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  • How not to create redundancy in your Exchange

    When I was at a client the other day I encountered the following: As you can see the Exchange environment in itself already contains a single point of failure. Namely the Exchange-01 server who solemnly functions as a client access and transport hub. The two database servers however are both made high available through the use of the ...
    Posted to The way I did it (Weblog) by ChrisPetit on September 8, 2011
  • Upgrading SQL

    When upgrading your environment to squeaky clean Windows Server 2008 R2 installations sooner or later you will have to tackle the SQL server. Migrating a Microsoft SQL server from 2005 to, say, 2008 R2 should be a walk in the park. It should be, if no one is actually using the server. Unfortunately this won’t be the case. Why buy a license to a ...
    Posted to The way I did it (Weblog) by ChrisPetit on July 6, 2011
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