I first heard about this tool at Tech-Ed back in October. The Exchange Server Remote Connectivity Analyzer (ExRCA) tool is a neat online tool which allows Exchange Administrators to test and validate various aspects of their Exchange , including for example, Exchange 2003 RCP over HTTP. The tool currently provides the following tests: Microsoft Exchange […]
Exchange 2007 enables much better memory utilization than Exchange 2003 due to its 64-bit architecture. Because of the virtual address space limitations of a 32-bit platform, Exchange 2003 is limited to using 4 GB or less of physical memory. The memory configuration process for the Mailbox role is more involved than the other roles since […]
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If you are connected to Live Messenger 24 hours a day like I am, you are undoubtedly annoyed by those ads down the bottom that pop-up and make a noise if your mouse cursor happens to go anywhere near them.. A simple way to get rid of them is with APatch (www.apatch.org). Download it, run […]
Microsoft have announced the release of Office Communications Server 2007 R2. Customers will be able to purchase the release, currently in private beta testing, beginning in February 2009. A few of the new features are: Dial-in audioconferencing Desktop sharing Persistent group chat Attendant console and delegation APIs and Visual Studio integration For more info, click […]
I came across this issues on a ISA 2006 proxy server the other day. Basically, if you are logging to a MSDE database you may experience high memory usage by SQL server because the amount of physical memory that is allocated for SQL Server is not limited by default. It is possible to limit the […]
Err.. yeah.. so, there you are, you need to copy something from your apple mac to your external disk, but it wont allow you.. the disk is not full and it works perfectly on windows.?? I recently encountered this problem, the drive was formatted as NTFS (and why wouldn’t it be?) turns out macs can […]
Anyone who has played around with server 2008 and hyper-v would have noticed that you are not able to bind a virtual network to a wireless network adapter and more than likely (although i have not personally tested it) a 3g or other mobile broadband card. I guess the reason for this is that most […]