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Mar
19
comment exchange 2010 HA questions
Well, I haven't seen any "guides" per se. Any yes most talk is about larger installations, but I'd say it's safe to assume you can do everything on one server. I'd personally recommend keeping your actual Exchange infrastructure privately addressed and add a TMG server or something like it to be a reverse proxy for you. A service like that has a whole host of benefits to it.
Mar
19
comment exchange 2010 HA questions
With that latency you'll be able to do a live failover of the database(s) no problem. Makes rolling patching a breeze. Enterprise isn't need in your case with the small amount of users you have.
Mar
19
answered exchange 2010 HA questions
Mar
19
comment Powershell: lastLogonTimestamp blank for some users
@pipTheGeek You're right, the info is replicated, albeit delayed by default.
Mar
16
comment Powershell: lastLogonTimestamp blank for some users
Is there a specific reason you don't want to query all the DCs? It's the only way you're going to get all of the information for every user. LastLogontimestamp data isn't necessary stored on every dc for every user. The reason some commands return that data is that they are built with that caveat in mind.
Mar
13
answered Alerting on file share access
Mar
12
comment How can we allow all users to view full details for meetings in an Exchange 2010 Resource Mailbox's calendar?
You can't "log into" a room calendar in Exchange 2010, it's not possible. Follow the powershell example below, it's what you want.
Mar
12
comment Functional implications of differences in SSL and TLS
Incorrect. -1 vote
Mar
12
comment Wildcard cert Exchange 2010 on Server 2008 R2 - broken pages, broken Droid connection?
Agreed, a SAN cert is the way to go.
Mar
8
comment Exchange and mobile devices
You should really contact your local admins and ask them specifically what they are or aren't enforcing in your ActiveSync policy. You should also refer to your local security policy wherever you work, usually they are posted online or on paper. It should state the answers you are looking for.
Mar
8
comment How to Automatically Remove Disabled AD Users from GAL in Exchange 2010
Powershell is the preferred method.
Mar
8
comment How to Automatically Remove Disabled AD Users from GAL in Exchange 2010
Upvote. Hide all of your disabled users from the GAL.
Mar
8
answered Exchange and mobile devices
Feb
13
comment What breaks if someone has a missing or misconfigured “_autodiscover” SRV record
I'm not sure how that is the accepted answer? It doesn't go into what your issue with Out Of Office was. It also is a bit wrong, as public folders are not necessary in a pure Exchange 2010 environment. OOO, OAB, and Free Busy are not shared via public folders in EX 2010, they are web servies, as you can see by the output you pasted below.
Feb
13
comment Hyper-V and Fail over cluster 2 nodes Virtualizing DC and Secondery DC
Agreed, keep some DCs physical, as well as any core networking systems.
Feb
13
comment What breaks if someone has a missing or misconfigured “_autodiscover” SRV record
Can you go into more detail about your out of office issues? Autodiscover should not be causing issues with that. It may be another issue entirely.
Feb
13
comment What breaks if someone has a missing or misconfigured “_autodiscover” SRV record
Agreed, it is not critical. But if configured correctly it can save a lot of time and issues with client setup.
Feb
10
answered Set up DPM to use hardware VSS Provider with EMC Clariion SAN
Feb
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comment Outlook 2010 needs a password every 30 minutes
If it's truely random then you have networking issues or autodiscovery issues maybe. The answer above is for a specific condition that can be replicated by enabling Outlook Anywhere for an account and then moving that account to a different mailbox server/database. Have you tried deleting the Outlook profile and resetting it up? What does the "Connection Status" window of Outlook show when you're prompted?