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Quickie: When you disable Data Decuplication you will lose Shadow Copies data

October 22nd, 2013 No comments

We had some problems with backup system backing up Windows Server 2012 deduplication enabled volumes. We decided to disable Data Deduplication on volume. After volume was converted back into “non data deduplication mode”, we found out that all Shadow Copies meta data was lost. It means all “Previous Versions” were lost. I really don’t see any reason to act like that, but there is probably some. It would be great if Windows warns you before you do the change. But it doesn’t 🙂

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Disable OutlookAnywhere in Outlook

January 31st, 2012 No comments

This days I was installing one Exchange 2007 server into existing Exchange organization (two other Exchange 2007 servers). I enabled one new server all features which Exchange 2007 brings to clients: Outlook Anywhere, Autodiscover, ActiveSync. After couple days we discovered that by this setting not only local users were affected, but all clients connecting into Exchange Organization (also those connecting to two old servers).

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How to set Run this program as Administrator via registry

November 2nd, 2011 9 comments

At one of my customer I was implementing SAP GUI into Terminal Services farm. When you run SAP GUI as Administrator, SAP GUI works perfectly.

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Windows 2008/7: How to disable firewall correctly

August 19th, 2011 No comments

Most of the time I found at customers’ sites that they disable firewalls completely, because they don’t have time or they are just lazy to define exceptions in firewall settings. But this is not really good idea according to security.

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