Tag Archive: Exchange

Dec 07

How to: Resolve error “Computer/Name Domain Changes. The following error occurred attempting to join the domain: The requested resource is in use.”

How to: Resolve error “Computer/Name Domain Changes. The following error occurred attempting to join the domain: The requested resource is in use.” One of my latest missteps was not completing the migration of all servers to the new domain name when I performed an Active Directory Domain Name change. Well, one of the unintended consequences …

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Nov 07

How to: Recover an Exchange server using the RecoverServer switch

How to: Recover an Exchange server using the RecoverServer switch So a bit of background: I was performing a migration from onPremise to Cloud Mailboxes and the hardware the VM was running on was not the fastest. So I had this great idea: Perform a scheduled fail over to the faster server and continue working …

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Nov 07

Resolve: Setup Failure Occurred While Installing a Server Role_InstallWatermark

Resolve: Setup Failure Occurred While Installing a Server Role_InstallWatermark Generally speaking this error is caused when an installation fails abruptly or is interrupted and a Server Role that was in the process of being installed as part of an Exchange installation is not completely installed. Under the hood what happens is that there is a …

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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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Jul 27

What is Store.exe? Why does it use almost all my memory?

Exchange 2010 store.exe service   Store.exe is a service that is part of Microsoft Exchange server 2010 and is found on your mailbox server. Many people come across this process as it is known to use a lot of memory from the host machine. If you are running an Exchange server on your machine you …

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