Category Archives: Tips

How to – Install VMware Tools in Linux

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By | 24 May 2017

In this post I explain how to Install VMware Tools in Linux virtual machine. These VMware Tools may be required installed on all systems (Windows, Linux, etc). If the installation in Windows is done in a few clicks, a Linux server in console mode does not configure in the same way. Install VMware Tools in… Read More »

How to – Add a Windows Server 2016 ADDS Active Directory Domain Services in an existing domain

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By | 22 May 2017

Hello ! A quick post, to explain how to add a Windows Server 2016 ADDS Active Directory Domain Services in an existing domain step-by-step ! We consider: You have one domain controller with AD, DHCP and DNS services. Your new server is already member of your domain Add a Windows Server 2016 ADDS Active Directory… Read More »

[TSHOOT] – Exchange 2010 : 550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.ExRecipNotFound error message when you send email messages

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By | 18 May 2017

Hello, Just a little post to troubleshooting an error in Exchange 2010 ! Last week, when i’ve a big problem with my exchange server, some users doesn’t send an email to the external address ! They receive this type of error : Generating server: <server name>.local IMCEAEX-_O=CONTOSO_ou=first+20administrative+20group_cn=Recipients_cn=<username>@<server name>.local #550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.ExRecipNotFound; not found ## To resolve this… Read More »

TIPS – Create a custom firewall rules in VMware ESXi

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By | 16 May 2017

Hi guys ! In this post i’ll explain how to create a custom firewall rules in VMware ESXi 6.0. How it works ? To access the firewall configurations, you can use the following esxcli namespace: esxcli network firewall. To list the default firewall rules, you can run the following command:  

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TSHOOT – Exchange 2010 : Disabled mailboxes in a disconnected mailbox folder

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By | 10 May 2017

Just a little post to troubleshoot a problem with Exchange mailboxes. During the last weekend, I’ve encountered a big problem on my Exchange Server. After debugging the problem due to some Active Directory containers deleted, I’ve restored them with Veeam Backup & Replication but all mailboxes have been Disabled and stored in Disconnected mailbox folder… Read More »