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Month: October 2018

In Exchange 2016, you can harden access to the Exchange Admin Center (EAC) by creating a rule/s in IIS. To do this you will need to add an additional feature to IIS called “IP and Domain Restrictions”. This can be done from Server Manager and selecting “Add Roles and Features” as shown below: Once installed, […]

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In Exchange 2016, after you have done your installation and all says successful, you login to the Exchange Management Shell and are presented with the following error: Rebooting the server does not help. Checked the PowerShell virtual directory and Basic plus Windows Integrated Authentication was set to $True. Lastly, you need to check your bindings […]

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In one of my previous posts we covered installing Exchange Server 2019 on Windows Server 2016/2019 Full desktop, in this article we will cover installing Exchange Server 2019 on Windows 2019 Core. In Azure, Microsoft have the preview OS available for Server 2019 where I installed this. The basics are the same, In Azure you […]

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In my test environment, I have multiple versions of Exchange, Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016. Exchange 2010 and 2013 log event ID 2080 for the Topology with no errors. All Domain controllers are visible and can be contacted, however a strange error seems to be happening on the Exchange 2016 Servers. Event ID 2080 is […]

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