Monthly Archives: June 2004

Installing Exchange System Manager on Windows XP – Part II

  So there was already a great BLOG entry on this by Carol Swales What does it take to install admin only? and you are probably wondering “for cryin’ out loud, really how many entries do you need for installing … Continue reading

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More info on Shadow Copy in NT Backup vs. VSS/SIME

I have been neck deep in this topic for a couple weeks, so it is great that Nino Bilic (http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/06/25/166104.aspx) wrote about this.  It supports my assumptions, but I would also like to add the issues around VSS and 3rd party … Continue reading

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Updated RPC Over HTTP Paper

Here is another updated MS Whitepaper showing the updates from SP1 to Managed RPC/HTTPS. This was a post from Neil Hobson at http://hellomate.typepad.com/exchange/2004/06/updated_rpc_ove.html Microsoft has released an updated paper titled Exchange Server 2003 RPC over HTTP Deployment Scenarios. This guide … Continue reading

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Webcast – Migrating eRooms Windows File Services and Exchange Public Folders to SharePoint – Level 300

This is a good presentation that I particularly needed to find out how to migrate eRoom to Sharepoint. It seems like there might be tools in the works for this, but it left a lot of questions unanswered. I guess … Continue reading

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Exchange 2000 ACL Mechanism

Here is part 2 of the ACL information from Larry Osterman  http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/04/22/118377.aspx Exchange 2000 ACL mechanism This is part two of a three part series. See part one here. When we set out to design the Exchange 2000 NT ACLs, the biggest task … Continue reading

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ACL Conversion – Part 1

This was originally posted on http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/03/17/91454.aspx Exchange 5.5 Security When an Exchange client contacts the Exchange 5.5 store, the Exchange client specifies an Exchange DN to represent the user on the Exchange server.  The NT user’s account is validated to … Continue reading

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Exchange 2000 ACL conversion

http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/06/23/163895.aspx | Comments (This is a part 3 of the series. Go here for part one and here for part two) I’ve spent a far amount of time talking about how access rights work in Exchange 2000, and how they … Continue reading

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