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SQL Server 2012 Tutorial - SQL Server Port Settings on Windows Server 2008 R2
 
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Ensure each SQL Server Port is open and SQL Server 2012 can communicate via Tcp/IP on Windows Server 2008 R2 Firewall after a new SQL Server Install. Ports: TCP 135 - SQL Transact Debugger/RPC TCP 1433 - SQL Server Default Instance TCP 1434 - SQL Server Admin Connection TCP 2382 - SQL Server Browser TCP 2383 - SQL Analysis Services TCP 4022 - SQL Service Broker UDP 1434 - SQL Server Browser Multicast Response Reference: Connecting to SQL Server over the Internet: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175483(v=sql.105).aspx
Views: 59071 Jeff Willener
SharePoint 2013 Tutorial - Farm Configuration Wizard
 
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Visit SharePoint Training Online at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com Visit this videos webpage for additional information at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com/farm-configuration-wizard/ After completing the installation process or updating the service applications on the SharePoint farm, you'll need to execute the Farm Configuration Wizard
Views: 30786 Jeff Willener
SharePoint 2013 Tutorial - Install SharePoint 2013 Single Server with existing SQL Server
 
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Visit SharePoint Training Online at http://www.SharePointTrainingOnline.com Visit this videos webpage for additional information at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com/install-sharepoint-2013-single-server-with-existing-sql-server/ Install SharePoint 2013 as a Single Server with SQL Server deployment. SQL Server must be installed prior to the installation of SharePoint 2013. -- Microsoft SharePoint 2013 on TechNet: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc303422.aspx -- Hardware and Software Requirements for SharePoint 2013: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262485.aspx -- Install on a Single Server with a built-database: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263202.aspx -- Install on a Single Server with SQL Server: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262243.aspx -- Install across multiple servers for a three-tier farm: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee805948.aspx -- Initial deployment administrative and services accounts: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee662513.aspx -- Additional account details: http://www.ericharlan.com/Moss_SharePoint_2007_Blog/sharepoint-2010-service-%20%20account-reference-guide-a184.html
Views: 68512 Jeff Willener
VMware Workstation Tutorial - Domain Trust Relationship Failed
 
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A virtual network with a Domain Controller and a client Workstation, when changing to a previous Snapshot on the client you may receive the error "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed" when logging in with a domain account. The solution is simple, log in as the Local Administrator on the client, run PowerShell 3.0 (with 'Run as Administrator' privileges) and execute the Reset-ComputerMachinePassword cmdlet with the Domain Controller. Reset-ComputerMachinePassword -Server [MyDomainController] Then, reboot the client computer and logging in with a domain account should function accordingly. References: Reset-ComputerMachinePassword: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh849751.aspx Installing Windows PowerShell: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh847837.aspx
Views: 20203 Jeff Willener
SharePoint 2013 Tutorial - SharePoint Central Administration Missing Links
 
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Visit SharePoint Training Online at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com View this videos webpage for more information at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com/sharepoint-central-administration-missing-links/ There have been questions regarding missing links within the SharePoint Central Administration site. To name a few: - System Settings / Manage services on server - Backup and Restore / Perform a backup - Backup and Restore / Restore from a backup - General Application Settings / Configuration Wizards / Launch the Farm Configuration Wizard Also, a user will encounter an error of "Sorry, this site hasn't been shared with you" when attempting to open Security / Configure service accounts
Views: 33805 Jeff Willener
VMware Workstation Tutorial - VMware Virtual Network Overview
 
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Overview of VMware Virtual Networks on VMware Workstation. As you may already know, you access the Virtual Network Editor by clicking Edit then Virtual Network Editor... After a fresh install of VMware Workstation we have the default virtual networks of VMnet0 as a Bridged network, VMnet1 as a Host-only network and VMnet8 as a NAT network. Let's step through a Bridged network, a Host-only network and NAT network and discuss what they are, why to use them and how to configure each. The first virtual network is a Bridged network. A Bridged network is one where the Guest OS shares the Host network adapter in connecting to the physical network. The Guest OS uses the same DHCP Server, DNS Server and Gateway as the Host OS. You can only have one Bridged network per physical network adapter on the Host computer. A Bridged network is used to integrate with your existing network. Examples for using a Bridged network are when the Guest OS needs to: • Communicate with other computers on the LAN • Integrate into a domain This makes sense when IT Departments virtualize a portion of their hardware environment going from, for example, eight servers and eight OS's to one server and nine OS's. Another example is, I use VMware Workstation and my Host OS as a pristine environment and my computing, if you will, is performed on a VM Guest OS where both are part of my domain and infrastructure. By default, our first Bridged network VMnet0 has Bridged to set to Automatic. If we click Automatic Settings, we see every connection is available to be bridged. If we were to add a new Bridged Virtual Network we'll receive an error stating "There are no un-bridged host network adapters." Let's click Add Network, select and available virtual network, change network type to Bridged and there is our error. We can resolve this by either changing VMnet0 Bridged to as specific network adapter or by removing a network adapter from the Automatic Settings. The next virtual network is a Host-only Virtual Network and is a private network between the Host OS, which is optional and other Guest OS's on the same virtual network. There is no public access outside this network; meaning there is no Default Gateway. To not permit the Host OS access to this Host-only virtual network we must uncheck 'Connect a host virtual adapter to this network.' If this is checked, the Host OS will have a virtual network adapter which provides access to this network. VMware on the Host OS will supply DHCP services which are also configurable. By default the DHCP service is enabled; to disable uncheck 'Use local DHCP service to distribute IP addresses to VMs.' We set the Subnet IP and Subnet mask below. We can also configure DHCP services by clicking 'DHCP Settings...' To add a Host-only network we follow the same procedure and click 'Add Network...', select an available virtual network and chose 'Host-only'. Essentially, a Host-only network is used for isolation of Guest OS's The last virtual network is a NAT Virtual Network. NAT is short for Network Address Translation. A NAT Virtual Network is similar to Host-only with the exception it is not private and you can only have one NAT Virtual Network. Since the Guest OS's now have access to the public world beyond the Host OS we need the ability to configure the Default Gateway, DNS service, NetBios and Port Forwarding. This infrastructure is all served by VMware on the Host OS. To configure these options we click 'NAT Settings...' Here we can set the Gateway IP to be passed out by DHCP service. Do not confuse this with the same IP address as the Host OS, it must be different unique. Next we can add a port forwarding from the physical LAN to inside the NAT Virtual Network VMnet8. For example we can add FTP with a Host OS port of 10021, type TCP, Virtual Machine IP address of 192.168.184.44 (some static ip on VMnet8 to FTP server), Virtual Machine port of 21 and a Description of FTP. Furthermore we can allow Active FTP vs. Passive FTP by checking or unchecking 'Allow active FTP.' We can also configure the DNS Settings by clicking 'DNS Settings...' To have the Host provide the DNS service we check 'Auto detect available DNS servers.' If we have a DNS server on the NAT Virtual Network then uncheck 'Auto detect available DNS servers' and specify the IP address of the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server(s). A NAT Virtual Network is ideal for managing a small network where it is truly independent of everything on the physical LAN. For example, a complete network of Domain Control, DNS Server, DHCP Server, Web Server and Workstations can all be configured on a NAT given the Host Computer or Server had the resources to run each simultaneously.
Views: 167830 Jeff Willener
Team Foundation Server 2012 Tutorials - Express Installation
 
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Follow along as I show you how to install Team Foundation Server 2012 Express then give a brief overview of Team Foundation Server Management Console. TFS Express 2012 Download: http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/eng/downloads#d-2012-express (preferred location) http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38190 Collection-Level Permissions: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/ms252587.aspx#Collection Team Explorer for Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 (used to create TFS Projects) http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30656 (Team Explorer) http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39305 (VS2012 Update 3)
Views: 33955 Jeff Willener
How to restore voice mail from Google Voice on your Sprint mobile phone.
 
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Deactivating Google VoiceMail did not work. Then removing the phone did not work. We found pressing *38 than 'talk' restored the default Sprint VoiceMail.
Views: 6888 Jeff Willener
SharePoint 2013 Tutorial - Configure SQL Server for SharePoint
 
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Visit SharePoint Training Online at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com View this videos webpage for additional information at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com/configure-sql-server-for-sharepoint/ We have just completed a SharePoint 2013 installation to the point where we have not run the Farm Configuration Wizard from within the Central Administration. Before we continue, want to configure SQ
Views: 16522 Jeff Willener
SharePoint 2013 Tutorial - Rename App Management Service Database
 
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Visit SharePoint Training Online at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com View this videos webpage for additional information at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com/rename-app-management-service-database/ Series of Renaming SharePoint 2013 Databases SharePoint 2013 Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5WuYQW2Biz5BW219rB3Tk8rL4bLtFpWB Rename SharePoint 2013 Databases Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5WuYQW2Biz4oQ7mntOPnD54WkNP8tMN- This is a multipart series where we are renaming the SharePoint 2013 Databases. Here, we renaming AppMng_Service_DB_[GUID] database. Reference: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219730.aspx
Views: 2872 Jeff Willener
SharePoint 2013 Tutorial - Rename SharePoint_AdminContent Database
 
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Visit SharePoint Training Online at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com View this videos webpage for more information at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com/rename-sharepoint_admincontent-database/ Series of Renaming SharePoint 2013 Databases This is the first of a series where we are renaming the SharePoint 2013 Databases. Here, we start with renaming SharePoint_AdminContent_[GUID] database. These steps can be used with SharePoint 2010 as well. Create a new Central Administration Content Database: New-SPContentDatabase -Name SharePoint_AdminContent -WebApplication http://[central admin url:port] Get a list of Central Administration Content Databases: Get-SPWebApplication -Identity http://[central admin url:port] | Get-SPContentDatabase | Select Id, Name, WebApplication | Format-List Copy database content: Get-SPSite -ContentDatabase [old database Id GUID] | Move-SPSite -DestinationDatabase [new database Id GUID] Execute command IISRESET. Delete the old database: Remove-SPContentDatabase [old database Id GUID] Confirm the old database has been removed from SharePoint: Get-SPWebApplication -Identity http://[central admin url:port] | Get-SPContentDatabase | Select Id, Name, WebApplication | Format-List References: Good blog walk-through: http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/2706/renaming-the-sharepoint-admin-content-database-to-follow-sql-server-naming-conventions/ New-SPContentDatabase: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607572.aspx Get-SPWebApplication: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607562.aspx Get-SPContentDatabase: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607828.aspx Get-SPSite: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607950.aspx Move-SPSite: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607915.aspx Remove-SPContentDatabase: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607920.aspx
Views: 6388 Jeff Willener
Use Windows 7 as Cell Phone Bluetooth Handsfree Device
 
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Use your Windows 7 Enterprise, Service Pack 1, computer as your speaker and microphone when you make calls with your cell phone.
Views: 128692 Jeff Willener
SharePoint 2013 Tutorial - Rename Application Database Prerequisites
 
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Visit SharePoint Training Online at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com View this videos webpage for more information at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com/rename-application-database-prerequisites/ Series of Renaming SharePoint 2013 Databases This is the first of a series where we are renaming the SharePoint 2013 Databases. Here, we start with renaming SharePoint_AdminContent_[GUID] database. These steps can be used with SharePoint 2010 as well.
Views: 2822 Jeff Willener
Tutorial 001 - Create GoDaddy WordPress Site from Scratch
 
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Tutorial Notes, Links and Resources: http://www.CreativeITResources.com/Tutorial001 I step you through creating a GoDaddy account, buying a domain name, buying a hosting package, installing WordPress then setup the first Website Theme. Along the way I'll discuss hosting package options and choices to make that allow you to grow your business online. Thanks for watching everyone! Don't forget to Subscribe above and check out http://www.CreativeITResources.com/Tutorial001
Views: 21537 Jeff Willener
SQL Server 2012 Tutorial - Std Install Part 1
 
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Complete step-by-step to SQL Server 2012 install using Standard Edition on Windows Server 2008 R2. We will not only install the SQL Server Database Engine but will also install SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). Part 1 of 3
Views: 4015 Jeff Willener
SQL Server 2012 Tutorial - Std Install Part 2
 
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Complete step-by-step to SQL Server 2012 install using Standard Edition on Windows Server 2008 R2. We will not only install the SQL Server Database Engine but will also install SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). Part 2 of 3
Views: 2319 Jeff Willener
SharePoint 2013 Tutorial - Install SharePoint 2013 Single Server with Built-in Database
 
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Visit SharePoint Training Online at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com Visit this videos webpage for additional information at http://www.sharepointtrainingonline.com/install-sharepoint-2013-single-server-with-built-in-database/ Install SharePoint 2013 as a Single Server with Built-in Database deployment. During the installation process SQL Server 2008 R2 Express Edition will be installed as the SharePoint instance. -- Microsoft SharePoint 2013 on TechNet: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc303422.aspx -- Hardware and Software Requirements for SharePoint 2013: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262485.aspx -- Install on a Single Server with a built-database: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263202.aspx -- Install on a Single Server with SQL Server: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262243.aspx -- Install across multiple servers for a three-tier farm: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee805948.aspx -- Initial deployment administrative and services accounts: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee662513.aspx -- Additional account details: http://www.ericharlan.com/Moss_SharePoint_2007_Blog/sharepoint-2010-service-%20%20account-reference-guide-a184.html
Views: 18192 Jeff Willener
Tutorial 003 - GoDaddy Business Managed WordPress Overview
 
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Tutorial Notes, Links and Resources: http://www.CreativeITResources.com/Tutorial003 The Business Managed WordPress Hosting offered by GoDaddy is a very nice solution to hosting your sites. I'll walk you through what is offered and what is not offered in this package. I'll also show you how the Business package gives you a way to Stage your site for testing and making site changes. Thanks for watching!! Don't forget to Subscribe above and check out the Tutorial Notes at http://www.CreativeITResources.com/Tutorial003.
Views: 2710 Jeff Willener
Tutorial 002 -  GoDaddy Starter Manage WordPress Overview
 
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Tutorial Notes, Links and Resources: http://www.CreativeITResources.com/Tutorial002 Let's check out the Starter Managed WordPress Hosting offered by GoDaddy. I'll show you what email services are offered, how many WordPress sites you can have and how to manage your WordPress site. Thanks for watching!! Don't forget to Subscribe above and check out the Tutorial Notes at http://www.CreativeITResources.com/Tutorial002.
Views: 4321 Jeff Willener
GoDaddy Tutorial - Quick Shopping Cart Installation
 
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Follow along as I install and configure a GoDaddy Quick Shopping Cart
Views: 19738 Jeff Willener
SQL Server 2012 Tutorial - Change SQL Server Service Start Mode
 
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Change a SQL Server Service Start Mode and Start, Stop, Pause or Restart a SQL Server Service.
Views: 10564 Jeff Willener
Tutorial 004 - Move your WordPress site with GoDaddy's Site Migration
 
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Tutorial Notes, Links and Resources: http://www.CreativeITResources.com/Tutorial004 Manually moving a WordPress website can be tricky. GoDaddy's Site Migration Tool makes moving or copying your WordPress site easy. Literally, it's a few steps anyone can do. Thanks for watching!! Don't forget to Subscribe above and check out the Tutorial Notes at http://www.CreativeITResources.com/Tutorial004.
Views: 4855 Jeff Willener
SQL Server 2012 Tutorial - Std Install Part 3
 
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Complete step-by-step to SQL Server 2012 install using Standard Edition on Windows Server 2008 R2. We will not only install the SQL Server Database Engine but will also install SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). Part 3 of 3
Views: 1547 Jeff Willener
Window Server 2008 R2 Tutorial - Create Active Directory User Account
 
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Create Active Directory User Windows Server 2008 R2.
Views: 1269 Jeff Willener
Window Server 2008 R2 Tutorial - Install Active Directory Role
 
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Install Active Directory Role after a new installation of Windows Server 2008 R2.
Views: 795 Jeff Willener

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