Tag Archive: Database

Aug 20

SQL Server 2012: How to copy a database from one server to another using the Copy Database Wizard

SQL Server 2012: How to copy a database from one server to another using the Copy Database Wizard I was provisioning my SQL box when I found I didn´t need an already provisioned Windows Server box I had used for Exchange 2013. Lazy enough I installed SQL Server 2012 on my already installed Windows box. …

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Mar 20

How to: Resolve error The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object ‘proc_putObjectTVP’, database ‘SharePoint_Config’ when using SharePoint 2013

How to: Resolve error The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object ‘proc_putObjectTVP’, database ‘SharePoint_Config’ when using SharePoint 2013 My saga with SharePoint is still far from over apparently. The latest and greatest error message found on the event log reads “How to: Resolve error The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object ‘proc_putObjectTVP’, database ‘SharePoint_Config’ when …

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Mar 11

How to: Move Mailboxes to another Exchange Server 2013

How to: Move Mailboxes to another Exchange Server 2013 So again, another fun day thanks to the folks at Microsoft (or my karma… I am really debating on that one). For some reason my CAS server stopped working properly and after spending a whole day trying to figure out why I can’t log back in I …

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Mar 02

How to: Export all your organization’s Exchange Mailboxes to .pst files

How to: Export all your organization’s Exchange Mailboxes to .pst files Sometimes for backup, migration or disaster recovery purposes it is necessary to export your Exchange’s mailboxes. Although through time the method has changed and at a point in time it required Outlook to be installed on your server, life is better now. Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 …

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Jan 20

Scripts for Managing Public Folders in the Exchange Management Shell

Scripts for Managing Public Folders in the Exchange Management Shell Below is an article published by Microsoft on the different scripts available to manage public folders. This can come in useful in a number of scenarios including How to move Public Folders when moving to a new Exchange Server. The original article can be found …

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Jan 20

How to: Move folder replicas to another public folder database

How to: Move folder replicas to another public folder database Another common error to run across when uninstalling Exchange 2010 is the following: Error: Uninstall cannot continue. Database ‘Public Folder Database 1587193804’: The public folder database “Public Folder Database 1587193804” contains folder replicas. Before deleting the public folder database, remove the folders or move the replicas …

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Jan 20

How to: Move Arbitration Mailboxes in Exchange 2010

How to: Move Arbitration Mailboxes in Exchange 2010 When trying to demote my SBS 2011 one of the steps was to uninstall Exchange 2010 from the machine. As many of you will find out the uninstall process requires some work. I recommend reading the more detailed article on How to remove the default database in Exchange …

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Jul 26

How to: Configure SQL Server for Microsoft Threat Management Gateway (TMG) logging

How to Configure TMG logging to use a central SQL Server store The default log settings for Forefront TMG are set to a local Microsoft SQL Server Express 2008 SP1 database. During the Forefront TMG installation a local Microsoft SQL Server Express database will be installed. If you want to change this local SQL Server …

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Jun 12

How to maintain a centralized repository of the db schema and have it under source control

A question on many development projects that use a database is how to share that database with the entire development team and keep up a centralized, version controlled version of the schema which can be easily shared, deployed and maintained. Visual Studio 2010 steps up to the challenge with the database projects.  You can easily …

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