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TechTips

Public Group | Founded: 24 Mar 2009 | Serving 2 members

TechTips are technical tips intended to help our customers use our products more effectively, through best practices, configuration and deployment information, and timely topics such as migration or policy compliance.

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New article 26 May 2009
File system archiving (FSA) optimizes storage and ensures that corporate data retention policies are maintained. You can better manage corporate compliance through user classification of files into the archive and customize key elements of FSA by ...
New article 26 May 2009
Deployment options for virtual machines differ from those of physical appliances. The use of virtual machines allows customers to maximize the use of server hardware, increases deployment options, and allows for the easy adjustment of capacity. ...
New article 13 May 2009
When you have to take your system offline because of a hardware problem or migration, you need to restore your operations as quickly and efficiently as possible so you can get back to business. The key to a successful system recovery is having a fully ...
New article 13 May 2009
Servers are investments: They represent hours of installation, configuration, and patching.Those investments can be lost in an instant through a variety of failures. Restoring a server involves hours or days spent searching for disks and drivers, ...
New article 13 May 2009
Microsoft launched Exchange Server 2007 this past summer, and if you're like many IT administrators, you're contemplating an upgrade. Exchange 2007 boasts 64-bit architecture, which allows for both larger mailboxes and more mailboxes per server. In ...
New article 13 May 2009
PST files (also known as Personal Folders or Outlook data files) were not designed to handle the rigorous demands of today’s large-scale corporate email requirements. However, many companies move email from Exchange into PST files for retention. ...