Exchange 2013 Public Folder Management – Part 2

In part one we learnt on how to create public folder in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. In this blog we will be learning how to create sub folders, manage permission and also enabling folders as mail enabled. Points to remember Public Folder is not available directly for Outlook Web App … Continue reading

Exchange 2013 Public Folder Management – Part 1

In this blog series we will be exploring the Next Generation Public Folder. Yes, that’s Public Folder in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. Managing public folder was always a pain area for almost all Administrators if they are involved in Migration project. Rumors were made that Microsoft will move public folder … Continue reading

How to Enable Active Directory Recycle Bin in Windows Server 2012

In this blog post we will learn how to Enable Active Directory Recycle Bin in Windows Server 2012. In the previous blog we learnt step by step method on Enabling the feature in Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain. To know more about the feature and the steps performed in Windows … Continue reading

How to Install Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 on Windows Server 2012

In this blog post we will be exploring Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Setup on a Windows Server 2012 Member server. Minimum Permission Requisites The account with which we are going to install Exchange Server 2013 should be a member of Enterprise Admins Group and Schema Admins Group. Scenario Domain Name … Continue reading

Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Domain Services Step by Step Installation

In this blog post we will be learning on how to Promote Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Services. Ever since Windows 2000 Server was released way back in year 2000 we learnt Active Directory and its feature. As time passed many changes were made in Windows Server 2003 and 2008. … Continue reading

Cached Exchange Mode – Microsoft Outlook 2010

Microsoft Exchange Server Performance is one of the critical issue which Engineers might have dealt with. Dealing with such issues requires patience and collecting too many data to diagnose the root cause. Why Exchange Server Behaves sluggish? What changes might have caused Exchange Server to respond slowly? This blog post … Continue reading

How to Disable Microsoft Outlook 2010 PST Creation feature using Group Policy

So far we have learnt how to Install Microsoft PST Capture Tool in a four part series. In this blog we will learn how to disable PST Creation feature so that end users will start using Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Online Archive feature. Before we begin Working knowledge on Active … Continue reading

How to Install Microsoft PST Capture Tool – Part 3

In this blog post we will learn on how to perform PST files search which is located on individual client machines. Before We Begin Caution : This operation might cause network traffic in peak hours. Recommended is to perform the search in off peak hours or in the weekend to … Continue reading

How to Install Microsoft PST Capture Tool – Part 2

In this blog post we will be learning on how to configure various settings on PST Capture Console so that we can perform a search and start Importing emails to production mailbox server. Before We Begin First we have to ensure that our setup has completed successfully. To do that … Continue reading

How to Install Microsoft PST Capture Tool – Part 1

In this blog post we will be learning on how to setup PST capture tool from a centralized location and import them to production mailboxes on Exchange Server 2010 SP2. Managing recipients is always a challenge for Administrators. With a growing number of email messages on a daily basis. Keeping … Continue reading

Active Directory Best Practices Analyzer in Windows Server 2008 R2

In this blog post we will be learning about how we can save our valuable time by scanning our Active Directory Environment using Best Practices Analyzer tool. As we all are aware that Exchange Best Practices Analyzer tool is one of the best tool which Exchange Administrators use as and … Continue reading

How to Restore Deleted Active Directory Object using LDP.exe in Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain.

In the previous article we learnt on how to enable Active Directory Recycle Bin and also we learnt on how to Restore deleted objects using Shell. To know on how to enable Recycle Bin please click here. In this second part blog post we will walk you through the steps … Continue reading

How to Enable Active Directory Recycle Bin in Windows Server 2008 R2 and How to Restore Single Deleted Object using Shell.

Before we begin The account with which we are going to perform this steps must be a member of Domain Admins and Enterprise Admins Group. The Forest Functional level should be Windows Server 2008 R2. Best Practices It is always recommended to have a proper system state backup. To know … Continue reading

How to Restore Deleted Active Directory Objects in Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2008 R2 Domains

In this blog post we will be learning on how to restore deleted objects which was deleted accidentally. In the past we have to restore system state backup by either performing Authoritative or Non Authoritative Restore. For more Information on Authoritative and Non-Authoritative Restore please check the TechNet article here. … Continue reading