Monthly Archives: November 2008

Outlook Anywhere (RPC Proxy) Windows 2008 / Exchange 2007

In short, RPC Proxy, and IPv6 on Windows server 2008 has some “issues”. This only occurs when you have Exchange installed on Windows 2008, not Windows 2003. This also only applies to a "all roles installed on same server”. For … Continue reading

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Finalizing the DC upgrade & Summary of Lessons #1 – #6

We migrated the file and print services to a new domain controller. We used several tools like print migrator 3.1 and found out it can be used to back up / restore printers too, that makes it a good tool … Continue reading

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RPC Proxy problems Windows 2008 / Exchange 2007

In short, RPC Proxy, and IPv6 on Windows server 2008 has some “issues”. This only occurs when you have Exchange installed on Windows 2008, not Windows 2003. This also only applies to a "all roles installed on same server”. For … Continue reading

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Finalizing the DC upgrade & Summary of Lessons #1 – #6

We migrated the file and print services to a new domain controller. We used several tools like print migrator 3.1 and found out it can be used to back up / restore printers too, that makes it a good tool … Continue reading

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Moving the printers at the client side, Lesson #6

  There is a vb script I found on the Internets, it’s very handy. You run this against your users, upon logon, and you can run it multiple times (after the first time it doesn’t change anything). It looks in … Continue reading

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Migrating Printers made easy, Lesson #5

Moving printers from one server to another can be a long tedious process if you do it manually. If you use Print Migrator 3.1, it’s easy. Download the file from the link, it’s the actual program. No install needed. Yep, … Continue reading

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Migrating users to new Shared Folders, Lesson #4

It is important to understand that migrating the data and moving the users is broken down into three major steps: 1) Move the data initially, verify security rights moved over, test applications moved the new drive letter. 2) The night … Continue reading

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