We’ve been virtualising Exchange Server 2007 since it was first released but this week Microsoft has announced their official support policies for virtualised Exchange environments. It is a bit heavy on the Hyper-V but also references the list of support partners for non-Microsoft hardware virtualisation. When I checked this earlier in the week VMWare was […]
Microsoft has released information for exam 70-660, TS: Windows Internals. This might be an odd sounding title to anyone who has never heard of Mark Russinovich or Sysinternals. From the MS Learning site: This exam validates deep technical skills in the area of Windows Internals. Including troubleshooting operating systems that are not performing as […]
A lot has been said in the Exchange community about the decision by Microsoft to remove (or not provide) Exchange Server 2007 awareness from the built-in backup utility shipped with Windows Server 2007. The MS Exchange Team blog explains that a little here : About 2 years ago, when the Exchange team started testing Exchange […]
The Microsoft Exchange Team Blog has released guidance for some of the most common Standby Continuous Replication issues. It discusses the following issues: Enable-StorageGroupCopyStatus -StandbyMachine reports error “Another standby continuous replication source is already configured…” SCR Target Log Files Fail to Truncate After the TruncationLagTime is Surpassed SCR does not replicate logs in a disjoint […]
Project Coconut is underway and the first bit of action is getting the environment up to the pre-requisites for Exchange Server 2007. The existing environment is Active Directory in Windows 2000 Native Mode, with Windows 2000 Server domain controllers, and an Exchange 2000 Server organisation also running on Windows 2000 Server member servers. Part 5 - Its mailbox migration time!
Project Coconut is underway and the first bit of action is getting the environment up to the pre-requisites for Exchange Server 2007. The existing environment is Active Directory in Windows 2000 Native Mode, with Windows 2000 Server domain controllers, and an Exchange 2000 Server organisation also running on Windows 2000 Server member servers. Part 4 - Configuring Standby Continuous Replication.
In some companies different departments or branch offices require different primary SMTP addresses. You can configure these for users with Email Address Policies. In this example the company wants all users to have an @company.com address, but each branch office’s users have a primary email address representing that branch. First we must make sure each […]