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Month: Jul 2020

For all those wondering what an Exchange 2019 Setup looks like on Windows Server 2019 Core, here is a snippet of what I did in my lab: If you look at the setup line, you will notice that there is a switch /InstallWindowsComponents and that is exactly what it is. Instead of copying that very […]

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Since CU13 for Exchange 2016 there has been no need to run the PrepareAD command. Running upgrades are pretty simple, provided you have an account that has the correct permissions. This is a common problem where upgrades don’t want to run because of permissions. The command to run is as follows: .\Setup.exe /Mode:Upgrade /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms Press […]

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