Microsoft has acknowledged a known issue with Windows Server 2016 and Exchange Server 2016, and has advised not to deploy this configuration for now.
In Exchange Server the Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus cmdlet may return the wrong activation preference value for a database copy.
When moving an Exchange 2013 mailbox to a database that is excluded from provisioning you receive an error.
A critical issue has been reported with the behavior of litigation hold in Exchange Server 2013 and Office 365.
New bugs have appeared in Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 6 impacting Hybrid customers.
A hotfix is available for Exchange 2013 CU6 database crashes/failovers in Exchange 2007 co-existence environments.
Whinging about UAC is for wimps, this is a real Windows Vista annoyance.
1. Open Windows Explorer and navigate through the folder tree in the left pane (eg, navigate to C:Temp)
2. Drag and select one or more files or folders in the right pane that you would like to delete
3. Hit delete
Windows Vista wants to delete the Temp folder that you had last selected in the left pane, not the files or folders you just selected in the right pane. Windows XP or Server 2003 would delete the files you had selected in the right pane.
This feature was stinging me about once a week when I first started using Vista. Now it catches me out far less often, but it is still very annoying when it does. Even more annoying is if you are being reckless and hit Yes (the default answer) without really reading the dialog, or are using Shift + Del to bypass the Recycle Bin, or are deleting files from a network drive (when Recycle Bin does not come into play).
Its a very annoying feature, but luckily it won’t be a problem for me any longer.