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Creating a SQL 2012 AlwaysON Availability Group

​This is go through the steps required to install a SQL 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Group (AG) or AlwaysOn Cluster. Install SQL Server on both Servers. (Note: need microsoft sql 2012 enterprise version) Make sure this 2 sql server are part of the domain member server Start the SQL Server Configuration Manager on both SQL Server.

by September 5, 2016January 8, 2018

How to Maintain Business Operation Data with Distributed File System

​Data and information are the vital part for daily business operation. Thus as an IT administrator in a cooperate company, the main responsibility should be circling around about how to store and preserved data to maintain business operation. In a cooperate environment, there might be few file servers had been implemented in order to maintain...

by September 1, 2016January 8, 2018

How to use Syncovery – Synchronized Backup File from Servers

​ ** Before we start the two-way replication, please ensure both files need to have the same resource data** Open Syncovery program >> click + (Add) button to create a new profile. Give a name for the profile >> Select 1st files server path on left hand side >>Select 2nd files server path on right...

by September 1, 2016March 13, 2018

How to Do Deployment of MS Office with Office Deployment Tool

Ever encounter a situation where you are required to deploy Microsoft Office Pro plus, Skype for Business, One Drive for Business to a large amount of users? Well good news, Microsoft had provided us a solution to this. With Office Deployment Tool or ODT all we need is a correct configuration file you will be...

by August 5, 2016January 8, 2018

Rating Function in Sharepoint 2013

 We can have users to rate the item in Sharepoint application such as custom list, announcement or document library by doing some simple configuration in list/library Setting.  The ratings can be in the form of Likes or Star Ratings. Go to list settings on your list and choose rating settings

by July 4, 2016January 8, 2018