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Exchange Server 2016 – Configuring DAG Network Adapters

How to configure the network adapter to support a DAG implementation using Exchange Server 2016. The DAG can be used with a single adapter however, using two network adapters is…

Getting Exchange Server numbers with PowerShell

In this Tutorial we are going over a few cmdlets to get the number of Exchange Server in your Exchange Organization. Solution I’m often asked about number of servers when…

How to delete a VM that is being protected by Azure Site Recovery

In this Tutorial we are going over the process to force a deletion of a VM in System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 when it has been protected with…

How to Remove an Exchange Server using ADSIEdit.msc

In some cases, an Exchange server can be beyond recover, and no longer necessary, and for this kind of situation the administrator may use ADSIEdit.msc to remove the server that…

Solving DataMoveReplicationConstraint when moving large mailboxes

During a transition in one of my customers, when trying to move a large mailbox between Exchange Server 2010 servers, the following error was being displayed, and the move process…

How to display SMTP info on Outlook Web App

In the users’ options there is a place that provides information to the end-user how to connect using legacy protocols, such as SMTP, POP and IMAP. Solution If you are…

POP3 Server is not accepting connections

How to solve the issue where the POP3 services are running however the server is not accepting connections from external clients. In some cases, a telnet on 110 port starting…

System Center Configuration Manager – Collocated SQL Server installation

How to configure configure a SQL Server 2014 SP1 to support a SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) collocate deployment. There are several strategies around SQL Server deployment for System Center…

VMM Error 27235 – An unknown error occurred while executing the PowerShell script

How to solve the event ID 27235 on VMM (System Center Virtual Machine Manager). Solution In my customer the environment was working just fine, and on a Wednesday morning the…

Managing features at Network Adapter level using PowerShell

Using PowerShell to manage features at network adapter level, the tasks that we are going over on this Tutorial may be required when managing a larger number of servers, using…