Monthly Archives: December 2015

Lync 2013 Exchange 2013 Integration

Just a quick brainstorming note. Lync 2013 and Exchange 2013 have some strong integration features (archiving, outlook web chat, unified contact store) but this integration can be difficult to set up. Here are some articles that may help. Server-to-server authentication … Continue reading

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PowerShell Error Log File

PowerShell is great for scheduling administrative tasks, but it can be difficult to figure out a reliable way to log the error output if things go wrong. The Windows task scheduler will record last run result of 0x1 (error), but … Continue reading

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What Linux Folder Is Taking All the Space

The Linux shell provides a lot of helpful commands to analyze your data and manage your system. Here’s a quick sample to get a sorted list of space used by files and folders in your current working directory. This is … Continue reading

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Microsoft Access for SQL Server Reporting

I like to use Microsoft Access for end-user SQL Server Reporting. My business users love Excel and Access is one of the easiest ways to provide SQL views in spreadsheet-compatible form. This is related to my earlier post Microsoft Access … Continue reading

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