18 mars 2013

Gérer le fichier mail.que sur Exchange 2010

Le fichier "mail.que" est une base de données "ESE" qui agit comme la file d'attente de transport sur votre serveur Exchange 2010 ayant le rôle transport Hub ou Edge, en stockant temporairement les messages en attente de traitement. Il existe certain cas où vous devez récupérer les mails contenus dans cette base. Dans cet article, nous verrons 2 scenarios: Restaurer un ancien fichier Mail.que sur le serveur d'origine. Restaurer un ancien fichier Mail.que puis récupérer les emails sur un autre serveur.   ... [Lire la suite]
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03 janvier 2013

Learning PowerCLI–What does it take ?

One of the most asked questions to me at VMworld this year was “what does it take to learn PowerCLI”, lots of people have seen the fantastic things you can do with PowerCLI, where it is drawing your infrastructure out into Visio or checking your VMware environment for potential issues. I always tell people that if I can learn PowerCLI then anyone can, one of the great strengths of PowerCLI and PowerShell is that it was written for System Administrators, for the people who need to get the job done, get it done fast and move on to the... [Lire la suite]
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10 décembre 2012

Everything you want to know about Network Teaming in Windows Server 2012

I was recently given a pointer to the following document: Windows Server 2012 NIC Teaming (LBFO) Deployment and Management It is a very comprehensive guide to setting up network teaming in Windows Server 2012, and discusses many of the common questions that I hear about network teaming (it also discusses network teaming an Hyper-V at length). If you are using (or are planning to use) Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012 in a production environment – you really should read this document, so you understand all the options that are now... [Lire la suite]
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07 décembre 2012

VMware Mirage Installation – the lab setup

VMware Mirage Installation and Configuration in Lab environment. Vmware Mirage has been demoed during the latest VMworld 2012 in Barcelona. I have attended and also I did an interview with a demo there with Tom Nikl. If you have missed that, you can read the original article here – VMware Mirage – VMworld Barcelona Demo. VMware Mirage Architecture is composed from several components which each of those is installed on particular place – in the datacenter, on the client computers etc. Let’s see which components are used in the VMware... [Lire la suite]
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08 novembre 2012

Dell Wyse encourages BYOD with centralized IT management for mobile devices

Dell's latest BYOD solution is a cloud-based, centralized IT management console for managing mobile devices. Dell appears to be trying to tackle the BYOD ("bring your own device") trend from every angle and unit within its arsenal. The Dell Wyse group is picking up the baton today with a new cloud-based, centralized IT management console intended to act as a single point of administration for all mobile devices on a given network. Through a single, cloud-based console, the Dell Wyse Cloud Client Manager is boasted to enable IT... [Lire la suite]
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04 novembre 2012

Admin Tools Retired In Exchange Server 2013

Many admin tools that we know & love in Exchange 2010 has been retired in 2013, including the “famous” Exchange Best Practice Analyzer.   You should be familiar by now that Exchange Administration Centre is the new EMC & ECP combined. Exchange 2013 only has the toolbox as part of the management console. What is wrong with this picture? Some of our admin tools didn’t make it to Exchange 2013 including BPA and Routing Log Viewer. --> Please see the rest on the blog... [Lire la suite]
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27 septembre 2012

Microsoft Volume Activation Management Toolkit v3 (VAMT 3): Improvements and Installation

Microsoft’s free Volume Activation Management Toolkit (VAMT) helps administrators manage licensing on computers in their organization. Administrators can use the VAMT to update licenses and activate Office and Operating Systems on clients and servers. VAMT version 3 performs all of the operations that VAMT version 2 did while adding new features. Christian Mohn wrote about VAMT 2 and described its usage in his article, "License & Activation Management with Volume Activation Management Tool (VAMT)." If you haven’t used the VAMT... [Lire la suite]
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27 août 2012

Managing The New Exchange

Last week, we announced The New Exchange. Today, we are excited to share its new, refreshed management experience. For folks familiar with Exchange 2010, there are 3 ways to manage Exchange: the Exchange Management Console (EMC), the Exchange Control Panel (ECP), and the Exchange Management Shell (EMS). As far as the GUI-based experience is concerned, customers are faced with an incongruous choice between EMC and ECP. While most of the management surface is exposed via EMC, some newer features such as Auditing, eDiscovery, RBAC... [Lire la suite]
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31 juillet 2012

Cortado ThinPrint Contrôle complet de toutes vos imprimantes : La solution gratuite de surveillance des imprimantes

Printer Dashboard Contrôle complet de toutes vos imprimantes : La solution gratuite de surveillance des imprimantes qui met un terme aux mauvaises surprises Cela vous est-il déjà arrivé ? Vous imprimez vos brochures commerciales réalisées avec soin et les couleurs se ternissent au fil des impressions ? Ce prospectus informatif aurait certainement enrichi votre présentation, mais malheureusement le bac à papier est vide ? Cela n’arriverait jamais avec Printer Dashboard.   Visualisez la totalité de votre réseau d’imprimantes... [Lire la suite]
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15 juin 2012

Exchange 2010 : Comment forcer Outlook 2010 à se connecter en Outlook Anywhere.

Pour forcer les clients Outlook à se connecter en RPC over Https il existe une méthode simple qui consiste à fixer dans l’environnement Microsoft Exchange son comportement par défaut. En utilisant la commande Set-OutlookProvider et les paramètres suivants : OutlookProviderFlags : Le paramètre OutlookProviderFlags indique que les clients Outlook 2010 doivent se connecter via RPC sur HTTP (Outlook Anywhere) avant d’essayer RPC via des connexions TCP. Cela augmente la vitesse à laquelle les clients Outlook 2010 se connectent... [Lire la suite]
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