After having some speed issues I wanted to create a script to document these into an easy to access table that I could see what was happening. So rather than reinventing the wheel, Ookla offer a Python application that will… Continue Reading →
I was struggling in finding a way to export all SendConnector details including multivalue fields to a CSV file during an Exchange 2010 – 2016 Hybrid soloution plan. So I wrote the following script to do so.
I am iniating a project where I am going to have to setup potentially 2-300 new VMs to upgrade existing infrastructure. They’re all based on Hyper V so it makes sense to script this so it can be quickly deployed… Continue Reading →
I’ve been meaning to get something like this together for a while, so it will be an always evolving script. Currently it outputs to a single line in a CSV per machine, but I hope to change this to give… Continue Reading →
I have a need to provide certain stats every month for our managerial teams on some of our contracts. One of which is the Terminal Services licensing. So instead of emailing them when they remember to ask us for it,… Continue Reading →
I have adapted the “Modern Exchange Environment Check” from Satheshwaran Manoharan and for use on a Exchange Server 2016 environment. Added to the already excelent script is the following Section Headers MailboxDB provisioning Status Whitespace check Exchange Log Dir Size Exchange Server… Continue Reading →
Logs can be the bain of any Exchange Environment when things aren’t going well…
This script will read from a CSV and will email users who’s smart card logon Certificates are going to expire with-in the next 30 days. It will give them a stock email with instructions on how to renew their certificate. It… Continue Reading →
I cannot take credit for this script, but thought that I would share it as it is a fantastic script which worked a treat for me. This script should create the same amount of Exchange Mailboxes into each MailboxDB.
In a newly created Exchange 2016 on premise installation I inherited support of, we had 60 MailboxDBs. Users were supposed to be provisioned into these evenly from the old environment, but they were lumped into two of the DBs rather… Continue Reading →