Exchange 2013 CU5 Bug #IamMEC

Last week we started deployment of a customer’s 2013 servers into their Exchange 2010 environment. We started experiencing issues with the first of ten servers we were deploying immediately after…

Exchange 2013 SP1 aka CU4 released #IamMEC #MSExchange

The Microsoft Exchange team released Exchange 2013 SP1 today. Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1 / SP1 Download There are a lot of new features being introduced as well: DLP tips…

Setting F5 as Refresh in Google Chrome on your Mac.

I recently picked up a new Macbook Pro and I’m going through the learning curve of how to do things on a Mac when all I’ve really known has been…

Exchange 2013 SP1 aka CU4 coming in “early” 2014.

Today Microsoft announced that they will be releasing SP1 for their Office, Exchange, and SharePoint products in ‘early’ 2014.  I have been saying since the announcement of MEC 2014 that…

Stop Google From Using Your Face and Name in Ads.

Did you hear about Google’s new wannabe Facebook Ad promotion where they use your Face and Name in Ads?  Or as they word it “recommendations for your friends”. Creepy. I…

Custom Presence in #Lync 2013 Without Disabling SIP High Security Mode Using the Cloud

If you’re like me, you like to be able to customize most of your work environment.  When it comes to the Lync client, you’re limited to the default presence options…

Exchange Virtual Conference Wrap-up #IamMEC #MSExchange

MVP Paul Cunningham of exchangeserverpro.com decided to rally some of his fellow Exchange MVP peers to produce some kickstart content for Exchange 2013 and Office 365 and create a completely free ‘Exchange…

TechEd 2013 NOLA: Live Streams

TechEd 2013 is going on…and I’m sad.  I wish I was there.  I enjoy technical conferences.  I enjoy networking with others in my industry.  Well, some of that emptiness is…

#PowerShell Quickie: Get-Nicbinding.ps1

I’m working on a PowerShell script to perform a Health and Config check for Exchange Server 2010 installs.  One of those checks is to verify the NIC binding order, which…

#PowerShell and WMI to Determine OS Architecture for Automation

I’m in the process of writing some of the more complicated PowerShell code I’ve ever written to automate some laborious tasks at my new job.  The process I generally like…


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