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Kris blogs from time to time on things she thinks folks might find useful. Enjoy!
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IIS7 Primer for Non IIS Gurus (Originally written for Exchange engineers)
IIS 7 Primer (for those accustomed to IIS 6) This "Primer" was condensed down from a week long IIS 7 class that I had the privilege of attending, which was delivered by Patty Stoy . You rock Patty ! Laura LaFleur assisted with development of this content. Thanks Laura ! And a BIG thank you to Courtney...
28 Nov 2012
Procdump: How to PROPERLY gather dump (.dmp) files for crashes and hangs, CPU spikes, etc, including gathering PERF data, for Exchange issues
Is your application crashing or hanging? Need to know why? Well, prodcump may be able to help you. Procdump is the newest thing around! You might remember adplus (eww!), well now its all about the Procdump! Procdump allows us to "dump" the contents of the memory at the time (hopefully) that the...
3 Oct 2012
PCNS Setup and Configuration for Live@Edu and O365 for Education
PCNS (Password Change Notification Service) Setup and configuration can be a little confusing, so in this blog post I will run through some of the basics This guide assumes that you have ILM (or FIM) working properly with your Live@edu (or O365 for Education) environment , since PCNS only delivers...
4 Nov 2010
Recommended Changes and Tweaks for Exchange Servers in an Enterprise Environment (whew!)
Wow, that was a mouthful!!! For my latest project, I decided to try to put together a list of various tweaks that I recommend for Enterprise environments that run Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 x64 or higher. Please remember that these are RECOMMENDATIONS , not hard and fast guidelines! YMMV, please...
28 Mar 2013
How to PROPERLY gather traces for Calendaring issues, including ExTra
To enable server side logging for an Organizer & Attendee(s), do the following: 1.Open Exchange Management Shell on the Organizer’s mailbox server. - you can use Start > Run to do this btw (by the way) a. The RUN box can be opened via Windows keyboard shortcuts as well - http:/...
4 Oct 2012
Controlling Outlook Autodiscover behavior
It has come to my attention recently that there is still a lot of confusion around Autodiscover , Outlook, and the way the two interact with one another. I'd like to try to clear some of that up by consolidating some of the information that I recently used to assist some of my own customers. Hopefully...
19 Apr 2013
ActiveSync Reporting with PowerShell - Users with a partnership and a list of their devices
This script was used by a colleague to gather information for licensing purposes. Since users can have more than one device partnership (which means its a multivalued attribute), and a user (in 2010, at least) can have a maximum of 10 partnerships, it was necessary to parse through that value so that...
1 Aug 2013
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