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  • Blog Post: Exchange 2010 Tip Of The Day – 76 To 101

    For the final gripping chapter, here are tips #76 to 101 for your PowerShell pleasure! For the related articles in this series please see: Tips 1 – 25 Tips 26 - 50 Tips 51 – 75 Tip of the day #76: Exchange 2010 uses management role groups and management role assignment policies...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2010 Tip Of The Day – 51 To 75

    Here are the Exchange 2010 tips of the day from number 51 to 75. For the related articles in this series please see: Tips 1 - 25 Tips 26 – 50 Tips 76 - 101 Tip of the day #51: Want to determine whether a server is running Exchange Server 2010 Standard Edition or Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Edition...
  • Blog Post: Exchange RBAC Primer

    After publishing some recent articles on RBAC, there was some feedback that a primer on RBAC would also be welcomed. So here it is! What is RBAC? It is not Really Boring Access Control. RBAC = Role Based Access Control. As a concept it is not new , however Exchange 2010 was the first time that it has...
  • Blog Post: How To Automate NetMon Captures

    When troubleshooting various Exchange issues it can be very beneficial to get a network capture to look at the actual packets going over the wire. For example when looking at Outlook connectivity issues we can enable Outlook client logging and RPC Client Access Logging on the Exchange Server. Both are...
  • Blog Post: How To Check Database White Space In Exchange

    From time to time we need to see how our Exchange databases are doing so that they are being managed proactively.  One aspect is tracking size and the utilization of each database.  At the simplest level we want to ensure that the database and transaction log LUNs do not run out of disk space...
  • Blog Post: RSS Feed For Recently Updated Exchange Articles

    This could be a handy dandy addition to your RSS feed so you can keep track of the updated articles relating to Exchange.     The RSS feed contains a list of the recent KBs for a given version of Exchange, this is the Exchange 2010 feed for example:       Exchange 2007 feed...
  • Blog Post: ExMon – A Tool For Every Exchange Administrator

    Since it was first introduced the Exchange User Monitor (ExMon) tool is one of those outstanding Swiss army knife tools that are embedded in the Exchange administrator’s toolbox.  ExMon will allow administrators to see in almost real-time what the user activity on the server is, and how this impacts...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Support – Save The Date 8th April 2014

    Well it’s a year from today until a raft of products reach the end of their extended support window.   As they say in the boy scouts, better be prepared!   Please make sure that the 8th of April 2014 is in your calendar.   Outlook 2003 will transition out of extended support on 8th...