17 Resolutions for sysadmins this year

As we bring 2016 to a close, it’s only natural to start to consider what the new year will bring. What bad habits will we finally drop. What good ones will we adopt?

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It’s that time again! Q4 updates for Exchange 2016, 2013, 2010, and even 2007

Just as Santa’s elves were busy busy busy getting ready for Christmas, so too were the developers at Microsoft on the Exchange team.

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Are you ready for the new Exchange APIs?

The three new Microsoft Exchange APIs can handle more than just emails, are more open-standards friendly and based on REST, and are simpler to use than EWS.

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How to stop users from installing software and breaking things?

No matter how good a sysadmin you are, there will always be users that will install something bad and break their computers. Here are a few tricks you can use to stop them.

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Installing Exchange 2016 on Windows Server 2016? Not so fast!

If you are considering deploying the latest Exchange on the latest version of Windows Server, be aware there’s a major and yet unfixed bug.

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11 most useful PowerShell commands for remote management

Using PowerShell for managing remote computers quickly and efficiently has been one of its main advantages. If you’re not familiar with it, these commands will get you up to speed.

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10 reasons to upgrade your enterprise to Windows 10

Sticking to Windows 7 may seem logical for you and your company, but are you aware of all the features you’re missing out, which can make daily system administration much easier.

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How to avoid becoming a part of a DDoS attack?

Considering the magnitude of the recent DDoS attack on Dyn, that almost brought down the internet, all sysadmins must take action to prevent their devices from taking part in future attacks.

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Cached versus Online mode – which one is better for you?

Various configuration scenarios fit companies differently. Whether your Outlook users will be using cached or online mode depends on a wide range of factors.

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New ways to connect: MAPI over HTTP

With the workforce going mobile, connecting with on-site Exchange servers became a challenge. This new protocol provides a secure and reliable solution.

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