Monthly Archives: September 2010

Finding High Item Count Folders Using the Exchange Management Shell

Here is a good post from the MS Exchange Team on Exchange performance when users have a high number of items in their critical folders, see here for the post. They also provide a very useful powershell script to identify … Continue reading

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Problems running PowerShell Scripts

If you receive the following error: “The file is not digitally signed. The script will not execute on the system.” You need to check which execution policy you are running by running the command “Get-ExecutionPolicy”. The result will be one … Continue reading

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Looking for whitepapers or technical guides…

look no further, check out for documentation on just about anything.

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HP Blades and StorageWorks P4000 and VMware vSphere Technical Whitepaper.

A bit out of date, but HP have written a very good guide to integrating the above.  Click here.

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Restarting and diagnosing problems with the Management agents on an ESX or ESXi Server

See here for the command line option when the management agent refuses to restart. There are also some good links on the VMware community website for diagnosing VMware host connection problems – see here and here.

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Updating Recipient Policies and Address Lists for Exchange 2010 from Exchange 2003

See a great write up here for upgrading Address Lists and Recipient Policies during the Exchange 2003 -> Exchange 2010 migration.

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Resetting BIOS Passwords.

CMOS De-Animator; 32bit and 64bit versions Grab a copy from here. CMOS De-Animator is a service utility which allows you to invalidate the checksum of your system’s CMOS memory, resetting all settings to default and clearing any stored BIOS passwords … Continue reading

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