Month: May 2013

Load-balancing Exchange 2013 on Citrix Netscaler

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So I’ve gotten this questions lot the last couple of days, and I see it on the search terms statistics on the blog. So it is possible to load balance Exchange 2013 on Netscaler? Yes!Now Microsoft usually has a list of “certified” load…

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Managing DDoS with Citrix Netscaler

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Most of the Ā«attacksĀ» on IT-services these days are mostly with DDoS (Disitributed Denial of Service) which is basically a flood of traffic headed to a particular network service. Think of it this way, if a person says hi to you, you say…

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Citrix Synergy 2013 What happend ?

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So most of the people I know was attending Synergy this year, either physical or virtual. Myself I could not attend either of the two so I was stuck with watching the twitter feed and keeping the scroll button in motion, so what…

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Azure and PowerShell

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Been working into Azure and using PowerShell the last couple of weeks, so therefore I thought that I would share some of my scripts that found in handy. First of you need to make sure you have installed Azure Powershell cmdlets and connected…

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Managing Azure with Linux

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Microsoft has done a lot of work behind and Azure and particularly on the management part. I have previously written about how to manage Microsoft Azure via PowerShell in Windows, this post is going to show how to manage it using Linux (In…

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Dell Integration with SCCM 2012

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There A lot out there are using some sort of Dell hardware; it is either regular clients (laptops etc) or servers. What many do not know is that Dell has a bunch of integration packs that you can use directly in System Center….

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Atlantis ILIO

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So I just recently attended a technical training of Atlantis ILIO and I had just a minor clue of how the stuff worked before I attended the training. Atlantis has been in the marked a couple of years and has already won a…

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