The Azure Portal is the go-to place to manage your Azure resources. I spend a lot of time in the portal. I’m sure a lot of you do the same. Here are some tips that will hopefully help you to make the most out of your time in the Azure portal.
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The Azure Data Box service is available in preview. You can use it to move hundreds of terabytes of data into Azure with high speed, by using secure transfer appliances. We accelerate the movement of your data by shipping you a proprietary, secure, and tamper-resistant transfer appliance, and by handling the end-to-end logistics.
If you have created a cloud server on Microsoft Windows but are having problems downloading files from your server, you might need to enable file downloads in Internet Explorer.
Microsoft disables file downloads by default in Internet Explorer as part of its security policy. To allow file downloads in Internet Explorer, follow these steps.
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What happens when Windows 8 or 8.1 shows the following mysterious message whenever you try to connect to your wireless network?
This connection has limited or no connectivity. No internet access
Or maybe you’ve seen this short message:
The connection is limited
Installed Windows Server 2012 with roles for DNS, DHCP and AD DS. Server is set-up with static IP 192.168.1.100
Setting up DHCP is showing IP address169.254.xx.xx as the DHCP Server Name instead of actual server Name. Removed the DHCP roles and added it back it still shows the same IP address.
Everything is working fine between workstations and server, no known issues. All the workstations are getting IP address within the DHCP scope i.e. from 192.168.1.1-60
In many companies the network has been configured for Windows PC’s to connect to a local server for Microsoft Updates. Usually running Windows Server Updates Server or WSUS for short.
If it [WSUS] has an issue and updates aren’t being pulled down, but you need to update a PC urgently, then you can do the following to turn off WSUS for that PC, which will then permit you to get updates directly from Microsoft Servers.