migration

Moving your data to Office 365 – SharePoint Migration Tool

One of the coolest features on Office 365 is OneDrive. Storing personal data and synchronizing file repositories from SharePoint are just a few of the great capabilities of OneDrive. Migrating all those file shares to SharePoint on Office 365 used to be a pain or require expensive tools. But the new SharePoint Migration Tool v2 (BETA) is here to help, and the great thing is that it is FREE!!! Planning – Map the network shares and subfolders and design what the SharePoint structure and sites would be. In this quick walkthrough we will migrate all the corporate logos for Click Enterprise to the Marketing SharePoint site. The logos are currently hosted on OneDrive, connected to a on premise SharePoint. In this case the Marketing SharePoint site already exists in the organisation and is used by technical consultants, sales and marketing teams. Execution – Download the SharePoint Migration tool. After installation…

Windows 10

Hi All, Windows 10 has been released over a year ago and there are still lots of people that don’t know what you can/cannot do with Windows 10, what edition, flavour, etc. they need to use. So, based on this, I’ve created this blog post and I’ll try to show you what is/is not available on each version and flavour of windows. Windows 10 Editions Windows 10 come with lots of editions, that are: Home – as the same says, it is for home users Professional – it has some extra features for business but they are for small business companies, normally companies that don’t need (or cannot afford) buying enterprise. Most of the time they buy PC’s with this version. This should be used for that start-up and not enterprise Professional Education – as the same already says, this is for education sector. Enterprise – This is the top…

SCCM 2012: Application Catalog and Migration

Hi All, last week, i was helping a customer with their migration from SCCM 2012 R2 to SCCM 2012 R2 CU4. There were already many things that had happen, collection migration, etc.. but the consultant that was performing the migration, wasn’t able to finish the job, so, i was called in. During the migration, we migrated couple of clients to test the migration script/GPO and we noticed the application catalog (probably the most used feature for them) wasn’t returning any result, however, when my user was logged on, i was able to see the applications that were deployed to “All users” collection. Looking at the logs, i saw on the policy logs, that the user policy was always with “0” assignments and so, it was not bringing anything to the Application Catalog. I tried to reset the policy, reinstall the client but none of those things worked. Looking further, on…

ADMT 3.1 error – ERR3:7075 Failed to change domain affiliation

I migrated a few machines using ADMT 3.1 from a source Domain A.local to target Domain B.net I had a few errors with the Agent and it took me a long time to find the solution. It looked like a DNS issue, as it is the most common cause for failed ADMT agent operations. The error was ERR3: 7075 (“ERR3:7075 Failed to change domain affiliation”), which drove me to this KB – http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929493 But that was not the solution, as the problem was caused by a specific setting on the Server 2008 Domain Controller policies. 1. The solution: Log on to a Windows Server 2008-based domain controller. 2. Click Start, click Run, type gpmc.msc, and then click OK. 3. In the Group Policy Management console, expand Forest: DomainName, expand DomainName, expand Domain Controllers, right-click Default Domain Controllers Policy, and then click Edit. 4. In the Group Policy Management Editor console, expand Computer Configuration, expand…