Everything you need to know as an exchange administrator for Office 365 migration is in this article. Anyone who has performed a migration from a Local Exchange Server to Office 365 knows that the process can be very disconcerting and
To create a directory with the help of PowerShell, open the PowerShell console with administrative privileges and use one of the following four ways. Creating a Directory PowerShell Method 1: Use the new-item command new-item <path of directory suppose c:\dir1>
On the following page, you can find the details of all cumulative updates released till now. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj907309(v=exchg.160).aspx As of today, the latest cumulative update is CU 7.
Recently a question was asked about the purpose of DHCP server. I thought to answer it here in simple and layman terms. Purpose of DHCP Every device on the network has an IP address. That IP address can be assigned
When you get the following error, try the solution listed below. USB device not recognized The last USB device you connected to this computer malfunctioned, and Windows does not recognize it. Solution: Restart the Computer Plug out the USB device,
There is no way which you can use to set Cortana to default settings in Windows 10. You can only play with their settings individually. Click on the Cortana's icon in search bar and then click on the Settings icon.
When you open a website from your browser, you may get the following error. ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED Solution: When you get an above error, try the following solution: Open command prompt or PowerShell and execute the following command to flush your DNS
Question: Can I Install Exchange Server 2016 on Windows Server Core Edition? Answer: No, installation of Exchange Server 2016 on Windows Server Core Edition or on nano server is not supported. The following link lists the system requirements. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996719(v=exchg.160).aspx
When you create a mailbox in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 by using PowerShell, you may get the following error. Add-ADpermission : the term 'Add-ADpermission' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file or operable program. Check
I had to create a global security group while I was managing shared mailboxes in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 with the help of PowerShell. I thought to document it for others. Create an Active Directory Global Security Group with PowerShell