19 novembre 2012

How to tackle the default database in Exchange 2013

The steps are the same, as in the 2010 world.   As in Exchange 2010, installation of 2013 Mailbox role creates a new mailbox database with a name “Mailbox Database *”, where * represents a long number. Exchange administrators prefer to follow a naming convention and keep things clean. Easiest will be to rename the default database to something that suits your naming convention. Click the Edit button and rename the database & hit the Save button. --> Please see the rest on the blog... [Lire la suite]
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23 avril 2012

What's in a name? Microsoft replaces Windows Server 8 with 2012

Do you really care what Microsoft names its new operating system? I don’t either. Yesterday, I heard from a source at the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas that Microsoft now refers to Windows Server “8″ as Windows Server 2012. And, if you connect to microsoft.com, you’ll find that the 8* is now in quotes, just as mine is in the previous sentence. Interesting? I think so. Most of us thought that the 8 was going to stick or that they’d name it Windows Server 2013. Using 8 seems hipper and cooler than the date thing.... [Lire la suite]
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