Troubleshooting Exchange certificate Issues with Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW)

Hell Everyone, sometimes when you try to setup you Exchange 2010/2013 to be in coexistence mode with office 365 – Exchange online, you faced an issue with Hybrid configuration wizard which cannot get your 3rd part exchange certificate even if it’s installed on the CAS servers. Also, simply HCW will not give you the chance to …

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Hybrid Configuration Wizard – Stuck at Configuring MRS setting Issue

Hello everyone, Recently i am working in a project to Migrate Exchange 2013 to office 365, The environment include exchange 2013 coexistence with exchange 2007. There is around 20 sites distributed around the world with around 40 exchange servers. when i tried to configure the Hybrid configuration wizard in exchange 2013 it stuck in the …

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Windows Azure – Virtual Machines Concept and Implementation

Hello Everybody, we already discussed in many articles the azure cloud services, Azure Virtual machines and azure storage account. Today in this article we will discuss about how to implement Azure virtual machines and some important concepts. Always keep in mind to place all resources in same physical ( Region ) location. Now since the …

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Windows Azure – Storage Account

Hello everybody, Again with another new topic, we will discuss in this article about azure storage account. as we discussed before, when you thinking about azure infrastructure you need to implement cloud service which is the container which will hold infrastructure resources. After that we learned how to implement a virtual Network, and as we …

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Microsoft Office 365 – Operational Guide for beginners

Small businesses can save a good chunk of both time and money by using hosted software tools and harnessing the power of cloud computing. Software as a Service (SaaS) makes great sense for small businesses — you only pay for what you need and someone else does the work of data backup, security and updates. Microsoft recently …

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