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27
Mar

What Does “Supported” Mean to Microsoft?

There are a few words Microsoft likes to use in several different situations. “Federated” is a great example of this. Federated can mean several different things in the Microsoft...
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17
Sep

Exchange 2010 Site Disaster Recovery on a Shoestring! Part 2: Navigating the Failover Process

 In Part 1 of this series I explained how to build a low cost site or datacenter disaster recovery solution using Microsoft Exchange’s new DAG feature. In this article, I will...
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29
Jul

Exchange Server 2010 Deployment Assistant

  Exchange Server 2010 Deployment Assistant If you are considering upgrading to Microsoft Exchange 2010, you should really check out the Exchange server Deployment Assistant. This...
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22
Jun

The ESE Consultants’ Corner: Third Edition

Hello and welcome to the Third edition of the Consultants’ Corner. In this edition, I will address some of the questions that have reached me through “I have heard that. . .”...
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25
May

ESE Consultants’ Corner: Second Edition

Hello, this is Mahmoud Magdy back again to bring you the second edition of the ESE Consultants’ Corner. Since our first edition was so popular, I wanted to expand our second...
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30
Mar

All for one and one for all: The key to a successful Office Communications Server Deployment

One of the key factors to ensuring a successful Exchange/OCS deployment is that the certificates and DNS configurations must be setup correctly. I can say that more than 90% of...
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02
Mar

Understanding Exchange 2010 Storage Architecture: Part 3

In Part 1 of this series, we reviewed the Microsoft’s ESE (Extensible Storage Engine), and discussed the new storage enhancements that were introduced in Exchange 2010. In Part 2,...
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30
Aug

Things that can be missed in Exchange 2007 migration planning…

By AdminESE Saturday, August 30th, 2008 Let’s be honest – Exchange 2007 is a beast of a product, and indeed potentially a bigger leap in redesign than the jump from Exchange 5.5...
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