Tag: step by step

HOW TO REDIRECT AZURE WEBSITE NAME TO YOUR OWN DOMAIN NAME #AZURE #WEBSITE #MVPHOUR #STEP BY STEP #WordPress

Hello everyone, how’s the weekend going? Have you tried to build your personal website at Azure? As my previously blog said, today I am going to show you how to redirect the Azure website name to your own domain name.

MIGRATE EXCHANGE SERVICES TO 2016 PART 7 – PUBLIC FOLDER #EXCHANGE #WINDOWSSERVER #STEP BY STEP

There is no more legacy public folder database, public folder mailboxes also knows as modern public folders, if you still need public folders, migrate them to Exchange 2016.
Public folder migration is a one-way process, if something goes wrong, you can roll back but any changes made since the migration will be lost.

MIGRATE EXCHANGE SERVICES TO 2016 PART 6 – MIGRATE MAILBOXES #EXCHANGE #WINDOWSSERVER #STEP BY STEP

After you’ve completed your deployment of Exchange 2016, and test connectivity via Exchange Remote Connectivity tool, you can move mailboxes to your Exchange 2016 Mailbox server.

How to build up personal website hosting at Azure for free #Website #WordPress #Azure #Microsoft #MVPHOUR

Today, I am going to show you how to build up your personal website hosting at Azure for free. Yes, you are right, I am saying it’s free (but custom domain is another matter).
Of course, you need to create your Azure account before creating your personal website hosting, you can follow the link to start your Azure account for free.

MINIMAL DOWNTIME MIGRATION OF WINDOWS SERVER ROLES – PART 3

t’s time to demote existing Windows server 2003 and migrate all Windows server roles to new Windows server 2012 R2, there are no down time for Part1 steps and Part2 steps, but we need to schedule down time for Part3 steps to cut over all services.

HOW TO EXPAND WINDOWS SERVER 2003 SYSTEM VOLUME SPACE

Today, my customer asked me that is it possible to expand system volume disk space for their Windows Server 2003 virtual machine? The answer is Yes, we can do it without any 3rd party tools. You just need a Windows Server 2008 or up to help this. Let’s follow the step by step to do it.

SITE TO SITE VPN BETWEEN CISCO MERAKI WITH AZURE AND VEEAM BACKUP COPY TO AZURE – PART 2

Veeam backup copy to Azure After build Site-to-site VPN between Cisco Meraki with Azure, let’s continually settings for Veeam backup copy to Azure. Settings in Azure site Logon to Azure… Read more »

SITE TO SITE VPN BETWEEN CISCO MERAKI WITH AZURE AND VEEAM BACKUP COPY TO AZURE – PART1

Today, a customer asks me to build a Site-to-Site VPN between their Meraki environment with Azure, they also need Veeam backup copy to Azure, they are using other cloud provider… Read more »