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Author: edward

As part of the migration to Exchange 2016 you might have to recover an Exchange 2010 member server or both if you have storage corruption or the VM’s OS has simply become unusable. Recovery is done and when you try add the member server/s back to the Database Availability Group (DAG), you presented with a […]

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In Exchange whether it is Exchange 2010 or 2016 or maybe even 2019, when you setup a Database Availability Group (DAG) requires Failover Cluster Manager to be installed and when the DAG is formed you can see it in Failover Cluster Manager. In normal circumstances your DAG members will come online after a reboot but […]

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When decommissioning Exchange 2010 Hub servers, you sometimes run into a small issue where you forget to remove the server from all your send connectors and you are presented with the error below: The error is self explanatory. Head over to the Exchange Management Console (EMC) -> Expand Organization Configuration and click on Hub transport. […]

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In Exchange, you may have come across WinRM errors, today we had a strange one, error 403. This error showed up on the Exchange Management Shell (EMS). First thing to check is the proxy settings on the server. If you head to IE and check the settings, it should show no proxy. If you go […]

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In this video on YouTube, we walk through doing an unattended Exchange 2019 CU4 installation. The following was done prior to the installation to ensure a shorter video: Download: Visual C++ 2013 Download: .NET Framework 4.8 Download: UCMA Runtime 4.0 Copy prerequisites to text file. Download Exchange 2019 CU4 from Visual Studio. Once downloaded, all […]

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