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Simplifying the OWA URL with Citrix Netscaler
24 December 12 01:16 PM | dmstork | 0 Comments   
Next to Content Switching (which I recently wrote a post about ), Citrix Netscalers can also do URL Rewrites. This enables us to simplify the OWA URL. First, be sure the Rewriting option is enabled by going into System, then Settings and choose Configure Read More...
Load balancing Exchange 2010 with Citrix Netscaler using Content Switching
21 December 12 06:45 PM | dmstork | 0 Comments   
Next to F5 , KEMP technologies and a lot of other network load balancing vendors there’s also Citrix with it’s Netscaler brand . Especially when an environment also has Citrix servers, it could mean that well scaled Netscaler devices are present and can Read More...
Unable to change database path on Exchange 2010 in a DAG?
02 November 11 07:19 PM | dmstork | 0 Comments   
If you find yourself unable to change the database path of an Exchange 2010 database, check whether it is part of a DAG. See the screenshot for the missing option: If so, you cannot move it. The solution is to remove all copies except the active. Now Read More...
Exchange, Load balancers and recommendations
15 July 11 06:07 PM | dmstork | 3 Comments   
This is a follow-up post to Differences in Exchange Load Balancing recommendations by Microsoft and vendors . This post refers to issues I discovered and were discussed in that post. I suggest reading the previous article before reading this one. I also Read More...
Differences in Exchange Load Balancing recommendations by Microsoft and vendors
30 May 11 11:40 AM | dmstork | 4 Comments   
*** See my followup here Exchange, Load balancers and recommendations : At TechEd North America 2011 Andrew Ehrensing (Solution Architect form Microsoft) presented the session “Load Balancing with Exchange Server 2010” (EXL307) for which the video and Read More...
Change in Exchange 2010 SP1 CAS static port configuration
28 April 11 11:49 AM | dmstork | 0 Comments   
For those who are using Exchange 2010 DAG and a Network Load Balancer, note that there is a small difference between RTM and SP1. If you choose to use static ports for your Client Access Servers, for the Address Book Services you would edit the Microsoft.exchange.addressbook.service.exe.config Read More...
Public Folders and the DAG
23 November 10 05:36 PM | dmstork | 0 Comments   
When realizing a High Available Exchange 2010 environment, you automatically going to use DAG ( Database Availabilty Groups ). It is a different approach with previous versions of Exchange, who leverage server redundancy. DAG supplies us with mailbox Read More...

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