Tag: Support

Office 2010 Installation Error: The language of this installation package is not supported by your system.

Yesterday saw the release to TechNet and MSDN – Office 2010 Professional Plus. After downloading the 650MB file, I attempted to install Office 2010 in a way I have done many times before. I right […]

LDAP Limits – Are now hardcoded in Active Directory.

On ActiveDir.org a couple of weeks ago, there was a discussion around the fact that Microsoft now have hardcoded LDAP limits for Active Directory. This may not directly affect you in a Windows 2003 forest – […]

Details emerge of Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1

Earlier today details emerged around the features of Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1. “Service Pack 1 will include fixes and tweaks in areas you’ve helped us identify, including a roll-up of the roll-ups we’ve released to date. I […]

Active Directory: and Network Address Translation (NAT).

Active Directory environments configured to use Network Address Translation (NAT)  appear to be a support scenario with multiple configurations some supported and some unsupported.  Detailed below is the information I have collated so far. Active Directory over NAT – […]

Windows Server 2008 R2 will be the last version of Windows Server to support the Intel Itanium architecture.

I picked up on this little bit of information over the weekend, I have never come across the Itanium architecture in a production environment; but somebody somewhere  uses it and will be impacted. Windows Server […]

Active Directory: Issues and looking for a helping hand?

If you are looking connect with fellow Active Directory administrators, architects or perhaps the people that design the product, then I would strongly urge you to check out Tony Murray’s ActiveDir.org mailing list. The list […]

Windows XP SP2 – The end is nigh.

This year there are a few versions of  Windows which will go out of support. If you continue to use these version  of Windows beware;  it is effectively be the same as driving a Ford Capri around town; it […]