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Exchange 2010 UM QoS Policy – A Picture Story

Setting up QoS (Quality of Service) Marking for Exchange 2010 UM As promised here is a high level picture guide on how to set up the QoS marking GPO for Exchange 2010 UM to mark outbound RTP traffic as DSCP 46 – EF. The pictures are for a local policy but the same idea applies …

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Cisco TMS & IIS Authentication

TMS & IIS You Need to Play Nice! So one of the many projects I have is to upgrade our aged and dusty legacy Tandberg Management System version 10. To a new shiny Cisco TMS system version 14.1.1. Given the limited number of endpoints we decided to forgo the pain of doing an upgrade and …

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Exchange 2010 UM Quality of Service (QoS) – You Hurt Me So

First a story, and by story I mean rant: So I know QoS and Microsoft are like oil and water. As much as they would beg to differ they don’t really want to know about the network layer they run on. They would just like to assume we all have 10Gbe links everywhere including to …

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CommVault 7 and Exchange 2007

I don’t know how many of you out there use the commvault backup system however I know the process of getting it to grab Exchange 2007 mailboxes on Windows Server 2008 is quite the ordeal. However after much frustration I have a resolution and will document the steps. Build Windows Server 2008 Install and configure …

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Post UNO

So I’ve decided to start blogging. For those of you that know me you probably guessed by the title it will be job related. For those that don’t here’s a synopsis for what I do.Title: Sr. Infrastructure Administrator (for now we’re in a merger could change who knows)Job Functions: EVERYTHING! more specifically: MS Windows Server …

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