Continuing on from the previous article “Backup your on-premises Servers to Microsoft Azure”, we go one step further and show how to configure your on-premises VMware environment to use Azure version of Disaster Recovery called Azure Site Recovery.
It became a running joke thanks to the IT Crowd, and it’s entered pop culture in other ways – usually as a joke – but it is still the first troubleshooting step we try. Why? Because most of the time – it works!
A quick guide on how use Microsoft Azure Backup service to backup your physical on-premises Servers (not virtualised).
Typically Azure AD Connect is used to sync existing Active Directory users to Microsoft 365 Azure Active Directory, but what happens when your’re deploying a new server and have no users to sync? Or when your Azure Active Directory is already populated and your local Active Directory is empty? We’ll show you how.
If your server is running unresponsive with high CPU usage attributed by something called ‘Local Service (No Network)’, then it probably is an issue with Windows Firewall.
The error can occur when Microsoft attempts to re-authenticate a user. This could be because Microsoft has detected suspicious activity or just because it has been a while since the user authenticated themselves. It is quite easy to resolve.
Sometimes you may need to set an Outlook Out-of-Office message for a user that doesn’t have access to their email. This can be done from the Microsoft 365 Admin Centre.
Configure Cisco Anyconnect VPN using real SSL certificates instead of selfsigned. This configuratiobn was done on a Cisco C1111-x router with IOS-XE 16.9.3
The 3CX PBX does not have a built in Calling Class of Service feature so, by default, anything a person dials is sent straight out to the carrier. This means that if you want to restrict calls to certain numbers you have to do it using groups and outbound rules. This is how you can set up classes of service to restrict dialling to local, mobile, national or international calls.