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Category: Exchange 2019

Exchange Admins don’t always like patching and they say, well it’s working so why fix something that ain’t broken. Well, if you are on a CU earlier than CU15, you should really consider upgrading. CU14 and CU15 have a number of fixes in them but not only that, you need to apply the security patches […]

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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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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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If you work or manage clients in organizations that handle sensitive information like banks as an example, they might have a requirement to not allow users to download OWA attachments. You can set this company wide or you can create a new mailbox policy and assign it to certain users. In this example, we are […]

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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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