Erwin Bierens

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Skype for Business Online Audio Conferencing - Dial out behavior change

Microsoft is making some changes to Skype for Business Online Audio Conferencing Dial Out. To best meet our customer’s business needs, Microsoft is adjusting when attendees can add other participants to a Skype for Business meeting via dial out. How does this affect us? Till now, meeting guests are able to add Audio Conferencing attendees at any time. Going forward, the meeting service will require at least one authenticated user from the organizer’s company to be present in the meeting to allow adding another participant via dial-out.

Upgrade Audiocodes OVOC 7.4.328 to 7.6.143

AudioCodes One Voice Operations Center (OVOC) is a voice network management solution that combines management of voice network devices and quality of experience monitoring into a single, intuitive web-based application. Upgrading Download the right ISO from the Audiocodes site. Here’s the deeplink (link) Mount the ISO to the linux system in your Hypervisor. Login using Putty to the SSH shell with user acems and default password acems. Promote yourself to root with:

Error 0x800705b4 in Windows Update

Recently i was installing some new servers in my lab environment and ran in to this Windows Update error 0x800705b4. Fix the Windows Update issue Microsoft provides Windows Update troubleshooter which will detect the problem and (try) to fix it. Try using this method to fix the 0x800705b4 error. Type troubleshoot in Cortana/Search at the bottom left corner of desktop. Click Troubleshooting on the pop-up menu.

Move VMs between ESXi Hosts with SSH

Recently is had some issues with capacity and old server hardware. I created some new ESXi hosts and wanted to move the VMs to the new hosts. Below i will describe how i obtained this: Setup Access Start SSH and ESXi Shell on both servers, you can do this from the Web UI, Hosts > Actions > Services Now create the destination folder (mostly VM name) on the new ESXi host.

Setup OpenVPN server in 2 minutes

With this script you can setup a OpenVPN server within 2 minutes. I really want to give credits to the owner of the script, but i don’t have a clue who wrote this. `wget https://git.io/vpn -O openvpn.sh` Run the installer: `sudo bash openvpn.sh` You can also do this in one command: `sudo wget https://git.io/vpn -O openvpn.sh && bash openvpn.sh`