The MS Exchange posted an article addressing an issue with the February 2008 round of patches from Microsoft. Exchange 2007 administrators need to be aware of this issue and what to look for should you encounter it in your Exchange environment.
Active Directory operation failed on . This error could have been causes by user input or by the Active Directory server being unavailable. Please retry at a later time. ……..
"It was running command ‘get-recipient -ResultSize ‘1000’ ‘DisplayName’ -RecipienttType ‘UserMailbox”.
Get-Mailbox : Active Directory operation failed on . This error could have been caused by user input or by the Active Directory server being unavailable. Please retry at a later time. Additional information: Additional information: The directory service encountered an unknown failure. Active directory response: 000020EF: SvcErr: DSID-020A0F27, problem 5005 (UNABLE_TO_PROCEED), data 87
At line:1 char:12
+ get-mailbox <<<< -ResultSize unlimited -SortBy "alias"
Read their blog post here for the details…
Some new OCS Live Meetings guides were recently published to the MS Downloads site. Good information for your library.
Update 9/23/2008: Please click here for the latest version.
The MS Exchange team has released an update to the ever popular storage calculator.
Read about the update here…
Download the new calculator here…
Most of you are asking why would you want to do this? Well I already know a handful of IT Pros out there are running Server 2008 as their desktop OS. So the idea of enabling this service seems more interesting.
Never one to reinvent the wheel, Aaron has a good post that explains the process for enabling Superfetch.
Check it out…