Archive - December 2014

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How to Troubleshoot Exchange 2010 OAB
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How To Configure Cross Premise Free/Busy
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How to Update Exchange 2013
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Why Your Business Needs a Backup & Disaster Recovery Plan
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How To Recover an Exchange 2013 Database

How to Troubleshoot Exchange 2010 OAB

The offline address book can be a beast to troubleshoot. I have found success many times by following a procedure that I have pieced together. My hope is that it proves helpful to others that run into similar issues. These are the steps I follow when troubleshooting OAB issues for Exchange 2010 environments. Check the following for misconfigurations: How is the[…]

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How To Configure Cross Premise Free/Busy

With the way things are going there may be very few on premise mailboxes left in a few years. I was recently asked to help setup Exchange federation of free/ busy calendar information between an on premises Exchange 2010 environment and a company that is hosted in Office 365. You too may one day find[…]

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How to Update Exchange 2013

Updating Exchange 2013 can be a messy experience if not done correctly. You can end up with a data loss or server down issue. I have created this procedure that I and my team use when we update the Exchange Servers that we administer. High Level Overview This walkthrough will cover updating a DAG member[…]

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Why Your Business Needs a Backup & Disaster Recovery Plan

What do you think of when you hear the word disaster? Most of us would imagine a fire, storm, earthquake, or even a large-scale security breach, but a disaster for your company can be anything that interrupts your daily business operations, including something as seemingly insignificant as a power outage. Any event that can cause[…]

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How To Recover an Exchange 2013 Database

Recovery Database – Exchange 2013 I had a situation in which my client had lost an Exchange Server and it wasn’t recoverable. They also lost a Database in the mix up and we had to recover the DB from Tape. This posting is the process I went through to recover the data and have it[…]

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