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In one of my previous posts we covered installing Exchange Server 2019 on Windows Server 2016/2019 Full desktop, in this article we will cover installing Exchange Server 2019 on Windows 2019 Core. In Azure, Microsoft have the preview OS available for Server 2019 where I installed this. The basics are the same, In Azure you […]

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In my test environment, I have multiple versions of Exchange, Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016. Exchange 2010 and 2013 log event ID 2080 for the Topology with no errors. All Domain controllers are visible and can be contacted, however a strange error seems to be happening on the Exchange 2016 Servers. Event ID 2080 is […]

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In your Exchange 2016 environment, you might have noticed the following Event (Event ID 9646) being logged: Mapi session (redacted) with client type MoMT exceeded the maximum of 32 objects of type Session To resolve this issue, you can create a registry key on the server and then restart the Exchange Information Store. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeIS\ParametersSystem\Maximum Allowed […]

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As an Exchange Admin, the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) is probably something you work on all day. Like any other day, you launch the EMS and are presented with lengthy error but can still work. Can’t generate Export-Module for the current session using Import-PSSession A simple way in my case to fix this was to […]

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Microsoft released July windows updates and a customer recently patched there servers, however the affected KB was still in the list. After a successful installation, everything seem to be okay. After the reboot, the Edge and Transport services on the HUB servers did not start automatically. Starting them worked fine but after a short while, […]

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**You can now install .NET 4.7.2 when you upgrade to CU11 for Exchange 2016, it is not a requirement though for installation** Exchange and .NET Framework, this is a common subject that comes up a lot, across many forums. Exchange in general works with “most” versions of .NET Framework, however you get releases like .NET […]

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Exchange Server 2019 Public Preview is still very new and yes it probably contains some errors/problems that should be addressed before the full release is issued. In my lab, I came across the following error which is strange as the Server is pretty straight forward, no AV or Firewall enabled at stage of deployment. A […]

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Microsoft released Exchange Server 2019 Public Preview a few days ago, in this article we will go through the full Install with all prerequisites. This installation was done in a new domain without any previous versions of Exchange Installed. This is a step-by-step install guide to install the preview build of Exchange 2019 Public Preview, […]

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For many the anticipated wait for Exchange 2019 Public Preview has finally launched. You can now install Exchange on Windows 2019 Server core and also on the GUI. To learn more about the new features in Exchange Server 2019, head over to the Exchange Team Blog below: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/exchange/2018/07/24/exchange-server-2019-public-preview/ You can download the preview here Take […]

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