How to use ESEUTIL to repair/recover Exchange Databses?

Health of a databse: Run Eseutil /mh “Path of the database” and check the state of the database. 1. State= Clean Shutdown Move log files from the Transaction logs folder location and mount the databse 2. State= Dirty Shutdown Ensure that the log files required is in a Clean state by performing Eseutil /ml “Path … Continue reading “How to use ESEUTIL to repair/recover Exchange Databses?”

Vocabulary and Acronyms in Hyper-V

Vocabulary and Acronyms in Hyper–V APIC: Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller is a device which allows priority levels to be assigned to its interrupt outputs. Hypercall: The Hypercall is the interface for communication with the hypervisor.. Guests communicate with the hypervisor via Hypercalls. Management Operating System (OS):  Manages machine–level functions such as device drivers, power management, … Continue reading “Vocabulary and Acronyms in Hyper-V”

Faster method to check Exchange autodiscovery

1. Check host (A) record for your domain that points to the server hosting autodiscovery. Run nslookup Server: Address: X.X.X.X Name: Address: X.X.X.X 2. Access your autodiscovery service using a web browser. The URL you should use is : http://autodiscover.<your domain>/autodiscover/autodiscover.xml You should receive some XML with an error in it, as shown below, and that’s … Continue reading “Faster method to check Exchange autodiscovery”

Global Catalog and Infrastructure Master

Infrastructure Master role in Global Catalog Server The infrastructure master compares objects of the local domain against objects in other domains of the same forest. If the server holding the infrastructure master role is also a global catalog it won’t ever see any differences, since the global catalog holds a partitial copy of every object in the … Continue reading “Global Catalog and Infrastructure Master”

Delete a disconnected mailboxes in exchange 2010

Here I am presenting the way which I follows to remove a disconnected mailbox from the exchange 2010 server. To get the information on mailbox of the deleted user and disconnected mailboxes you can use the following cmdlet: Get-MailboxStatistics -Database “Mailbox Database 1” | Where-Object {$_.DisconnectDate -Notlike $NULL} | FL DisplayName, DisconnectDate, MailboxGuid The result will … Continue reading “Delete a disconnected mailboxes in exchange 2010”

About My Microsoft MVP Award

Microsoft MVP Award for 2011 This morning I received an email from Microsoft with some great news: Dear Manu Philip, Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2011 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate … Continue reading “About My Microsoft MVP Award”