Remember servername is CASE SENSITIVE! So if the oldserver is all with small letters, and you type them with CAPS, it will change nothing 🙂 Credits go to: https://www.experts-exchange.com/members/justinyeung.html
Two domain controllers have perfect replication via Active Directory, but the “File Replication Service” eventlogs, shows many errors and the NETLOGON share is missing on both domain controllers, which will give user login problems and Active Directory tools cannot be opened, claiming that access is denied. Event log on both servers: Using this article – even though it’s old: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/290762 We can read this: Attempt nonauthoritative restores only after you discover FRS dependencies and you… NTFRS replication is going AWOL
After a complete Exchange 2013 migration, everything works, but some users are complaining, that their mobile devices are not being updated with e-mails anymore. You try to delete their account and add it again, all is good when doing that, but the Inbox stays empty! This is mostly common to the Active Directory permissions, not being inherited on the users object, so try this (On server 2012 R2, but looks almost the same on 2008… Exchange migrated, ActiveSync not working as supposed
During an Exchange migration, where the users have several domains spread among them, I needed to find a script that looks into the SMTP Proxyaddress of the user object, and changes the UPN for that user to match the ProxyAddress. I did’nt have to search long, before I found this page: Change UPN (based on Primary Email) based on SMTP: in proxy addresses Copy the following into a .ps1 file and run it directly from… Change UPN (based on Primary Email) based on SMTP proxy address
If you in ex. want to enable Autodiscover for your mail clients, they need to have their e-mail as their username, and there for the UPN (Universal principal name), has to be changed from domain\user to email@example.com. Here is how to do this in Active Directory, and then via PowerShell, change it on all the already created, user accounts. Open Active Directory Domains and Trusts Right-click “Active Directory Domains and Trusts and choose “Properties” Now… Create a new UPN and use it as default for all your users
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