Tag: Exchange

  • Setup Error during pre-reqs for CU8 to Exchange 2016

    Setup Error during pre-reqs for CU8 to Exchange 2016

    Due to an unknown error when accessing Outlook Web Access (did not affect ECP) in CU4, we decided to upgrade to CU8. Also note that Microsoft will only support you on the two latest CU for Exchange, so they don’t care that much what isn’t working if you haven’t followed the updates. During the pre-reqs […]

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  • Automapping mailboxes to Outlook

    Automapping mailboxes to Outlook

    Automapping mailboxes to Outlook means the mailbox you gain access to will be automatically added to your Outook Client or Outlook Web Access (Exchange Online). No need to add additional mailboxes after an administrator have granted you permission. Life is wonderful 🙂 Except if you have permission to alot of mailboxes, and it takes up […]

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  • Error 8344 Insufficient Access Rights

    Error 8344 Insufficient Access Rights

    An Export Error within Azure AD Sync/Connect/DirSync/FIM/MIM when configured with Exchange Hybrid: Error Code: 8344 Error: Insufficient access rights to perform the operation. Exchange Hybrid configuration tests writeback from Azure AD, and needs the necessary permissions set by the Installation on the Active Directory Connector System Account to allow this writeback. Solution: If you can’t turn […]

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  • PS Module – Fill up Mailboxes

    PS Module – Fill up Mailboxes

    Send-PileMail, a PowerShell Module written to automaticly send emails to a set of Mailboxes, with the purpose to test migration throttling. We can look at Microsoft Technet Article on Exchange Online Migration Performance and Best Practice, but it doesn’t give us the numbers in order to calculate the amount of time we need to Schedule migration process. […]

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  • The WSMan Client cannot process the request

    The WSMan Client cannot process the request

    Proxy is not supported under HTTP transport. Change the transport to HTTPS and specify valid proxy information and try again. A Customer where using Web Proxy to Access Internet and Local Sites, so we had the Proxy Settings bypass all local domain names: But that wasn’t enough for Internet Explorer running on a Windows Server […]

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  • Gain FullAccess to Exchange 2007+ Mailboxes

    Gain FullAccess to Exchange 2007+ Mailboxes

    When we migrate Mailboxes to Office 365, it’s best to use an Admin Account for accessing the mailboxes, instead of knowing every users password. But we might not have a user with FullAccess to all mailboxes we want to migrate, not even the Domain Administrator. Lets use PowerShell With Exchange Cmdlets to achieve FullAccess instead […]

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  • Exchange Online does not create a mailbox when we assign licenses

    I rarely onboard customers to Office 365 without deploying DirSync or a similar tool, because it is and always have been best practice keeping Active Directory as Identity Source. This challenge often came when a customer has Exchange in their Active Directory, and when we synchronize users to Azure Active Directory (AAD) they will bring […]

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  • TechEd 2015?

    TechEd 2015?

    Are you planning for TechEd 2015 or maybe it will be Unified Technology Event? A little confusing from Microsoft, but TechEd is not dead. It will be replaced/cohappening with this new Unified Technology Event. Microsoft started merging Conferences and seminars earlier this year, so this will hopefully take it to the Level it used to […]

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  • Move OWA from ISA/TMG/UAG to WAP

    Move OWA from ISA/TMG/UAG to WAP

    Configure Web Application Proxy (WAP) to publish Exchange 2007 Webmail (OWA). Pre reqs: ADFS Installed and Configured WAP Installed and Configured So I will go through the steps needed to Publish OWA With WAP Server, and lets start With the Publishing rule at Our WAP Server. Open the Remote Access Management Console (RAMC). Click Publish […]

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  • PS: Script license assigning for Office 365

    PS: Script license assigning for Office 365

    Wanted to share a script for assigning Licenses to Office 365 Users based on Security Groups in Your local Active Directory.   #Command One – Find users in local Security Group $LyncGroup=Get-ADGroupMember -Identity ‘LyncOnline’ -Recursive | %{get-aduser $_.samaccountname} | Select UserPrincipalName #$LyncGroup is just a placeholder for every users UserPrinciplaName found in the Security Group […]

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I am Roy Apalnes, a Microsoft Cloud Evangelist working av Sopra Steria. Main focus in Microsoft Security and Endpoint Management, with a bigger picture in mind.

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