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Shannon Fritz

Infrastructure Architect and Server Team Lead at Concurrency. Shannon is an MVP in Forefront and Enterprise Security, MCSE in Private Cloud and MCSA Windows Server 2012. He's also a self-professed media junkie. Just ask him about MediaCenter!

September 01, 2014 | Azure, Events, Infrastructure

Windows Server 2003 Migration Event Video

With the impending end of support for Windows Server 2003 less than a year away, we hosted several events to help start the planning process to migrate away from the platform that many of us have ben using fore more […]

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June 21, 2014 | Infrastructure

Web Application Proxy fails with Error Code 0x8007520C

I recently needed to move my lab environment to a new location, which meant a slightly extended downtime (I’m pretty busy) and a new set of public IP’s. I’m uncertain if it’s related, but one side effect of the move […]

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May 26, 2014 | Infrastructure

Windows Update hangs in Audit Mode on Windows Server 2012 R2

I have long been a fan of using Sysprep’s Audit Mode for building my “poor man’s” Windows VHD Templates.  Over the last year or so, I have had problems with Windows Update not working. No matter what I did, the […]

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May 20, 2014 | Infrastructure

Hotlist of Sessions at TechEd 2014

I had the great fortune to attend TechEd in Texas last week and was able to witness about two dozen sessions over the course of 5 days (including the all-day preconference session).  What a great event!  There was so much […]

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April 07, 2014 | Infrastructure

Office 2013 KMS Error has occurred, STATUS_SUCCESS

I installed the Office 2013 KMS Host License Pack on a 2012 R2 KMS server so we could automatically activate Volume License editions of Office in an RDS deployment when the last step of the wizard have a rather peculiar, […]

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April 02, 2014 | Infrastructure

Windows 8.1 Update Released, Subtle but Significant

At //build/ 2014 Microsoft announced the release of the anticipated “Windows 8.1 Update” – its official name. It’ll be available to the public as part of the next wave of Windows Updates released on Tuesday, April 8th, but as mentioned […]

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