Microsoft has just announced they have released a tool that allow admins to automatically crawl users computers and import PST files into Exchange Online or Exchange 2010.
Thanks to the following blog for the info:
Lewan joins a short list of 31 companies throughout the entire United States as a Citrix Platinum level partner! Congrats to our Enterprise System and Storage group for all of their hard work to make this possible!
Here’s a link to our company profile on the Citrix Partner website:
If you need assistance with Citrix or a virtualization solution, including virtual desktop, contact your Lewan Sales Executive to get started.
Found some very helpful information over on Duncan’s website Yellow Bricks.com regarding the management network and jumbo frames, on vSphere 5.
For our reference, I’ve copied the content below:
“Another thing to check if you experience this error is to see if you have jumbo frames enabled on the management network, since this interferes with HA communication.”
This is document here in a note: http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2006729
To make it crystal clear: disable jumbo frames on your management network with vSphere 5.0 as there’s a problem with it! This problem is currently being investigated by the HA engineering team and will hopefully be resolved.
Obviously this isn’t something that you would do a lot, but in case you need to know how, here’s how you can reset all user passwords in a Microsoft Office 365 environment:
Help on accessing Office 365 powershell:
Once your connected run the following commands:
Connect-MsolService -cred $cred
Get-Command -Module msonline
Get-msoluser |set-msoluserpassword -newpassword “password” -forcechangepassword $false
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