Changes in msExchCurrentServerRoles in Exchange 2013 and its impact on a disaster recovery scenario

Hello All , and welcome to another topic , where we are going to discuss the architectural changes in Exchange 2013 in comparison to exchange 2007 or 2010 . We are going to focus on the disaster recovery scenario, which obviously is quiet simple, if everything goes well. Caution : … Continue reading

How to Install Exchange Server 2013 – Active Directory Design Continued …..

In this blog we will be installing Exchange Server 2013 in an Active Directory Site Re-designed. If you already have an Active Directory which has Exchange Server 2010 with improper design. Plan to fix it before deploying Exchange Server 2013, since AD Sites and Services plays a major role for … Continue reading

How to Install Exchange Server 2013 – Active Directory Design

In this blog post we will be exploring some best practices on how to design Active Directory for introducing Exchange Server 2013. Ever since Exchange 2000 was introduced I have seen in my past experience many people design active directory by placing all Domain Controllers in Default-First-Site-Name. This in turn … Continue reading

How to Upgrade DAG Members In Exchange Server 2010 Part-1

  Lets now get our selves well versed in upgrading the DAG nodes. In this post we will see how to upgrade the DAG nodes from exchange 2010 sp1 to Exchange 2010 sp2   For this post i would consider that i have 2 member DAG named Node 1 and … 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