RD Gateway/Web Access Outside the Firewall

I recently had the opportunity to work with one of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2's neatest features:  Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway) and Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web Access).  If you aren't familiar with these features, check out a brief summary here. The setup is fairly straightforward, as outlined here and here.  However, I... Continue Reading →

Recover from IOS Armageddon

Ok, maybe it's not that extreme, but losing power to a Cisco router or switch, while performing an IOS upgrade, after you've deleted your existing IOS can be a headache.  While not a disaster, you can plan on spending about an extra 45 minutes or so to recover.  Here's the lowdown: Summary You'll need to... Continue Reading →

Exchange 2010: Simplify OWA URL

Exchange Outlook Web Access is a wonderful feature, but directing users to access it on their own can be a patience testing proposal if you're not using URL redirection. For example: you've installed Exchange 2010, configured all the appropriate roles, including the CAS (Client Access Server; responsible for OWA), and deserve a hero's welcome, or... Continue Reading →

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