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  • Apple iPhone 5s TouchID and Exchange ActiveSync (updated)

    2013/10/17: Added support statement by Microsoft below Just today I was curious how the Apple biometric convenience solution TouchID on the iPhone 5s would impact password policies enforced by Exchange ActiveSync(EAS). I frequently run into complaints from Android users who previously used a Pattern Lock instead of a PIN to unlock their phones. ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on September 23, 2013
  • Blocking iOS 7 in Exchange 2010 & 2013 (updated)

    Now that iOS 7 available, it might be interesting to know how to block this version. In the past there were some issues with the Exchange ActiveSync implementation in specific iOS DeviceOS versions (read this and this). Please note that I did not encountered or heard of any ActiveSync issues with iOS 7, but it might be prudent to be prepared. But ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on September 19, 2013
  • Exchange Server 2013 RTM CU2 is out!

    Just now the Exchange Team released Cumulative Update 2 for Exchange Server 2013. Some helpful links: Blogpost: Released: Exchange 2013 RTM Cumulative Update 2  Download: Cumulative Update 2 for Exchange Server 2013 Knowledge Base article: KB2859928 Sizing tool: Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator v5.8 The Role ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on July 9, 2013
  • Back from TechEd NA 2013: Thoughts on Exchange and BYOD

    *** Updated 9 juli 2013: See the end of this article *** Back from TechEd North America 2013 and almost recuperated from my jetlag (7 hours difference), some of the bits and pieces get their place and new thoughts are formed. Having seen the keynote (see it here) and the new features added in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2, combined with ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on June 12, 2013
  • My portable lab hardware

    Recently somebody asked via Twitter my what the make and model is of my laptop, used for Exchange testing environments. Well, 140 characters is not a lot of space so I decided to blog about it. Our company uses Dell laptops as a laptop standard, but other vendors might have comparable configurations. The main model type is a Precision M4700, but ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on May 6, 2013
  • Simplifying the OWA URL with Citrix Netscaler

    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 Basic Settings. Check the tick box for Rewrite After this, first make an Rewrite Action by ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on December 24, 2012
  • The UC Architects podcast episode 13 is up! With special guest Rick Kingslan (Lync Sr. Technical Writer)

    Episode 13 is available for download for a while now! It is hosted by Pat Richard and co-hosts were John Cook, Tom Arbuthnot, Justin Morris and I rambled some lines in there myself . Topics include news stories about the Surface Pro, the new improved Exchange/Lync Connectivity Analyzer website, the revoked Exchange 2010SP2 RU5 update and a lot ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on December 18, 2012
  • Using the Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer Tool

    Recently Microsoft released an updated version of the Microsoft Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer rebranding it as the Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer as it now also can test Lync connections, next to Exchange and Office365. Another addition is the Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer Tool, a local variant of the online tool for Exchange ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on December 1, 2012
  • iOS6 and ActiveSync bug fixed in Zarafa/Z-Push

    Yesterday Zarafa published a blog post in which they announced their fix for the iOS6 ActiveSync appointment issue. For those who don’t know, Zarafa is an open source Exchange clone (a bit like Zimbra) and uses the open source “plug-in” Z-Push for its server side ActiveSync implementation. Although the work seems solid and commendable, I do have ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on October 18, 2012
  • Episode 2 of The UC Architects is available!

    Go get your Lync and Exchange knowledge up-to-date with Episode 2! This time with Pat Richard, John A. Cook, Tom Arbuthnot, Andrew J. Price, and Johan Veldhuis. Michael van Horenbeeck was the editor and I produced the episode.
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on July 3, 2012
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