Category: Exchange 2007 Articles

Articles focused around Exchange 2007. There’s quite a lot of content around clustering and CCR as well as quite a bit around segregating a single Exchange 2007 organisation into multiple tenants.

It’s also home to what turned out to be my rather popular “Populate Lab Users” script.

December 27, 2008

Moving an existing CCR Database to a new location…

Ok, since my work on integrating KVS (or Enterprise Vault) into my interop environment is almost at an end – I resumed the configuration of my first (and primary CCR database cluster). My primary task today was to create and define the Disks that would house the Database files which are located on a pair […]

December 27, 2008

Windows 2008 – Running Exchange 2007 – Remote Administration Error – (Unable to create Internet Information Services (IIS) directory entry)…

Ok, in between writing the final part of Segregation Tool and indeed trying to sort out the mess that is the Out of Office Administrators Assistant – I also ran into the above above within one of my production environments. Essentially I had installed a dedicated Exchange 2007 Management server (running on Windows 2003 x64) […]

December 14, 2008

Problems with the EXBPA on using CCR Clustering on Windows 2008

Whilst on the subject of the EXBPA (previous rambling here http://telnetport25.wordpress.com/2008/08/25/red-herrings-with-the-exchange-2007-bpa-and-windows-2008-in-a-ccr-cluster) I thought that I would pass on a couple of (probably well known) tips on why the BPA can fail or generate warnings when being run against a Windows 2008 based Exchange 2007 server using the “Health Check” option. The Two most common errors […]

December 14, 2008

Exchange 2007 Out of Office Adventures

Further to my recent article about OOF (or OOO) functionality not working in Exchange 2007 – I have found out another little nugget of truth which might be of use to you all. As my previous article explains I had a problem with Exchange 2007 OOO messages being synchronised and indeed not being sent within […]

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