Category Archives: Windows Server 2008 R2

Quest OnDemand Recovery for AD

  On and off over the past couple of days I’ve been trialling one of Quest’s cloud services – OnDemand Recovery for AD.  The other service that Quest currently offers in the Microsoft space is Log Management, which allows the collection, storage and forensic analysis of Windows Event Log data.  For those of you familiar… Read More »

Quest ActiveRoles Quick Connect Express: GAL Sync Step-by-step Guide

A couple of weeks ago I blogged about using Quest’s ActiveRoles Quick Connect Express for Exchange 2010 Global Address List synchronisation (GAL Sync).  Since then I’ve written a step-by-step guide which will hopefully help others who want to use this very useful freeware utility.  You can download the guide (pdf format) here: GAL Sync with ActiveRoles Quick… Read More »

GAL Sync with Quest Quick Connect Express for Active Directory

Quest has just released a freeware product called Quick Connect Express for Active Directory. If you’re looking for something that fills the gap left by the (now pensionable) Microsoft Identity Integration Feature Pack, then this may well be it.  I’ve spent the last day looking at the product’s capabilities for running Exchange 2010 Global Address… Read More »

64-bit Version of Acctinfo2.dll

Some time ago I blogged about the Acctinfo2.dll tool and how unfortunate it was that a 64-bit version was not available.  Well, the good news is that you can now download a 64-bit version from here: I have tested the DLL on both Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 and it seems… Read More »