Exchange 2013

Exchange Server 2013 Preview – Part 3: How to configure site URL’s, Databases and Outlook Anywhere

I suppose you already have, but if you haven’t read my previous parts in this Exchange 2013 serie, have a look at the links below. Part 1: Complete guide of how to perform the installation Part 2: How to do the Basic configuration This part will include details on how the configuration could be made for Site URL’s/Virtual Directories, Databases, Outlook Anywhere and MAPI vs RPC over HTTPs together with connecting using Outlook 2013. In the previous part we did install the certificate which included the following names, so we…

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Exchange 2013

Exchange Server 2013 Preview – Part 2: How to do the Basic configuration

If you haven’t read it already, I did post a complete guide for installing Exchange 2013, it can be found here. That was part 1, now it’s time for part 2. Which of course is the configuration of the server setup. We have lots of changes between how you configured Exchange 2007/2010 and 2013. First thing is that Exchange Management Console is gone and replaced by a refreshed ECP called Exchange Admin Center (EAC), built on Silverlight (I suppose). The “old” Exchange Management Shell (EMS) is still there, so I…

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Exchange 2013

Exchange Server 2013 Preview – Part 1: Complete guide of how to perform the installation

Since Exchange Server 2013 beta was released yesterday I’m glad to announce that my first installation is done and here’s a complete walkthrough. My setup is basic, using one server as domain controller, Windows 2008 R2. Initially for Exchange I’m using 3 servers, 1 server for the CAS role and 2 servers for the Mailbox role. There are some prerequisites that need to be installed/removed before the installation of Exchange can take place. Note: It’s now recommended to install the Mailbox server first. So I’m starting with that server. Step…

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Exchange 2013, Lync 2013, Office 2013

#Office15 Wave Whats new

I did listen to Microsoft’s announcement for Wave 15 Here are some short directly from the webcast Office 2013 will integrate directly with Skydrive and Skype, it looks really interesting at Windows 8 and all those really nice integrations if you ask me. Lync Server 2013 is available for preview download here Exchange Server 2013 is available for preview download here Exchange Server 2013 What’s new online help Exchange 2013 will not support a coexistence between Exchange 2003 and 2013, so all customers that has Exchange 2003 really needs to…

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Exchange 2010

Traditional Backups using DPM 2012 for Exchange 2010 SP2

Last week I posted how to restore using EMC, this time it’s up to proof that DPM 2012 (System Center Data Protection Manager) is a software to count on. So here’s a step-by-step guide how DPM 2012 can be configured for backing/protecting Exchange 2010. I’m using a Windows 2008 R2 for the DPM server together with a 50 GB disk for the backup data (I have small Exchange databases). Start “System Center 2012 DPM Administrator Console”. Prerequisites Note: Make sure to not use circular logging, or else the protection/backups won’t…

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Exchange 2010

Exchange 2010 Restore to Recovery Database using EMC Networker

Published: 2012-07-05 Updated: – Version: 1.0 Here’s a complete step-by-step guide for doing restore using EMC Networker for Exchange 2010. Personally I’ve used these steps when doing restore of end user mailbox and/or items that has been lost. Start up “Networker User for Microsoft Applications”, right click Recover and select “Exchange 2010 Recover Session” and select “Database Recover”. Make sure that the Client selection is pointed to the DAG or specific server. After a while it will show Microsoft Exchange 2010 and the databases below, right click the database you…

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