While launching the AD Administrative Center in Windows Server 8, I was surprised to see it titled “Windows 2008 R2 AD Administrative Center”. A typo in the code, huh?
You get the following error while trying to move mailbox locally in Exchange 2013. The Migration mailbox for the organization is either missing or invalid. I was contacted about this error by one of my blog readers after posting Cannot Open Microsoft System Attendant Mailbox Error During Exchange 2013 Mailbox Move. In this case, the [...]Read More
A local mailbox move in Exchange 2013 fails with the error that the System Attendant Mailbox cannot be opened. I thought System Attendant was a thing of the past! Exchange 2013 doesn’t have system attendant mailbox or even the System Attendant service (mad.exe). But, the error clearly mentions about the failure to open the [...]Read More
Exchange 2013 has a new store named the Managed Store. In order to provide failure isolation in the database level in 2013, Microsoft has introduced two new processes as part of the managed store concept. First is the Store Worker Process(Microsoft.Exchange.Store.Worker.Exe) which does the same job that store.exe handled in previous versions. The only difference [...]Read More
The “self service” option in OWA 2013 (ECP) has been enhanced with the option for uploading GAL photo by the end user. In Exchange 2010 ECP, end users were able to edit their contact details, address etc depending on the role assignment policy. In Exchange 2013 ECP ( OWA –> Options), the end user can [...]Read More
A bug or typo in the code? While browsing the EAC, I noticed that the OWA virtual directory displays that the OWA Version as Exchange 2010 & not 2013. This happens in an Exchange 2013 only environment. The Shell displays the same info. MS, Is it a bug in the code or a typo? Update: [...]Read More
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