2015-09-16_01-03-03

New version of the Exchange Environment Report available now

Version 1.6.1 of the Exchange Environment Report is hot off the press and ready for download. New in this version… Added Exchange 2016 support Fixed issues with not showing latest Update Rollup Fixed issues with not showing latest CU Fixed bug detecting Autodiscover Service URI and added support for new Get-ClientAccessService command Removed option to…

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Exchange updates improve ActiveSync client migrations

Mobile devices are a pain point during a mail migration to Office 365, but a new Exchange Server feature promises to fix that. Although more organizations have started using mobile device management options, the majority of IT teams moving to Office 365 have to go through the pain of manually reconfiguring smartphones and tablets. Exchange…

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Publishing Exchange to the Internet Using Web Application Proxy – Part 2

In part two of my series on publishing Exchange to the Internet using WAP (Web Application Proxy) we configure Active Directory for Kerberos Delegation, then publish the paths to Exchange using our WAP server. Note that if you are doing this in a HA environment, the steps to enable Kerberos for your CAS array should…

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New MSExchange.org Tips: Storing Exchange Settings, and disabling SSL 2.0 in TMG

Every month I write a few articles for MSExchange.org’s Knowledge Base section. These are short tips and tricks that help you better manage your Exchange environment. The first new KB article is a handy tip I find useful on a regular basis – how to quickly store settings I think I might need and then…

Enabling Exchange ActiveSync’s Quarantine Features in an existing organization

One of my favourite features in Exchange 2010 and 2013 is the Exchange ActiveSync Quarantine. This great feature allows you, the administrator, to act as the gatekeeper to new mobile devices as end users attempt to add them to your organization. Traditionally though this feature can be tricky to implement into an existing organization without…