Tag: Windows Server

Veeam Agent for Windows Backup

In a previous article we have explored the installation of the Veeam Agent for Windows and in particular a quick walk through of the options licensed with the FREE edition. As a progression from the previous […]

Veeam Agent for Windows and Linux

One of the questions I usually ask to customers, including the risk of almost sounding rhetorical these days is “Do you have a Backup strategy?” In the majority of the cases the answers are positive and close […]

Windows Server Active Directory migration

Migrate Active Directory Services from Windows 2008 to 2012 R2 Part 3

Without even noticing we are already at the final stage of this article. Final part is about moving the active Roles from the old Windows 2008 server to the new Windows 2012 R2. We can issue […]

Windows Server 2012 Add Role

Migrate Active Directory Services from Windows 2008 to 2012 R2 Part 2

Here we are with the second part of this article focusing on installing the Active Directory Domain Services to the new Windows Server 2012 R2. In particular the next steps show the installation and configuration […]

Windows Server 2012

Migrate Active Directory Services from Windows 2008 to 2012 R2 Part 1

In this article series I’m going to explore the steps about migrating the Active Directory Domain Controller from windows server 2008 to Windows 2012 R2. It’s been a while since Windows Server 2012 R2 has […]

VSS configuration

Microsoft VSS: Volume Shadow copy Service Overview

Volume Shadow copy Service also known as Volume Snapshot Service is a framework developed by Microsoft which provides the ability to take crash consistent copies of data on selected volumes where the VSS Service is […]