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I was recently cleaning up a lot of old computer accounts in Active Directory, when I encountered the following message on a some of them: To dig into this a bit further, I went to View->Users, Contacts, Groups and Computers as containers from the Active Directory Users and Groups MMC.  With this view, I expanded […]

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First a little history:  We have been using Cisco Conferencing solutions now for over eight years.  We started with Conference Connection which was a software solution from a company in England and re-branded by Cisco.  It had problems with jitter and QoS, but it was acceptable.  Later, Cisco acquired Latitude and released MeetingPlace.  We started […]

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After installing the Cisco WebEx Meetings Server (CWMS), the time came for integration with Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS).  The MS-Windows administrator for our company installed ADFS 2.0 on an internal server and we issued a single certificate from our certificate authority to it.  We used that same certificate for all three roles — […]

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We had been on our new Exchange 2010 environment for almost a year when we decided to add Lync 2010 to the mix.  For this effort we used an outside consulting firm, and while I do not mean to discredit third-party integrators the fact of the matter is that they do not take the time […]

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We recently installed Lync 2010 and integrated it with our Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging (UM).  Everything seemed to go smoothly and we have since released it to all of our users.  We are getting great positive feedback and wanted to enhance the offering.  To that end, we started playing with Polycom CX100/200/300 devices (I hope […]

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We recently took on the migration of our enterprise E-mail system from Exchange 2003 to 2010.  In this article, I want to talk about the need to understand your client connection requirements before taking the plunge. Like most companies, we are still on Outlook 2003 and Windows XP.  Our remote users access the E-mail with […]

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