Monthly Archives: October 2019

Windows Server 2019 OEM Activation problem (VM)

Hi everyone Today I wanted to share a small tip if you got some problems with your Windows Server 2019 OEM Activation if you have OEM media. I used the latest Dell OEM installation media in my case. When the … Continue reading

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Microsoft Exchange Information Store Error – EventID 5003 | EventID 3154 – Time error

Hi everyone On Microsoft Exchange you might fall into a strange bug if a time error happen between your DC and your server. The error start by showing that error; Event ID 5003, MSEchangeIS Impossible d’initialiser le service de bande … Continue reading

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Windows 10 – Update Stay at Download Waiting

Hi everyone Today I wanted to share a small tip if your Windows 10 updates stay stuck at waiting download. Like shown there; If that happen please validate your current build to be sure it’s up to date, as often … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2019 Domain Controller – Ready for production ! (KB4516077)

Hi everyone Today I wanted to share a new, the KB4516077 is out and a *lot* of fix for the 2019 is in, for the ADDC’s roles.   Addresses an issue that causes File Explorer to report the number or … Continue reading

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0365 – Exchange Online X-Sender Spam Problem

Hi everyone ! Today I wanted to share a strange problem I found in 0365. It seem really easy to bypass the antispam filter with the x-Sender property if you know how. An example of a spam that went-tru. This … Continue reading

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Active-Directory – Invoke-InternalEnsureADDSComponentInstallState not recognized – DCPromo

Hi everyone Today I wanted to share a error I stumbled into this week. It’s after adding the ADDS’s roles, in the dcpromo wizard, A Invoke-InternalEnsureADDSComponentInstallState is not recognized. It happened to me on a Windows Server 2019. The error … Continue reading

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