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Month: September 2017

In Exchange, not only Exchange 2016, you have 2 kinds of licensing, Standard and Enterprise. Each one has its limitations but when you are planning your Database Availability Group requirements ensure you choose correctly. Let’s take a look at what you get in these 2 options: Enterprise Edition can scale to 100 mounted databases per […]

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Scenario: Exchange 2016 ECP/EAC Page is blank after logging in and the Exchange Management Shell giving errors when opening. Recently we upgraded our Exchange 2016 Lab Server to CU7 from CU6. The installation ran fine, it did do an Organizational Prepare on Step 1 and the installation went through without issue. After the reboot, launching […]

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There may come a time when you have been requested to provide HR or your manager a list of mailboxes and their creation dates. This is a simple task to do, lets jump right to it. Firstly, launch the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) and enter in the following command: Get-Mailbox * | Select-Object Name,whenMailboxCreated You […]

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Exchange 2013 has a feature called “Managed Availability”, it is a built-in monitoring system in Exchange. A quick overview as per the Technet site regarding Managed Availability: Managed availability, also known as Active Monitoring or Local Active Monitoring, is the integration of built-in monitoring and recovery actions with the Exchange high availability platform. It’s designed to detect and […]

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