Hyper-V Checkpoints crisis – some useful tips

Hello everyone! Hope you’re all doing well. My post today is about Hyper-V Checkpoints gone bad. What do I mean with bad? Well, let me sketch the situation first, but I’ll keep it short. Problem situation A customer was running Hyper-V 2012 R2, upgraded to Hyper-V 2016, in combination with Hyper-V Replica to Azure ASR. Unfortunately, …

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Azure AD – sourceAnchor you say?

We all know Azure AD as a home for our user and group objects, sourcing from on-premises directories.  To match an on-premises user to a synchronized user, a “relationship” is needed, this is referred to as the sourceAnchor. The sourceAnchor attribute helps Azure AD Connect (the Synchronization Engine) to perform a hard match between on-premises objects …

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Manage your public DNS domains securely using Azure DNS

Why? Let’s talk about technical vs. financial management of a public registered DNS domain.  At Realdolmen, the classroom IT-infrastructure has its own dedicated internet connection. With it came the possibility to register a .be domain, our own rdeducation.be test domain. As a responsible for registering entries in this domain, I was trying to find a solution …

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