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PowerShell Snapins and Modules
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com To really know your system properly you have to leave behind the vendor education and research on your own. Citrix mention the XenApp PowerShell snapins on their courses but leave no mentions of the equally important modules.May be you wouldn't expect them to explain the difference but you would expect them to expose the management tools to you. In this video we look at the difference between modules and snapins and see what cmdlets are in the Citrix Modules
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How to Import Exchange Server 2010 Cmdlets into Powershell of Windows 7 x64
 
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How to Import Exchange Server 2010 Cmdlets into Powershell of Windows 7 x64
Views: 14515 codetwosupport
How To Install Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 10
 
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How To Install Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 10 If you want to install Remote Server Admin Tools for Windows 10, then your in luck, because Microsoft has just released the Windows 10 version of Remote Server Administration Tools. You can use this add-on in Windows 10, which will give you all the remote management MMC tools that are required to manage and run your Windows servers remotely. Make sure you are running the very latest version of Remote Management Tools. I will also put a link for the Windows 10 Group Policy Administrative Template settings which can install if you require them. Download RSAT: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=45520 Once you downloaded ADMX/ADML file, just install them in your Active Directory Central Store. Download ADMX/ADML: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48257 Need any help with your computer problems, just join our forum http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
Views: 117312 Britec09
PSSnapin : loading and using PSSnaping in PowerShell
 
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In this video, i have shown, how to list the PSSnain in your system. how we can load them and use them.
Views: 145 Ankit Sharma
Install Exchange Management Tools
 
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Install Exchange Management Tools 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller - DC2 : Domain Member (installed Exchange) - DC3 : Domain Member (install Exchange Management Tools) - File install Exchange 2010 2. Step by step : Install Exchange Management Tools on DC3 - DC3 : + Server Manager - Features - Add Features, select : + .Net Framework 3.5.1 ... + Remote Server Administration Tools .... + AD DS Snap-Ins and command-line Tools + RPC over HTTP proxy - Role services, select : + ASP.NET + Diguest authentication + Dynamic content compression + IIS 6 compatibility + IIS 6 Managenment Console - Next - Install + Start - services.msc - Double-Click "Net.Tcp Port Sharing Service" - Startup type : Automatic - start + Restart server + Create a folder named Exchange on drive C:\ , extract file install into folder Exchange + File Explorer - C: - Exchange - Double-Click setup == Install + To Installation Type - Choose "Custom Exchange Server Installation" - Select "Management Tools" - Finish + Exchange Management Console - Recipient Configuration - Right-Click Mailbox - New mailbox... - User Mailbox - Existing users : - Add... : - VietHR - Next to Finish = OK
Views: 1981 microsoft lab
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 08 Introducing scripting and toolmaking
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
PS101: Differentiating Snap-in and Modules
 
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This video is a sample from Skillsoft's video course catalog. In this video, Tim Warner discusses snap-ins and modules in Windows PowerShell. Tim Warner has 17 years of experience as a systems administrator, software developer, technical trainer, and author. Warner holds the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) in Windows Server 2012 and SharePoint Server 2013, and has been published widely on various IT topics. His most recent title is Sams Teach Yourself Windows PowerShell v5 in 24 Hours for Pearson Technology Group. Skillsoft is a pioneer in the field of learning with a long history of innovation. Skillsoft provides cloud-based learning solutions for our customers worldwide, who range from global enterprises, government and education customers to mid-sized and small businesses. Learn more at http://www.skillsoft.com. https://www.linkedin.com/company/skillsoft http://www.twitter.com/skillsoft https://www.facebook.com/skillsoft
Views: 254 Skillsoft YouTube
MCITP 70-640: Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT)
 
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ADMT is used to quickly move objects around in your forest. It is used during migrations or when you need to move users between domains during restructures or job changes. This video looks at how to install and use ADMT. Handout http://itfreetraining.com/Handouts/70-640/Part2/admt.pdf Installing ADMT Before installing ADMT, it is worth downloading the ADMT guide (see link below). The guide will show you which installs are supported. If you download the latest version of ADMT or SQL express you may have install problems and need to implement a workaround. Reading this guide will tell you which combination of software will work. http://www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=19188 Although possible, it is not recommended to install ADMT on a Domain Controller. The install itself may not work correctly and a workaround many need to be implemented in order to get ADMT to work correctly. Inter-Forest Migration This is when objects are being moved/copied between domains in different forests. The forest can be connected by any valid trust. Intra-Forest Migration This is when the objects are being moved/copied between domains that are in the same forest. Sid History A Sid is a unique number that every object in Active Directory has. When ADMT moves an object it essentially creates a new object in the target domain with the same properties. When a user is moved or copied, the user will have a different Sid than the old user. Because the new user has a different Sid, it will not be able to access any of the resources the old Sid had. Sid history allows Sid's for the old user to be stored with the new user. This essentially allows the new user to access resources that were assigned using the old Sid's. Demonstration In this demonstration ADMT 3.2 will be installed on Windows Server 2008 R2 with SQL Express 2008 SP1 providing the database support. We could not get SQL Express 2012 to work in this configuration and the ADMT guide recommended SQL Express 2008 SP1 to be used. If you run different version and have installation errors, search the Microsoft web site for the error. This may give you a workaround to get that configuration to work. Once ADMT is installed, it is matter of running the required wizard depending on what you want to migrate. When migrating groups, ADMT can be configured to put the user in the same groups that they had in the old domain. In order for this to work, the new domain needs to have those groups created with the same name as the old domain. If you want to migrate passwords between domains, you will need the Password Export Server to be installed in the other domain. Since the ADMT does not check the password policy of the new domain, the user will be asked to change their password when they login to the new domain. See http://YouTube.com/ITFreeTraining or http://itfreetraining.com for our always free training videos. This is only one video from the many free courses available on YouTube. References "MCTS 70-640 Configuring Windows Server 2008 Active Directory" pg 573 -- 576 "Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT) Guide" http://www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=19188 "Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT) Guide " http://www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=19188
Views: 157889 itfreetraining
AD in a Snap! Active Directory Tools for Microsoft Exchange Provisioning using rDirectory Templates
 
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Learn how to quickly create accounts and provision Active Directory users with an rDirectory template. Empower your Human Resources and other departments by delegating account creation and provisioning. Namescape's rDirectory is a leading web-based Active Directory solution for employee directories and secure identity management. Get your evaluation copy today at www.namescape.com
Views: 1814 namescape
HOW TO ADD/REMOVE (SNAP-IN) IN MICROSOFT MANAGEMENT CONSOLE (By Emmanuel Akpeokhai)
 
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HOW TO ADD/REMOVE (SNAP-IN) IN MICROSOFT MANAGEMENT CONSOLE (By Emmanuel Akpeokhai)
Views: 6053 Emmanuel Akpeokhai
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 05 The PowerShell in the shell: remoting
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
Exchange Ideas -  Faves: Management Tools
 
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The Exchange community shares thoughts about a favorite Exchange technology set: Management Tools. The Exchange Ideas video series: The Exchange community has people with great ideas, advice, information and opinions. We've been all over the world at different events to talk to customers, partners, Exchange team members, consultants, administrators and people about Exchange and what they want to share with others.
Views: 277 MSExchangeTeam
Custom Exchange Report Tool with PowerShell
 
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Mailscape makes it quick and easy to create detailed reports with Mailscape's built-in Report Wizard with 220 customizable reports.
Views: 360 ENow Software
Add-WindowsFeature AD-Domain-Services on Windows Server 2012r2
 
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* please support me to reach 1000 subscribers , THANK YOU * In this video you will see how to promote a Windows Server 2012r2 as a Domain Controller using the Add-WindowsFeature AD-Domain-Services,RSAT-AD-AdminCenter,RSAT-ADDS-Tools,GPMC Powershell command Add-WindowsFeature AD-Domain-Services,RSAT-AD-AdminCenter,RSAT-ADDS-Tools,GPMC dsac.exe
Views: 771 Denis Griffoni
MS Exchange ECP
 
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Microsoft Exchange ECP
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Create User Mailbox in Exchange 2016
 
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Create User Mailbox in Exchange 2016 1. Prepare - DC12 : Domain Controller : IP 10.0.0.12 - DC11 : Exchange Server : IP 10.0.0.11 2. Step by step - DC11 : + Start - Exchange Administrative Center - Log on - recipients - mailboxes tab - Click "+" - User mailbox - New user mail box : + Alias : vietkt + Existing - Browse... - Seclect vietkt - OK + More option - Browse... - Select Mailbox Database - OK - DC12 : + Test mailbox's vietkt : + Start - Internet Explorer - https://10.0.0.11/owa - Logon
Views: 943 microsoft lab
Exchange 2010 initilization failed - fixed by Enayat Meer
 
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Exchange 2010 console initializing failed due to missing WinRM-Ext. fixed by Enayat Meer step by step Windows Server 2008R2/Exchange 2010 environment
Views: 9277 Enayat Meer
Office 365 - Connect to Exchange Online using the Exchange Management Console
 
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For screen shots visit us at http://blogs.interfacett.com This DrillBit™ shows a quick tip for all of you who are using Exchange Online through Office 365. In addition to PowerShell, you can use the Exchange Management Console to connect your Office 365 tenant.
Views: 15788 InterfaceTT
Storage Options for Microsoft Exchange 2010
 
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This is a brief discussion of how the modular building block approach of the Dell EqualLogic PS Series iSCSI SAN allows for the reduction of up-front capital expense and ongoing operational expenses for Microsoft Exchange 2010 storage. http://www.dellstorage.com/application-integration/
Views: 679 DellTechCenter
How To Get Email Tabs in Active Directory
 
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Here is how to get email tabs in Active Directory. How to install RSAT Remote Server Administration Tools + Exchange Admin Tools and Active Directory Users and Computers on Windowws 7 64-bit.
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Installing Exchange 2010 in a Child Domain
 
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Installing Exchange 2010 in a Child Domain 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller(pns.vn) | DC2 : Addition Domain Controller(pns.vn) - DC3 : Child Domain Controller(Headquarter.pns.vn) | DC4 : Domain Member(Headquarter.pns.vn) - File install Exchange 2010 2. Step by step : Install exchange server 2010 on DC4 - DC2 : run commands prepare on root domain + Extra file Exchange to local C:\Exchange + Start - Right-click cmd - Run as administrator - cd C:\Exchange : + Setup /PrepareLegacyExchangePermissions + setup /PrepareSchema + setup /PrepareAD /OrganizationName:PNS + setup /PrepareDomain:headquarter.pns.vn - DC4 : Install Exchange 2010 + Logon using headquarter\administrator - Add pns\administrator to local administrators - logoff - logon using pns\administrator + Server Manager - Features - Add Features, select : .Net Framework 3.5.1 ..., Remote Server Administration Tools - AD DS Snap-Ins and command-line Tools - RPC over HTTP proxy + Role services, select : ASP.NET, Diguest authentication, Dynamic content compression, IIS 6 compatibility, IIS 6 Managenment Console - Next - Install - Restart server + Extra file Exchange to local C:\Exchange + Start - Right-click cmd - Run as administrator - cd C:\Exchange - Setup + Start - services.msc - Double-Click "Net.Tcp Port Sharing Service" - Startup type : Automatic - start - Restart server + Start - Right-click cmd - Run as administrator, type : + cd C:\Exchange - Setup == Install to finish
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Active Directory Migration From Windows 2008 to Windows 2016
 
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Migrating FSMO Flexible Single Master Operation roles to Windows Server 2016 Step 1: Login to Windows Server 2016 machine with domain admin credentials Step 2: Open active directory users and computers console. Right-click your domain and then click Operations Masters Step 3: Open RID tab and click Change. Step 4: When you are asked for confirmation, click Yes Step 5: Click OK Step 6: Repeat the steps from 3 to 5 for PDC and Infrastructure Roles Step 7: Open Active Directory Domains and Trust. Right-click your domain and then click Operations master Step 8: Repeat the steps from 3 to 5 for domain naming operations master Step 9: Open the command prompt and execute regsvr32 schmmgmt.dll Step 10: Click OK when a window appears Step 11: Open an Active Directory Schema Console in MMC and click File - Add/Remove Snap-in Step 12: Select Active Directory Schema from available snap-ins and click Add. Click OK Step 13: Right-click the Active Directory Schema in the console and then click Change Active Directory Domain Controller Step 14: Select Windows Server 2016 machine and click OK Step 15: Click OK Step 16: Again right-click Active Directory Schema and click Operations Master Step 17: Repeat the steps for 3 to 5 for schema master Step 18: Open Powershell with elevated privileges and execute "netdom query fsmo" command. Check if all the five FSMO roles have been transferred to Active Directory Domain Controller Windows Server 2016 Thanks, Guys !! for watching this video, Please subscribe my channel for more update. [email protected] http://www.rootzones.net/ [email protected] active directory migration from 2008 to 2016 migration of active directory 2008 to 2012 migration of active directory 2003 to 2016 active directory migration tool active directory migration tool step by step active directory migration from 2008r2 to 2012 step by step active directory migration tool download active directory migration active directory domain migration active directory migration from 2003 to 2012 step by step active directory migration from 2003 to 2016 quest active directory migration active directory migration services active directory migration steps Buy Online Computer Products from below link & this will provide small help to our channel: Amazon India: https://www.amazon.in/b/ref=as_li_qf_br_sr_il_tl?ie=UTF8&node=976392031&tag=rootzones-21&camp=3638&creative=24630&linkCode=as2&linkId=e4bbdf8297d184ca287b608c29bef58a Amazon Global: https://www.amazon.com/b/ref=as_li_qf_br_sr_il_tl?ie=UTF8&node=13900871&tag=rootzones-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&linkId=6a2066e1bad7d90f19612f201e0322a5 Lazada Singapore: Computer: http://ho.lazada.sg/SHd171?url_key=shop-computers-laptops Camera: http://ho.lazada.sg/SHd171?url_key=shop-cameras TV, Audio / Video, Gaming & Wearables : http://ho.lazada.sg/SHd171?url_key=shop-consumer-electronics
Views: 244 Root Zones
Pure Storage PowerShell ISE Add-on
 
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Demonstration of a prototype for the Pure Storage FlashArray Management PowerShell ISE Add-on.
Views: 272 Barkz
rapid exchange database provisioning using powershell and emc esi
 
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in this video mi demonstrate how to use emc esi powershell commandlets to provision luns and databases for exchange
Views: 82 Karsten Bott
NetApp SnapManager for Exchange
 
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Backup a Mailbox and recover a single mail using SM for Exchange from NetApp
Views: 1770 Chris Roberts
AZPosh: Mike F. Robbins - PowerShell Non-Monolithic Script Module Design
 
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Time: April 4th, 6PM Our Speaker: Mike F. Robbins Topic(s): PowerShell Non-Monolithic Script Module Design Creating a script module in PowerShell is a very simplistic process, but there are a number of reasons why you might not want to create one huge monolithic PSM1 script module file that contains all of your module’s functions. During this session, Microsoft MVP Mike F Robbins will demonstrate how to separate each of your module’s functions into its own dedicated PS1 file that’s dot-sourced from your script module’s PSM1 file along with discussing this design methodology and the challenges that it creates. Many times resolving one problem seems to create more problems such as cmdlets from other modules showing up as being exported by your module. The solution to these problems and more will be provided during this session. Mike will also demonstrate using a Pester test to validate that all of the functions are indeed exported along with using a function to help automate the module manifest update process when additional functions are added to your module. URL(s): mikefrobbins.com Location: Tek Systems 2625 South Plaza Drive Suite #301 : 3rd Floor in the main conference room. Tempe AZ
Mapeando o AD-Exchange com o Active Directory Topology Diagrammer (ADTD)
 
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Video sobre a ferramenta ADTD que pode ser utilizada para para mapear e documentar o Active Directory e o Exchange. Acompanhe o site www.paulosantanna.com Twitter: @paulo_santanna
Views: 2361 Paulo Santanna
Active Directory Users and Computers
 
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The Active Directory Users and Computers MMC Snap-in explained in a feature shock episode. Sorry about the intro sound.
Views: 207992 Edward Kench
New Site and Site Link Active Directory Powershell
 
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Link to more: http://www.computerchest.com Using New-ADReplicationSite cmdlet a second site is created. Then the New-ADReplicationSiteLink cmdlet is used to create a new link. Results are verified using Active Directory Sites and Services snap in.
Views: 211 Computer Chest
Windows 2008 Server - Powershell Installation
 
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Powershell installation on Windows 2008 Server For more video: www.curioushowto.com
Views: 155 vutran360
Install a non trusted Certificate to the Trusted Root Authorities
 
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In this video I will show you how to install a Certificate to your user and local computers Trusted Root Authorities Store. You will want to install a certificate to your trusted root certificate authorities store when you trust the service or website and they are using a non trusted certificate. They may have create the certificate themselves versus buying a certificate from an already trusted source which is why the certificate wouldnt be trusted. Http://WrinkleFreeIT.com/
Views: 78109 B14CK_H4WK
How to Detect Who Changed Exchange Mailbox Permissions via Netwrix Auditor
 
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This video is about how to detect who changed Exchange mailbox permissions via Netwrix Auditor
Views: 345 Netwrix
Windows Server 2016 - Install SMTP and Configure, Test (How To Step by Step)
 
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SMTP Test Client https://github.com/CodeCowboyOrg/SimpleSMTPClient/releases How to Install, Configure and Test SMTP Relay Server on Windows 2016
Views: 85758 CodeCowboyOrg
Installing Edge transport role on Exchange Server 2010
 
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Installing Edge transport role on Exchange Server 2010 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller (pns.vn) , IP 10.0.0.1 | DC2 : Exchange Server , IP 10.0.0.2 - DC3 : Running Windows Server 2008 R2 (Workgroup - Installing Edge transport role), IP 10.0.0.3 | File install Exchange 2010 2. Step by step : Installing Edge transport role on DC3 - DC3 : Installing Edge transport role + Point DNS to DC1 (10.0.0.1) + Click File Explorer - Right-click Computer - Change settings - Change... - More... - Primary DNS suffix of this comouter : pns.vn - Restart + Server Manager - Features - Add Features, select : + .Net Framework 3.5.1 ... + Remote Server Administration Tools - .... - AD DS Snap-Ins and command-line Tools + RPC over HTTP proxy - Role services, select : + ASP.NET + Diguest authentication + Dynamic content compression + IIS 6 compatibility + IIS 6 Managenment Console - Install + Start - services.msc - Double-Click "Net.Tcp Port Sharing Service" - Startup type : Automatic === Restart server + Create a new folder named Exchange on C:, extract file install into folder Exchange + Right-click Setup.exe - Run as administrator - Click 'Step 4 : Install Microsoft Exchange' - Next to 'Installation Type' : Choose 'Custom Exchange Server Installation', tick 'Automatically install Windows Server roles...' - Server Role Selection : Choose 'Edge Transport Role' - Next to Finish - Restart --------------------------------------------******************** Youtube.com/c/MicrosoftLab ********************-------------------------------------------
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Exchange 2013 installation on Windows Server 2012
 
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Exchange 2013 installation on Windows Server 2012 Prerequisites: Install-WindowsFeature AS-HTTP-Activation, Desktop-Experience, NET-Framework-45-Features, RPC-over-HTTP-proxy, RSAT-Clustering, RSAT-Clustering-CmdInterface, RSAT-Clustering-Mgmt, RSAT-Clustering-PowerShell, Web-Mgmt-Console, WAS-Process-Model, Web-Asp-Net45, Web-Basic-Auth, Web-Client-Auth, Web-Digest-Auth, Web-Dir-Browsing, Web-Dyn-Compression, Web-Http-Errors, Web-Http-Logging, Web-Http-Redirect, Web-Http-Tracing, Web-ISAPI-Ext, Web-ISAPI-Filter, Web-Lgcy-Mgmt-Console, Web-Metabase, Web-Mgmt-Console, Web-Mgmt-Service, Web-Net-Ext45, Web-Request-Monitor, Web-Server, Web-Stat-Compression, Web-Static-Content, Web-Windows-Auth, Web-WMI, Windows-Identity-Foundation, RSAT-ADDS Microsoft Unified Communications Managed API 4.0, Core Runtime 64-bit: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=34992 Microsoft Office 2010 Filter Pack 64 bit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17062 Microsoft Office 2010 Filter Pack SP1 64 bit: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=26604 .\setup /Preparead /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms /OrganizationName:"Your Organization Name" .\setup /PrepareSchema /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms .\setup /Preparealldomains /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms
Views: 946 BrainFart0
Windows7, Server 2008: Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
 
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The Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is a tool that has been around since Windows 2000. It's a way to create custom applets for various aspects for managing your computers. It may be be used locally or remotely. The nice thing is that if you use a control center applet frequently, you can use the MMC to create a quick launch icon on your desktop for it. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Views: 47544 Chris Walker
Exchange Technical Video Series - Management Tools
 
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This is the Management installment of the Exchange Technical Video Series produced by the Exchange team at Microsoft. In this video, Jim Lucey and Ann Vu talk about the different Management interfaces used in Exchange 2010. This video includes demonstrations of three common scenarios related to Exchange Management: 1) End-User Self-Service 2) Specialty Exchange Administrator 3) Full Exchange Administrator
Views: 962 MSExchangeTeam
Discover PowerShell - Module In Session
 
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Create a custom script module, which can import functions into a session using Windows PowerShell 3.
Views: 510 Michael West
Active Directory Administrative Center  in windows server 2012 R2
 
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Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 In the Windows Server® 2003 and Windows Server 2008 operating systems, administrators could manage and publish information in their Active Directory® environments by using the Active Directory Users and Computers Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in. Beginning in Windows Server 2008 R2, in addition to using Active Directory Users and Computers, administrators can manage their directory service objects by using the new Active Directory Administrative Center. Note:- The version of Active Directory Administrative Center that is included in Windows Server 2012 has additional improvements, including a Windows PowerShell History Viewer to help you learn Active Directory cmdlets. For more information, see Active Directory Administrative Center Enhancements. Built on Windows PowerShell™ command-line interface technology, Active Directory Administrative Center provides network administrators with an enhanced Active Directory data management experience and a rich graphical user interface (GUI). Administrators can use Active Directory Administrative Center to perform common Active Directory object management tasks through both data-driven navigation and task-oriented navigation. You can use Active Directory Administrative Center to perform the following Active Directory administrative tasks: Create new user accounts or manage existing user accounts Create new groups or manage existing groups Create new computer accounts or manage existing computer accounts Create new organizational units (OUs) and containers or manage existing OUs Connect to one or several domains or domain controllers in the same instance of Active Directory Administrative Center, and view or manage the directory information for those domains or domain controllers Filter Active Directory data by using query-building search In addition, you can use the enhanced GUI to customize Active Directory Administrative Center to suite your particular directory service administering requirements. This can help improve your productivity and efficiency as you perform common Active Directory object management tasks.
Views: 4968 Chandramani Sahu
Active Directory Management Challenges and Solutions
 
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Learn how to manage and report on your Active Directory, Office 365, Exchange Server and Google Apps environments, easily and quickly without struggling with PowerShell scripts. In this webinar, you will learn about: -- One-stop provisioning of AD, Exchange, & O365 accounts using all-inclusive templates. -- Office 365 user and license management. -- Ensuring that no basic security group is linked iteratively to a top admin group. -- Find out who has access to confidential data and cleanup inappropriate permissions. -- Delegating AD tasks to HR and IT help desk, without elevating their AD permissions. -- Automating crucial AD routines such as cleaning up (de-provisioning) inactive users and computers To learn more visit:https://www.manageengine.com/products/ad-manager/features.html?YouTube Download Free Trial:https://www.manageengine.com/products/ad-manager/download.html?YouTube Product Live Demo:http://demo.admanagerplus.com/?YouTube
Page44-46exercise1 Create a Custom MMC
 
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In this exercise , you create a custom MMC with the active directory users and computers, active directory schema, and computers management snap- in
Views: 358 MyIntelectualSide
Creating and Managing Windows Containers (Part 2) (Richard Siddaway)
 
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Windows Containers are a new lightweight virtualization option in Windows Server 2016. In this session you’ll be introduced to Windows Containers and shown the difference between a Container and virtual machine. You’ll learn how to configure a machine to support containers, how to create and manage containers using the PowerShell Container module. Containers are available on Linux machines and you’ll learn how manage Windows or Linux based containers using the Docker API. This will be a code heavy session with a maximum of demonstration and minimum of slides.
How to create user accounts in Active Directory Server 2012
 
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There are several methods to create user account in server 2012 domain controller. You can create user account from AD Users and Computers snap-in, using DsAdd command in command prompt, using New-ADUser cmdlet in WindowsPowershell and from AD Administrative Center.
Views: 10585 System Recipes
9 NetApp Terms You Need to Know
 
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Reliant Technology http://www.reliant-technology.com 1.877.227.0828 This video goes over some basic NetApp terminology such as: SnapMirror MetroCluster SnapVault WAFL OnCommand Data ONTAP Aggregate 7-Mode Clustered Data ONTAP Video Summary: SnapMirror: SnapMirror is basically a way to duplicate a data, either within the same data center from one system to another just as a local backup, or rolled up to a remote site. It can be synchronous or asynchronous. The SnapMirror is asynchronous or synchronous and it's used to move data between two NetApp systems at the same site or two separate sites. MetroCluster: MetroCluster requires that you have two identical systems, same setup, same configuration and it's synchronous real time. It's a cluster all the heads work together. Say you lose a whole site, you're still up and running. SnapMirror is just a copy. Only one type running at a time. With MetroCluster you have both systems working active-active. But you have to have the same two. Everything has to be identical, ONTAP version, everything, OS, the disks have to be identical. Everything. SnapVault: SnapVault is taking your SnapMirror copies and basically marking them as an archive forever. They can't be deleted, well they can, but you have to go through some trouble. You can't accidentally delete a vault. It's for long-term storage of your SnapMirror protected data. Let's say you've got 2 sites. You're running Exchange over here and you're SnapMirroring all your data over here. But over here, they're the same disks, expensive SAS disks. You SnapVault then to vault that data off to 6TB drives that are much cheaper. SnapVault - you've got 2 sites. You got one in GA and one in CA. You're migrating data to protect it to California. Once it gets to California, you might want to create an archive copy for long-term retention to another class of disk using SnapVault. WAFL: WAFL is the lowest level. It's the file system. And it stands for “Write Anywhere File Layout” which basically means within an aggregate you want to write a file it's going to put it wherever it wants. If I have a file it's not just going to write to one drive, it's going to write it all over the place simultaneously so that you have better write performance. Will it also impact read performance too? Definitely. For sure, because the more spindles, the faster you have access. OnCommand: OnCommand is NetApp's suite of software that replaced FilerView. Basically it controls all your file heads within a site or multiple sites. Nowadays, rather than go on a command file on a particular filer and set up an aggregate and volume, etc., you go to one single pane of glass, one GUI, and you can see all your disks, all your volumes. If you need to grow a volume you do it there, even if you need to create a new one. Data ONTAP: That's the operating system. It's the Windows for filers let's say. Just so I understand the difference between ONTAP and OnCommand, ONTAP is the operating system, and OnCommand allows you manipulate the OS or access the OS. You wouldn't necessarily control ONTAP with OnCommand because ONTAP is the operating system. But you control all the features that you run on ONTAP. Aggregate: An aggregate is a pool of disks basically. Your volumes lives within your aggregates. We'll go into Raid DP, Raid Dual Parity. You have to have at least 3 drives. You can lose one of those drives and still be up and running. Why would you have multiple aggregates on one filer? What would that allow you do, versus just one? It may be performance, depending on the app that's running on one particular volume. You may have a heavy-hitting Outlook or Exchange, or Oracle. You want them to have their own aggregate so that they don't affect performance of the other aggregate. 7-Mode: 7-Mode is the older ONTAP version from that app. It's still supported. It's not supported on the 8000 series. It is on the 2500 series but it's still supported on all the older filers but they're phasing it out. 7-Mode is the older operating system that a lot of people have, but they're moving to something called Cluster Data On Tap. They're doing that because with 7-Mode you can only have 2 controllers. Clustered Data ONTAP: With Cluster Mode you can have depending on the model, you can have up to 16 heads in a single cluster. What that let's you do is say you have a hardware problem with one head and you've got 6 heads in your cluster. You got to yank a whole head out, fix it, put it back, nothing goes down.
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