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May 21, 2015 | News

Concurrency’s Microsoft MVP Roster Surges to Eight—Highest Concentration in the Nation

MILWAUKEE, WI—May 20, 2015 — Concurrency, Inc., a Microsoft partner serving mid- to enterprise-scale organizations throughout the Midwest, has added two additional Microsoft MVPs to its team of consultants and engineers. Concurrency is now home to eight Microsoft MVPs, the […]

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May 20, 2015 | Azure

New Azure Solutions Architect MCSD Certification Track

Up until just this month, Microsoft’s official Azure certification exam’s were singular certifications. These exams have been formally rolled into a new MCSD track, Azure Solutions Architect. This is now the 5th developer track. Time to hit the books and get […]

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May 20, 2015 | Events, Featured Events

Windows 10 Event

Be one of the first to get an insider view into the new generation from Microsoft—including Windows 10, Office 2016, Microsoft Edge, and more! The event will cover: Windows 10 Office 2016 Edge – the new broswer from Microsoft Universal […]

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System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager SP1 Install Notes


I encountered a couple issues installing the new service pack today and wanted to pass them on for your installation. First, make sure you read Mike Griswold’s blog. It will clarify what update to run and in what order. If […]

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May 15, 2015 | Infrastructure

Adding Hyper-V and SoFS cluster delegation permissions with powershell.

When using Scale-Out File Servers for Hyper-V virtual machine storage, you need to setup proper Kerberos delegations permissions on each host. To be specific, the ”CIFS” (SMB) permission will need to be added for every Hyper-V node and the CNO(Computer Name Object) of the SoFS […]

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Using Visual Studio Online Service Hooks with Azure Automation Webhooks

If you weren’t able to attend //Build or Ignite a couple weeks ago, hopefully you’ve had the chance to watch some of the recorded sessions on the great new features coming to the Microsoft stack of products.  The two I’m […]

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