Conference is coming on May 14th and May 15th.  Over 5000 people have already registered for the event with content driven by Microsoft MVPs in three main tracks, IT Pro, Developer, and Consumer.  For the next … Continue reading

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Recent Article: Keeping Your Tech Skills Current!

The SearchServerVirtualization.com Advisory Board was asked to give our views on what we do to stay current.  This is a question that I get asked quite often.  Here are my go to resources as well as resources others on the … Continue reading

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PowerShell Snip of the Week (Get-SCVirutalNetworkAdapter)

  Ben Armstrong recently posted a method on Listing all the IP Addresses used by VMs.  The Method was pretty straight forward and gave back some great information.  It got me thinking of how enterprise customers could do this using … Continue reading

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