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A Wired article calls Exchange Server a security liability and it's hard to argue the case that the assertion is incorrect. Too many vulnerabilities, too many attacks, and an architecture that's creaking at the seams means that Exchange on-premises is at the end of its days.
Welcome to the first installment of Practical Protection. This week's focus is on Security Principles for your Exchange Environment.
Two Exchange Day-Zero Vulnerabilities have been revealed. The Microsoft Security Resource Center has published mitigations, but the issue raises questions once again about the wisdom of running on-premises Exchange Server unless you really must.
Microsoft finally introduced the fully-supported capability to remove your last Exchange Server and provided a cut-down set of PowerShell cmdlets that you can use to manage the Exchange Online-related attributes in your local Active Directory.
In this week's show, Paul and Steve discuss the new Apple Silicon version of Teams: It was here, now it isn't - why? Exchange Server receives security updates; with Facebook getting a bashing for their Metaverse contributions, will Mesh for Microsoft Teams ever see the light of day; and Exchange Online changes that might affect software you use. Plus - Sean McAvinue and Jason Jacobo join us to help answer the question - what did you leave behind in your migration?
On June 2, Microsoft made a bunch of announcements, including the future for Exchange Server, with a new version coming in 2025.
Read about ERAC an open-source, user-friendly GUI for managing Exchange-related attributes without Exchanger Server and PowerShell scripts.