Creating an Azure VPN with a Draytek Router

The Microsoft Azure cloud operating system can be connected to your network by way of a virtual private network or VPN. Azure lists some supported devices and provides configuration scripts for them, but does not include the Draytek range of devices. Draytek devices are common in the small business market and for techy home users.… Continue reading Creating an Azure VPN with a Draytek Router

IPv6 Routed LAN with Windows

This blog is written to note down the steps needed to configure IPv6 on the whole of your LAN using Windows Server 2008 R2 as the router, but without installing RRAS. It also uses Hurricane Electric’s IPv6 tunnel broker service to provide the IPv6 connectivity via an IPv4 tunnel as my internet provider (Virgin Media… Continue reading IPv6 Routed LAN with Windows

Building An Exchange Unified Messaging Lab (Part 3)

This blog is part of a series on creating a unified messaging lab for Microsoft Exchange Server. Configuring Unified Messaging was not as easy as I thought it would be and there was a lack of information that brought all the settings into one place, and a lot of incorrect information! The series started with… Continue reading Building An Exchange Unified Messaging Lab (Part 3)