Archive for June, 2011

SharePoint 2010 Virtualization

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Microsoft provided a complex one-stop shop with plenty of details and guidance for SharePoint 2010 virtualization on Hyper-V.


Error 0x80070035 – The network path was not found

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

In an environment with Site-to-Site VPNs and Windows 7 clients on the branch offices you can be faced with the Error 0x80070035 – The network path was not found, when users try to access file services provided with DFS shares.

The standard protocol used to access file services is SMBv1 and SMBv2, depending on legacy client and servers or current version OS client and server like Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

There is a bug in the Mrsxsmb10.drv driver, causing some trouble.

Read the MSKB article

and apply the hotfix to fix the problem.


Internet Explorer 9 Language Packs available

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

download here


Exchange 2010 SP1 Update Rollup 4 released

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

for download here

For those of you running Forefront Security for Exchange, disable ForeFront by using this command: fscutility /disable, before you install this update. After installing the update, re-enable ForeFront by running fscutility /enable.

Be sure you perform these important steps from the command line in the Forefront directory before and after this rollup’s installation process. Without these steps, Exchange services for Information Store and Transport will not start after you apply this update.

System Center Orchestrator 2012 Step by Step Installation

Monday, June 20th, 2011

read the detailed description


Update 1 Rollup 4 for TMG 2010 SP1

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

… get the newest rollup here

There should be no reboot required from my experiences installing the Rollup on several TMG. Just TMG services are going to restart. To apply the rollup takes only a few minutes including services restart.


iPhone 4 Personal Hotspot WiFi

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Since iOS 4.3 the iPhone is able to act as an Access Point. Three options are available to use the iPhone as an Internet Network Adapter via USB, Bluetooth and WiFi.

You will recognize that the USB and Bluetooth feature works fine for you. But when you use it as an Access Point and connect it via WLAN the connection is not stable.

When you plug the iPhone with power, you get also stable WLAN connections. But not when the iPhone runs on battery. This could be an issue which is not that obvious until now. So don’t wonder if you run your iPhone on battery and try to use it as an Access Point, it will not work until you plug it with power.


Kerberos Authentication for Outlook Clients

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

In his article, Hendrik Walter explains how to enable Kerberos Authentication for Outlook Client connecting to Exchange Server 2010 SP1 and later.

It is not so difficult as you would expect, therefore take your time and read his value article.