Although unsupported, it is possible to install Microsoft Security Essentials on a Windows Server 2012.
To do this, set the compatibility of the downloaded file to Windows 7, then start that file with the parameter /disableoslimit.
The installation goes without a problem, and as far as I can tell, there are no compatibility issues.
ViewDbChk is a free tool that helps you overcome and clean up database inconsistencies for VMware Horizon View, the VMware solution for VDI.
The tool, available for version 5.3 and 6.0, can be downloaded through the link below. When downloading, be sure to select the correct version.
Open an EMS (Exchange Management Shell), and type these in, one by one:
Get-GlobalAddressList | update-GlobalAdressList Get-AddressList | update-AddressList Get-OfflineAddressBook | Update-OfflineAddressBook
Some users report having to restart the Exchange File Distribution service after running these PS cmdlets.
When deploying KMS on a Server 2012 R2, you may run into the error message saying nothing more but STATUS_SUCCESS.
The reason for this is that the KMS TCP Listening Port in the wizard, is by default set to 0, which is of course incorrect. Typing in the correct default value (1688) resolves the issue.
You can add RDS servers to the list of computers in Remote Web Workplace, making them available to anyone with access to RWW. The process is simple, requires no reboot and is immediately active.
Note that this will only work if your RDS server is inside the SBSServers OU or a sub-OU (i.e. you're allowed to create other OU's inside the SBSServers OU).
The NETLOGON folder is in fact a subfolder of the SYSVOL directory. Unless this location is changed, you can find it here:
(replace *yourdomain* with the DNS name of your Windows domain)
The (rather verbose) logs for the Windows SBS 2008 and 2011 POP3 Connector are located in the folder:
C:\Program Files\Windows Small Business Server\Logs\pop3connector
To change a user's (login's) password via Transact-SQL, use this:
ALTER LOGIN User WITH PASSWORD = 'new-password' OLD_PASSWORD = 'old-password'; GO
Some direct links to useful Windows 2003 tools: