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Month: December 2017

In your Exchange 2010 environment, you may be performing DAG fail-overs to perform maintenance etc. but sometimes it doesn’t always work as you want it to. When you initiate the fail over either from PowerShell or the Exchange Control Panel, you might encounter the following error Below is the command used: Move-ActiveMailboxDatabase -Server MBX1 -ActivateOnServer […]

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In your Exchange Environment, whether it be a 2010 or higher version, you probably are planning on setting up a DAG. While we not going to go through the setup of creating the DAG, one of the important parts is ensuring you have Quorum and you can do so by setting up a File Witness […]

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In your Exchange 2010 Environment, you may be performing Rollup Upgrades from time to time to fix certain issues in previous Rollups or just moving to the latest version Microsoft provides. While this is a pretty straight forward installation, you do need to ensure that you follow the correct steps in applying it. I strongly […]

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In your Exchange 2010 or 2013 Environment, you might have a called logged by a user/s whereby they cannot add in new mailbox rules within outlook or when you are saving a rule you come across the following error: One or more rules could not be uploaded to Exchange server and have been deactivated. This […]

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Within your Exchange 2010 SP3 environment, you might be carrying out Rollup installation tasks, going from one Rollup to the next or installing a brand new server with the latest Rollup. We hope that installations go smooth but sometimes you run into a problem as we will show below, this is just one of many […]

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