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    Stephen McMillan

    @Angie So, any chance it'll be available for the older generation apple tv?

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    Stephen McMillan

    Good morning,

    I just passed my 70-412 guide last Friday (partly due to ITPro.TV so thanks for that). ;-) I am looking to start studying for the 70-413 exam next, on track to get my MCSE. Do you have any recommendations for a study guide and lab manual? I've googled a bit for them but most don't have very many comments or good reviews. Also, are there any guides on how to configure a lab environment for this exam? I believe I would have enough resources to host the required virtual machines, just not sure exactly how to configure them. Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Stephen

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    Stephen McMillan

    Hello,

    In one of the 70-412 videos, specifically related to failover hyper-v clustering or hyper-v replica setup, Mike and Don mentioned a way to have a failover hyper-v exist in two different subnets (with two disparate IP address schemes) but allow the hyper-v VM's to continue using the IP address from the first subnet. I think they mentioned using a GRE tunnel. I was looking to see if they had any more information on setting this up. We have a few machines that we would like to do this on and I'm not sure of the exact implementation of this technology. Any help you can give with this topic will be most helpful.

    Thanks,

    Stephen

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    Stephen McMillan

    Hello,

    I looked at the content for 70-413 & 70-414 courses and noticed that there are no vLabs listed. Are there plans to put up vLabs for these two courses. These are next on my agenda to take after I pass my 70-412 exam next Wednesday afternoon (all kinds of confidence here). ;-) Anyway, I would love to have access to these labs as they have technology that I'm not familiar with yet, like system center configuration manager and virtual machine manager. Just curious.

    Thanks,

    Concerned ITPro.TV Citizen.

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    Stephen McMillan

    Hello,

    I know you guys have an app on the Roku but are there plans to offer an app for the new Apple TV for streaming? This would be a great feature for those of us who already have a media streaming device.

    Thanks,

    Concerned ITPro.TV Citizen. ;-)

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    Stephen McMillan

    Good morning,

    We are looking to setup a three node PKI infrastructure, all running Server 2012 r2: Standalone Root CA (not in the domain) and 2 Enterprise Subordinate CA's (in the same domain. We already have the root CA and one of the enterprise CA's deployed and it's working great. We would like to add a 2nd enterprise CA so that when the first enterprise CA is not available it can still respond to certificate requests; however, I'm not able to find much online documentation for doing such a thing. The 2 enterprise CA's would essentially be at the same level on the domain and when both are running, either one could respond to requests. Can you provide me with any documentation on doing this or have any steps/recommendations for accomplishing this task?

    Thanks,

    Steve

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    Stephen McMillan

    Thanks guys. We'll see how it goes. Taking the 70-411 exam in about 2 hours from now. Definitely want to thank ITPro.TV for the excellent resources during my study times.

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    Stephen McMillan

    Hello,

    I'm fairly new to ITPro.TV and so far am enjoying the material. One question that I have is that during the episodes, specifically MCSA Server 2012 R2 (70-411) in this case, Don and the other hosts keep referring to a guide that looks to be detailed exam objectives. I tried looking for these on the website as well as looking at the weblink on the video. Is this something that subscribers have access to or is it internal to ITPro.TV? Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Steve

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