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Computer Migration - Things to Consider

Here are a few points which you can consider while doing computer migration. These points are applicable to all migrations irrespective of the migration tool (ADMT, NetIQ, Quest etc)

Active Directory User Migration

Here is a graphical representation of the high level steps involved in an Active Directory migration using ADMT

User Migration and Merging Using Quest Migration Manager

Pre-creating user account in the target domain is a common scenario these days due to single-sign-on solution, HR management procedure etc

Microsoft Right Management Service (RMS)

Rights Management Service (RMS) is an add-on to many RMS aware applications. In this article my main focus is to explain how we can utilize RMS technology with Exchange 2003 and how we can take advantage of RMS technology to increase the email security

Microsoft ISA Server

I am sure we have all either encountered or heard of this "problem" one time or another if the ISA Server is part of the Active Directory Domain. Is it a problem?

Showing posts with label Exchange 2007 Management Shell Quick Reference. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Exchange 2007 Management Shell Quick Reference. Show all posts

Monday, June 21, 2010

Exchange 2007 SP3 with support for Windows Server 2008 R2 Now Available

Exchange Server 2007 SP3 is available for download. This service pack enables Exchange 2007 to be installed on Windows Server 2008 R2 version of the operating system.  Also, with this SP3, Exchange 2007 management tools can be installed on Windows 7 machines.

Download Exchange 2007 SP3

Schema Changes

Exchange 2007 SP3 requires Schema changes even if you have the RTM version of Exchange 2010.  You can see these details on the following link:

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Identify Users Connecting to Exchange Server Using POP3

You can use the following 2 options to identify the POP3 users in an Exchange environment. 

1.    Enable diagnostic logging for the POP3svc service for authentications and connections. You will see the connection details in the event log. 

2.    Another option is to view pop connections under your pop SMTP virtual server which is located in Protocols ->  POP3 -> Default POP3 Virtual Server -> Current Sessions.

Also, a log file will be generated in the Exchange logging folder under POP3.

Monday, November 6, 2006

Exchange 2007 Management Shell Quick Reference


Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 introduces a new management platform called the Exchange Management Shell, based on Microsoft Windows® PowerShell, formerly codenamed "Monad". This topic provides a list of many frequently used cmdlets, important conventions, and useful tips. The information is presented by feature area, such as recipient, transport, and database administration.

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