How to install certificate in exchange 2013

December 30, 2012

Technorati Tags: ITPRO,TECH,Exchange,Microsoft,System,IT,exchange 2013,Windows Server 2012,install,CA,Root CA,install exchange certificate,exchange 2013 certificate,create a certificate request,new exchange certificate,import exchange certificate Exchange server 2013 provide a high level of security in communications by using certificates to secure the protocols. This post will cover the process of install a new certificate in exchange server 2013. Create certificate request To create an exchange certificate in a certificate authority you need to create a certificate request in the exchange server. Create certificate request via Exchange Management Shell 1) Open Exchange Management Shell and type in the following command ...

How to Sign a Certificate via Microsoft CA

December 26, 2012

Technorati Tags: ITPRO,TECH,Microsoft,System,IT,Windows Server 2012,install CA,CA,Root CA,install,Active Directory Certificate Services,AD CS,Sing a Certificate 1) To sing a Certificate Open the CertSrv web page By entering http://<servername or ip> /certsrv on your browser 2) Click the "Request a Certificate" 3) Click the "Advanced Certificate request" 4) Click the "Submit a certificate …." 5) Paste the contents of your Certificate request file into the Saved Request text box and chose the certificate template, to finish click Submit 6) Download the certificate      ...

How to install Root CA over Windows server 2012

December 23, 2012

Technorati Tags: ITPRO,TECH,Microsoft,System,IT,Windows Server 2012,install,Active Directory Certificate Services,AD CS,Root CA,install CA,CA This post will guide you how to install and configure Active Directory Certificate Services on Windows Server 2012. Add Active Directory Certificate Services Role 1) Go to server management click manage at the top right corner and chose add Roles and features   2) At the "Before you begin" screen chose next 3) At the "Select installation type" screen chose role-based or feature-based installation 4) At the "Select destination server" screen chose the server...

How to upgrade windows 2008 R2 Active Directory to windows 2012 Active directory

December 17, 2012

Technorati Tags: Active Directory 2012,Active Directory 2008,DC,Domain controller,IT,ITPRO,System,Microsoft,migrate,windows server 2012 This post will guide you through the process of upgrade your Windows 2008 R2 Active Directory to a Windows Server 2012 Active Directory. This post will cover the next steps: Prerequisite. Prepare the forest for upgrade. Add Active Directory Domain Services over windows server 2012. Promote the server to a domain controller in the existing domain. Transfer FSMO role to the new windows 2012 domain controller. ...

How to Restore Active Directory objects via Recycle Bin in windows server 2012

December 12, 2012

Technorati Tags: active directory,Domain controler,DC,IT,ITPRO,Microsoft,System,Restore Active Directory objects,Windows Server 2012,Recycle Bin Active Directory Recycle bin provide the ability to restore Active Directory objects to the same consistent logical state that they were before deletion. For example restore a user account automatically restore all his group membership and the matching access rights that they had. To restore an objects Active Directory Recycle Bin need to be enabled at the time of the deletion. By default the Recycle Bin is Disable. Before enabling Recycle Bin you need to consider the following: To enable...

Setting up Windows server 2012 Domain Controller

December 11, 2012

Technorati Tags: ITPRO,Microsoft,System,IT,Windows Server 2012,dc,domain controller,tech This article will guide you through the steps of creating a Windows Server 2012 Domain Controller. Operating system requirements Minimum system requirements for Windows server 2012: Processor - 1.4 Ghz 64-bit processor RAM - 512 MB Free disk space requirements - 32 GB Steps for installing active Directory Domain Services 1) Go to server management click manage at the top right corner and chose add Roles and features   2)...
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How to Monitor Exchange 2010 Environment using System Center Essentials 2007 SP1 and up

October 11, 2010

Recently I needed to configured system center essentials for monitoring Exchange 2010 environment and there is a few tasks to complete for it to work and its very similar to SCOM config. Prerequisites: 1.      System Center Essentials 2007 SP1 and UP 2.      Monitoring Agent installed and updated on all exchange 2010 servers in the organization. 3.      Exchange 2010 Management Pack - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=7150bfed-64a4-42a4-97a2-07048cca5d23&displaylang=en 4.      SCE Agent Update for exchange 2010 -  For Operations Manager 2007 SP1, install KB 971541 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=167911) For Operations Manager 2007 R2, install KB 974144 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=167912) Process: 1.      After deploying SCE agent to all exchange 2010 servers in the organization check for pending agent...
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How To Configure Exchange 2010 Disaster Recovery Site Using DAG

April 14, 2010

Exchange 2010 feature called Database Availability Group (DAG) is the new High Availability feature of Exchange 2010. DRP Design In both the production site and the Disaster Recovery site we need a server with Windows Enterprise edition since DAG relies on Microsoft Failover Clustering which is only available in the Enterprise edition. Both sites need a Domain Controller and a GC role. The DR site will be in a different Active directory Site so that users want log in to it Installing Installing Standart installation of Exchange  2010 edition on Windws 2008 R2 Enterprise  that includs HAB,CAS,Mailbox - Roles. configuring all the...
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Managing Hyper-V Permissions

November 5, 2009

Default permissions in Hyper-V By default, Hyper-V configured to allow members of the local server's administrators group to have full permissions on the Hyper-V installation. In domain environments, domain admin group will have full permissions to create and manage VMs on host servers.  It's often necessary to grant additional permissions - such as the ability to start and stop VMs - to other users who should not also have full administrative permissions. The way in which you assign permissions on Hyper-V servers it's a little tricky. You can't simply right-click on a host server or VM object and set permissions in a properties page like we think it...
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