Microsoft Key Management Services KMS aka MAK

Okay, thank you Microsoft, thank you for the good idea of a central KMS what-ever-kill-me-service to activate Windows 7 and Office 2010 in an Enterprise.
Well, things could be easy, but obviously not a KMS Server done by Microsoft .. However, this is my collected information (Installation, configuration, error handling, testing, etc) about Microsoft Key Management Service (KMS).. and the tale isn’t over, believe me!
Getting started with Microsoft Windows KMS server..
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Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010 and external access FQDN

Yesterday I’ve installed Microsoft (TFS) Team Foundation Server 2010 and today I’m struggling with the configuration. My team wants to access the TFS / Source Control Safe using internal but also external host names. So, how to accomplish the right configuration? Good question. To save your time i thought I’ll blog about my journey .. Logo_Microsoft.Team.foundation.server.2010

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Hyper-V Remote Management Configuration Utility

HVRemote reduces the manual configuration steps needed for Hyper-V Remote Management down to a few simple commands. Logo_windows-server-2008-hyper-v-logo-v_2

 

  • HVRemote can diagnose common configuration errors.
  • HVRemote is locale neutral, although output is in English only.
  • HVRemote can configure all combinations of workgroup and domain joined clients and servers.
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    http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/HVRemote

    WCF: Configuring HTTP / HTTPS to host a System.ServiceModel WCF Service

    Using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) over HTTP either requires the use of a host, such as Internet Information Services (IIS), or manual configuration of the HTTP settings through the HTTP Server API. This post describes how to manually configure WCF when using HTTP and HTTPS. Logo_WCF

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