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You have just finished installing Lync Server 2013 onto Windows 2012 R2 and you start the Lync Server Management Shell only to spend the next few minutes (or hours) staring at a little back box. If you are lucky it will finish loading in a few seconds, however for you unlucky few you can end up […]

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By default Lync installs SQL Express and the local databases onto the system drive during a Lync install.  This is typically ok if only one drive exists on the server however, what if you have another drive which is dedicated to applications, a non-system drive.  Lync will automatically move the Lync local databases to a non-system drive but SQL Express […]

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These are by far some of my favorite tools for AD management and compliment the Exchange 2007 PowerShell cmdlets very nicely. If one were so inclined you could write a very nice script to do just about anything with the combination of Quest and Exchange.   Click here to read about what’s new… Click here […]

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Brought to my eyes by Paul Robichaux and written by Jason Sherry this script will capture a plethora of useful Exchange data.  Very helpful for planning an upgrade strategy or if you just want to know how your current Exchange environment is running.  To get the most accurate and useful data Jason recommends running the […]

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