With an Office 365 business subscription, Microsoft provides a new service in order to make the migration easier: Import File. This service allows us to import PST files into Office 365 mailboxes with a web interface. For the moment, you can use it for free, but it will be available for purchase later in 2016.
However, if you try this function without prerequisites, you will get an error for each mailbox. On the status page, you will see this error: Please add Mailbox Import Export role for user running Import and check back in 60 minutes.
Status page import export error
Let’s see how to correct this error:
When you are deploying a “big” software update like KB2919355, with System Center Configuration Manager, you can have the error code 0x800f0821 on some computers.
The computer receives the update, downloads it and starts to install it but the installation will fail.
Installation failed 0x800f0821
This error is raised because the execution time was reached. Depends on computers and servers, you may or not have this error on all SCCM clients.
Let’s see how to change the configuration in SCCM.
If you try to setup IPAM, you can get an error during the provisioning IPAM server step.
“Provisioning IPAM has failed. Check inner exception for more details. Some or all identity references could not be translated”
IPAM Provisioning failed
This error is raised because you try to provision it on a Domain Controller. By design IPAM can not be installed on a DC.
On Technet, Microsoft writes:
An IPAM server is a domain member computer.
|You cannot install the IPAM feature on an Active Directory domain controller.
You could get more information here.
During the migration phase of SCCM 2007 clients to SCCM 2012 infrastructure, I had an issue with the Software Update Point: a lot of computers not reported their Software Update compliance and didn’t evaluated any new software updates.
After a troubleshooting, in the WUAhandler.log on client side, there was this error:
OnSearchComplete - Failed to end search job. Error = 0x80244022.
Scan failed with error = 0x80244022.