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Exchange Server 2010 Native Data Protection - Part 2
- Vladimir Meloski Sep 27, 2011
Email Item Retention does not allow for the recovery of items deleted from the Recoverable Items folder. Today we see how this issue is addressed using the new Exchange 2010 Single Item Recovery functionality. Read more...
Exchange Server 2010 Native Data Protection - Part 1
- Vladimir Meloski Jun 07, 2011
Exchange Server 2010 brings new features that allow companies to protect their emails without performing any backups. These features introduce the concept known as Exchange Native Data Protection, formerly known as Backup-less Exchange Organization. Read more...
Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server Backup and Restore Part3
- Vladimir Meloski Mar 29, 2011
Today we complete our walkthrough the process of backing up and restoring data from an Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server using the Windows Backup included in Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2. We restore a mailbox, a mailbox database and mailbox server. Read more...
Datacenter Activation Coordination (DAC) mode - Part 1
- Tariq M. Jaber Feb 24, 2011
Today we discuss Datacenter Activation Coordination, and see how this is used to prevent mounting a mailbox database that is currently active and mounted at another Database Availability Group (DAG) member. In other words, preventing the split brain syndrome. Read more...
Active Manager – The Exchange 2010 High Availability Brain
- Tariq M. Jaber Jan 04, 2011
In this Article I’ll talk about the Active Manager which is a role running on each mailbox server in Exchange 2010. It performs database operations on Database Availability Group (DAG) members and checks the Active Directory topology on each mailbox server. Read more...
Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server Backup and Restore Part2
- Vladimir Meloski Dec 16, 2010
Today we continue our walkthrough the process of backing up and restoring data from an Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server using the Windows Backup included in Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2. In this part we focus on restoring a deleted email item. Read more...
Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server Backup and Restore Part1
- Vladimir Meloski Dec 09, 2010
Today we start an article series describing the process of backing up and restoring data from an Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server using the Windows Backup included in Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2. In this part we discuss the Backup procedure. Read more...
Guess Who is Cheating Email Retention
- Alexander Zammit Nov 18, 2010
A retention policy determines the length of time emails are to be saved before final deletion. However enforcing the policy without leaving gaps may be trickier than expected. Today we look at how many Organizations fail to apply the policy to all their emails. Read more...
Exchange 2010 Database Availability Group (DAG)
- Tariq M. Jaber May 25, 2010
In this article we will explain the new Exchange 2010 high availability feature; Database Availability Group (DAG). An overview, how it works and how to deploy a highly available Exchange 2010 environment. Read more...
Exchange 2007 Standby Continuous Replication - Configuration & Testing
- Tariq M. Jaber Jan 14, 2010
In this article we will explain Standby Continuous Replication (SCR); an overview, how it works and how to enable it. We finally test SCR by moving the Exchange service to the disaster recovery (DR) site. Read more...
Overview of Exchange 2007 Cluster Continuous Replication
- Kenneth Spiteri Nov 10, 2009
This article intends to give you an overview of Cluster Continuous Replication; a high availability feature introduced in Exchange 2007. We’ll look at what CCR is, the benefits of implementing it and the requirements. Read more...
An Introduction to Exchange 2007 Backup and Recovery (Part 2)
- Kenneth Spiteri Jul 09, 2009
Today we focus on Exchange recovery, using the Windows Backup Utility (ntbackup.exe), recovering mailboxes and mailbox items, restoring an LCR database, as well as highlighting some points for planning and preventing a disaster. Read more...
An Introduction to Exchange 2007 Backup and Recovery (Part 1)
- Kenneth Spiteri Jun 23, 2009
Today we take a look at the different types of backup available, what and when to backup, Exchange 2007 Local Continuous Replication, as well as a demo of how to backup Exchange using the Windows Backup Utility (ntbackup.exe). Read more...
Exchange Clustering Basics
- Nirmal Sharma Nov 20, 2008
What is Clustering? How do I cluster Exchange? Which components make up an Exchange Cluster? Today we answer these questions and more to kick start those new to this technology. Read more...
Inside Exchange Cluster Setup and Troubleshooting Tips (Part 6)
- Nirmal Sharma Oct 09, 2008
In the 6th and final part of this article series we look into the actual creation of Exchange Cluster Resources. We also go through the different setup log files and summarize the type of information available from here. Read more...
Inside Exchange Cluster Setup and Troubleshooting Tips (Part 5)
- Nirmal Sharma Sep 23, 2008
Today we continue our walk through the internals of the Exchange Cluster setup installation. We look at the cluster specific modules. How these are installed, the important role they play in a cluster environment and more troubleshooting tips. Read more...
Inside Exchange Cluster Setup and Troubleshooting Tips (Part 4)
- Nirmal Sharma Sep 04, 2008
Today we continue our journey into the Cluster setup process, looking into schema versioning and the schema extensions. We also see how setup detects that it is going to operate in a cluster environment. Read more...
Inside Exchange Cluster Setup and Troubleshooting Tips (Part 3)
- Nirmal Sharma Aug 28, 2008
So far we discussed the setup internal process before the installation of any Exchange Components for both cluster and non-cluster environments. In this section we discuss the Exchange Cluster installation internals and related troubleshooting tips. Read more...
Inside Exchange Cluster Setup and Troubleshooting Tips (Part2)
- Nirmal Sharma Aug 21, 2008
In this second part we complete the discussion covering what happens before the cluster installation starts. We look at more functions that verify all necessary requirements are satisfied for the Installation to proceed. Read more...
Inside Exchange Cluster Setup and Troubleshooting Tips (Part1)
- Nirmal Sharma Aug 14, 2008
The objective of this article is to explain the internal process behind the Exchange Setup and what happens when Exchange Setup detects that it is going to operate in the cluster environment. Read more...
Exchange Cluster Resource DLLs and the Failover Process (Part 2)
- Nirmal Sharma Jun 10, 2008
This article explains the internal process behind Exchange clustering and the functions used to interact with cluster components. Read more...
Exchange Cluster Resource DLLs and the Failover Process (Part 1)
- Nirmal Sharma Jun 05, 2008
This article explains the internal process behind Exchange clustering and the functions used to interact with cluster components. Read more...
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