Monthly Archives: April 2005

ISA 2004 & Exchange Server 2003

Thank you to my colleague Mike Baalman for posting this link to good information on using ISA 2004 and Exchange Server 2003 together.  http://www.microsoft.com/isaserver/solutions/exchange.mspx   Advertisements

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RUS Error

We ran into an issue today at a customer site as described below.  Come to find out that the Display Specifier lost much of it’s objects and running forestprep again will resolve this.  The issue is listed below as well … Continue reading

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Recipient Policies and pure Exchange 2000/2003 sites

Bill Long has posted another good article on Recipient Policies in a Pure AG over at EHLO.  Take a look… Once a site has no Exchange 5.5 servers in it, that old “Highest Priority” policy based on legacyExchangeDN isn’t needed anymore. … Continue reading

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Enable Remote Desktop Remotely!

Have you ever needed to connect to a Windows Server 2003 machine only to find out that Remote Desktop or TS is not configured or enabled?  Mitch Tulloch has a solution that is shown in detail at Windows Server Hacks: Remotely … Continue reading

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Scripting Exchange Part Two

MSExchange.org – Scripting Exchange Using VBScript and ADSI (Part 2) “The first part of my scripting series discussed ways of accessing and searching for Exchange objects such as users and contacts in Active Directory. This second part of the series … Continue reading

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Exchange 2003 Utilities Updated

A few of the Exchange Server 2003 utilities that Microsoft provides have been updated and published to the downloads area of their site. Exchange Server 2003 Jetstress Tool Exchange Server AUTD Binding Cleanup Exchange Server Load Simulator 2003 (LoadSim) Exchange … Continue reading

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Exchange Server User Monitor Tool

Microsoft has released another utility for our toolbox: the Exchange Server User Monitor Tool It must be installed on the Exchange Server you want to monitor users for and requires Exchange 2000 sp2 (or later) or Exchange 2003 sp1 (or … Continue reading

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