Earlier this month, I wrote an article on how you could use a KEMP LoadMaster to publish multiple...Read More
You get an error “the connection to the server <servername> could not be completed” when trying to start a hybrid mailbox move in Exchange 2013.
As part of running through the “New Migration Batch”-wizard, the remote endpoint (the on-premises Exchange server) is tested for its availability. After running this step, the following error is displayed: By itself, this error...Read More
Earlier this week we had the pleasure to welcome you for our in-person event “Load Balancing and Reverse Proxying for Exchange 2013 and Lync 2013” at Microsoft Belgium. Despite the fact that some people cancelled at the very...Read More
Introduction In the first part of this article, we talked about Load Balancing in general and took a closer look at what the advantages and disadvantages of simple layer 4 load balancing for Exchange 2013 were. Today we’ll dive...Read More
Following the recent talks about KEMP that is going to be delivering security-related features to it’s Load Masters, I got in touch with one of KEMP’s employees who confirmed firmly that KEMP indeed intends to deliver the...Read More
Yesterday, I came across an interesting article from Tony Redmond in which he talks about the future plans of KEMP. Apparently he was able to get hold of some internal communication in which KEMP declares that they’ll be adding...Read More
Managing Partner @ The Collective, Microsoft MVP, MCSM, author, speaker, security aficionado, and overall tech enthusiast.
Hello! I’m Michael
- Every outage has its learnings…
- Microsoft updates the (Intune) Outlook App Configuration Policy experience
- Update: Estimating the size of an Exchange (online) Archive
- Correlating events becomes easier as Microsoft adds ‘SessionID’ to the audit logs in EXO
- Protecting your AD FS environment from password (spray) attacks (in an Office 365 context)