Exchange Server 2016 Installation Guide - Video

Exchange Server 2016 Installation Guide - Video

29 July 2015
A short video has been uploaded to share you the process of installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2016. The video gives you an idea about preparing a new infrastructure for Exchange Server 2016, however you might need to work on understanding the co-existence scenario. If you have not gone through the earlier articles including the installation guide, please do so to understand in detail. Step by Step Installation Guide – Exchange…
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Step by Step Installation Guide – Exchange Server 2016, preview version

Step by Step Installation Guide – Exchange Server 2016, preview version

28 July 2015
I have tried to make it simple on how to install your first Exchange Server 2016 on a Windows Server 2012 r2 infrastructure. My Lab, One Domain Controller (Windows Server 2008 r2 Std), and the functional level is Windows 2008 r2 (you may chose 2012 as well). – DC1 One Member Server (Windows Server 2012 r2 Std) – EX1 Domain Name is ed.com (I used short form of ExchangeDictionary.com) Once…
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Exchange Server 2016 Preview is now Availabe for Download

Exchange Server 2016 Preview is now Availabe for Download

26 July 2015
As communnicated by MS, the preview version of Exchange Server 2016 is now available for download. Get your hands dirty with the new version of Exchange and share the experiences. Download Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 - Preview The fillowing articles are shared earlier in view of new features n Exchange Server 2016, go through then if you have not done so earlier. Exchange Server 2016 Architecture, farewell to CAS role…
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Reconfigure Internal URLs with Registered Domain - New 3rd Party SSL Certificates Standards

Reconfigure Internal URLs with Registered Domain - New 3rd Party SSL Certificates Standards

20 July 2015
As you are aware, by November 2015, the 3rd party SSL providers will stop supporting the internal domain names if you don’t own them publically. For example, if you use domain.local as internal domain, then please be aware that the 3rd party CAs will stop issuing certificates with these internal names with effect from November 2015. In simple words, you can only get SSL certificates for the domains you own…
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Office 2016 Preview - Available for Download

Office 2016 Preview - Available for Download

31 May 2015
All new Microsoft Office 2016 is now available for download and evaluation. The prevew installation requires internet connectivity however it downloads the product pretty fast. Office 2016 Preview Direct Download Please be aware, this is only a preview version. If you have many add-ins works with application such as outlook, be aware that you would only have one outlook instance (app) running at a given time. The installation does not…
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Meet Exchange Server 2016 - Microsoft Ignite 2015

Meet Exchange Server 2016 - Microsoft Ignite 2015

11 May 2015
I recently posted couple of articles discussing the Exchagne Server 2016 features and changes (Exchange Server 2016 Architecture, farewell to CAS role & Coming Soon - A first look at Exchange Server 2016 & On-Premises Version is to Stay). Take a look at the video, and explore more details on the new On-Premise version Exchange, Exchange Server 2016.   -Praveen
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Exchange Server 2016 Architecture, farewell to CAS role

Exchange Server 2016 Architecture, farewell to CAS role

06 May 2015
The Exchange Server 2016 built on the similar architecture as in Exchange Server 2013, with one major change by removing the Client Access Server role. MS has removed Client Access Server role and introduced client access services to the Mailbox role. As a result, the Mailbox server role contains, 1. The logic to route protocol requests to the correct destination endpoint 2. Hosts all of the components and/or protocols that…
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Coming Soon - A first look at Exchange Server 2016 & On-Premises Version is to Stay.

Coming Soon - A first look at Exchange Server 2016 & On-Premises Version is to Stay.

20 April 2015
According to the information available from Microsoft Exchange Team, the on-premises release is planned to ship in the second half of this year (2015). As always, they convey the message that there are new features, enhancements, and refinements that add up to goodness on the way for end users, IT, and your organization as a whole. From the blog, some of the highlights of the new versions are, - A…
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