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Having multiple sites I look after and having Exchange 2010 running in each site the last thing you want to do is backup a corrupted Exchange 2010 Database. The nice thing with DPM is that you can run ESEUTIL and this ensures that everything on the Database is in a good state. If you don’t want […]

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Today I downloaded DPM 2012 SP1. I ran the installation only to find out that DPM 2012 installed was the BETA version, you can check the version number here: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/4058.list-of-build-numbers-for-system-center-data-protection-manager-dpm-en-us.aspx There is no direct upgrade path from BETA to RTM unless you install RC first and this is normally only available for MS Tap Customers. […]

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Today I installed a new Anti-Virus product on my Exchange Servers, ESET. The nice thing with ESET is that it automatically sets exclusions as it detects what is installed, so on my servers Exchange, IIS and Windows Server exclusions were set. However, Microsoft recommends the following to be set on the exclusion list: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb332342.aspx  

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After doing SP1 beta update for SCCM 2012 i still had no reports showing. I went and checked the SSRS log and found the following error in the log file: The request failed with HTTP status 401: Unauthorized. SMS_SRS_REPORTING_POINT (!) SRS not detected as running SMS_SRS_REPORTING_POINT Failures reported during periodic health check by the SRS […]

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Today while busy with SCCM and SCOM 2012 installations the feature Dotnetframework 3.5 needs to be installed. Initially by selecting the feature and choosing install it fails at 50%. Quick fix is the point to an alternative location and choose the DVD where the files are located and add the following: D:sourcessxs or your drive […]

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Recently I installed Exchange 2013 Preview, very interesting that you don’t have a console which I think a lot of people are going to miss. The install is pretty straight forward with 16 steps to complete of which step 14-16 take the longest. Last night I received an email from MS that the release-to-manufacturing version is now available for evaluation. I’m going to […]

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