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Category: Exchange 2010

The UPS at my remote site went down taking down all servers. After bringing up the DC first and then Exchange, Exchange was giving event id 2601, 2604, 2501 every 15 minutes. I ran NLTest /DSGetSite from Powershell (you can use command prompt as well) and it gave the following: Default-First-Site-Name. This is correct so why […]

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Today I installed a new Anti-Virus product on my Exchange Servers, ESET. The nice thing with ESET is that it automatically sets exclusions as it detects what is installed, so on my servers Exchange, IIS and Windows Server exclusions were set. However, Microsoft recommends the following to be set on the exclusion list: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb332342.aspx  

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Important Note about Installing Exchange 2010 SP2: Exchange 2010 SP2 will update your existing schema by itself as part of the installation in the same way that Exchange 2010 SP1 did. Your account will need to be part of Enterprise/Schema Admins group to carry out the change. Let’s Upgrade Exchange to SP2: Navigate to the […]

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