When updating Exchange (either to a whole new release, or most times even for a Service Pack) you have to prepare your AD first. Especially in an environment with multiple domain controllers you should perform a Schema Upgrade before running the actual setup of Exchange. Before continuing with the Setup it’s recommended to check if…
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Exchange 2010 ActiveSync – HTTP 500 Internal Server Error – DeviceNotProvisioned_Mbx
Upgrade Windows Server 2008 R2 Editions
Exchange Management Console – Initialization failed
Setup cannot use domain controller ‘dcname.fqdn’ because an override is set in the registry. Run Setup again, and specify ‘/DomainController:
Get Exchange Schema, Organization and Domain Version with Powershell. Also for multiple DC’s at once.
Using a ‘Covering Window’ to hide areas on normal Windows
Using Get-Credential in PowerShell for easier credential handling.
Icinga or Nagios can be easily used to monitor Windows Performance Counters. This is quite useful, because the most “monitor-relevant” information from Windows Systems is available through Performance Counters. So, let’s start. First we’ll do the Windows-Part. Grab a copy of NSClient++ (Thanks a lot to Michael Medin for his great work on this AddOn)…
How to get network connectivity with Windows Mobile Device Emulator on Windows 7