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Book Review “Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability – Nuno Mota”

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I got an opportunity to Read and Review of book “Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability – Nuno Mota”. I just finished reading this book and here is my review about this book.

I highly recommend this book for the Admin(s) who have at least basic understating of Exchange 2013 and want to gain more In-depth knowledge about High-Availability of Exchange server in all respects. The book contains only about 200 pages and 8 chapter with really hands-on practical stuff, so you will not get bored while reading this book.

The book covers availability of all the server roles so you can design a highly available messaging environment. A quick snapshot about the changes introduced in high availability of  Exchange 2013 provide a good platform for a reader to refresh and will benefit the reader in building the foundation.

http://www.packtpub.com/microsoft-exchange-2013-high-availability/book

 

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Categories: AD\GPO

GPO to configure the remote assistance in win 7 in domain environment

December 28, 2011 Leave a comment

Domain side configuration through GPO

Login in domain controller

Open GPMC.MSC

Crate a new policy

And configure the policy under the computer configuration s below.

Computer configuration – polices – Administrative template – system – remote assistance.

Configure the policy “offer remote assistance”

Click on the show button.

And configure the helper address [for this creates a security group in AD and map you support person IDs on that group] and give the UNC path of that group.

Configure the policy “Solicited remote assistance”

The policy will be like this after this

Configuration from client end,

Check that the Windows remote assistance should be allowed from the local firewall allow list,

This is by default allowed.

On the client computer go to Start RUN – msra /offerra

The below dialog box will be open

Type the ip address/Hostname of the person which you want to connect

And click on next

The user will be prompted to accept the connection and

Now click on the share control and the user will be] prompted to accept the request.

After this you will be able to control the remote system.

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