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In one of my training sessions, I showed the teams that the Exchange Admin Center basically is PowerShell with a nice interface. In Exchange 2010, the logging is automatically captured but in Exchange 2016 and 2019, you need to first open the window for it to capture. Not that I use the EAC often as […]

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With Exchange 2013/2016 or 2019, installing updates from the command line is simple and pretty much the same. You will use the same command as per below to do the upgrade: .\Setup.exe /Mode:Upgrade /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms What you will notice is just the difference in roles or services that are upgraded. For example, Exchange 2019 does not […]

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