Archive for November, 2009

My Value of TechEd

Friday, November 13th, 2009

The last day of TechEd Europe has started. It’s been great as usual. I was satisfied about my sessions, I’m satisfied about other sessions I’ve seen. However – what’s my value of TechEd? TechEd is inspiring: always when you are put together with a clever bunch of folks, it’s inspiring to talk about technologies, there […]

Using AD-Powershell to protect OUs from accidental deletion

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

If you use Active Directory-Users and –Computers from Windows Server 2008 or higher (also ships with the Remote Server Administration Tools in Windows Vista or Windows 7), or the Active Directory Administrative Center in Windows Server 2008 R2 or Win7 RSAT newly created OUs are protected from accidental deletion. However, this does not apply to […]

djoin.exe not a Powershell command

Monday, November 9th, 2009

I’ve heard from a speaker I respect the question whether Microsofts strategies are consequent because they are basing everything on Powershell, however the djoin.exe-command is not a Powershell command. Interesting one, but also very understandable if you think about it. Djoin.exe is created to provide the following possiblity in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows […]

How to make your session prominent at TechEd Europe

Monday, November 9th, 2009

Funny – I arrived at TechEd Europe and many already talked to me about my session – I figured out it’s now popular because it had been rescheduled from Tuesday morning to Wednesday morning, so everyone at TechEd got a separate paper with the session updates and mine was one from the few. I’ve also […]