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Gwava Spam Guard: Enable TLS

This is a Linux box and there are few things which are not straight forward if it is not windows for a Microsoft pro. This is a hard process of a simple thing. Due to the increased requirement of security worldwide, my customer asked me to deploy TLS on their Spam Guard. This customer is using the Spam Guard name Gwava.
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Exchange 2016: Issues in Updating DPM 2012 Agent to SCDPM 2016 Agent

Since Microsoft SCDPM 2016 started supporting the Exchange Preferred Architecture so you might like to move you exchange DPM backup from SCDPM 2012 to 2016. While updating the Agent, I encountered an issue. Here is how I fixed it.
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Exchange 2016 on Windows 2016: No Deal Yet

Many users complain about IIS issues in the Microsoft forum with Exchange 2016 CU3 on Windows 2016.
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SCDPM 2016: Unable to Install

Recently I have deployed SCDPM 2016 and I got an error which I am updating here.
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System Center Data Protection Manager 2016 Deployment

Previously, I told you that DPM will not work with ReFS file system so don’t mix ReFS and DPM 2012 here. Microsoft released the System Center 2016 Data Protection manager on the 1st day of the Ignite 2016 Conference.

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Exchange 2016/2013: Domain Provisioning & Database Creation Automation

We all love PowerShell to do automation. It is always great to have a script which can pick up the details from an excel CSV file and do the rest.
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Exchange 2010 Supported for Multi-Forest Hybrid

Microsoft presented great Ignite event in Sept 2016. Let me clear the misunderstanding which came from Ignite 2016.
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Exchange 2013/2016: Calendar Federation Failed One Way

Last week I configured Calendar Federation between 2 Forest and 2 Exchange 2013 ORGs. From Org A to B calendar sharing was working but ORG B to A was not working. This blog covers, how did we fix this issue.
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ADFS: Don’t Use Same Server Name as Service FQDN

Active Directory Federation Service is one of the best innovation Microsoft did which allows to connect 2 forests without any Active Directory Trust.
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Exchange 2013 CU13: New DB Creation Can’t Mount without IS Restart

Microsoft Exchange Team has released the Exchange 2013 cumulative update 13 in Jun 2016. Here is an important update which is very important to know for our new database planning.
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Exchange 2013/2016: Calendar Sharing between 2 Orgs

This world is expanding big and today’s need is collaboration and many organizations are following it. This is increasing mergers and acquisitions which is resulting one company with multiple organizations. More »

Exchange: ReFS + DPM – Present & Future

This is the 20th anniversary year of Exchange and Microsoft has been recommending to use ReFS for Databases and logs. But when it comes to DPM, you need to ignore this recommendation until you get DPM 2016.
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Exchange 2010 to 2016: Mailbox Move – Undocumented Migration Error

Exchange 2016 is new but migrations are similar so you expect that you will face more or less the same errors or issues which you might have seen in the past.
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Exchange 2013/2016: Ease of Database Portability

Database Portability was introduced in Exchange 2010. It was a great innovation from Microsoft for Disasters or for the situation where your back up take much time and you decide to reduce the load on one server which will reduce the backup time of that server.
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Exchange 2016: Deny External Access to EAC

Security has been the key with this growing cyber-attack world. So my customer asked to block external ECP access. Here is how we implemented this.
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How to Remove a DAG Member in Exchange Server 2013 – A Worthy Solution

Sometimes while accessing Exchange Server 2013, end users may face a situation in which they have to remove one of the server from DAG in order to accomplish their tasks.
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Exchange 2016 Policy Tips

Microsoft Exchange offers a service called policy tips.
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Exchange Server and .Net Framework 4.6.1 or above: Is this thing on?

At Microsoft, there are different team who build or develop Exchange server, windows server and .net. So they start testing the compatibility after the beta release.
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