Exchange Client Network Bandwidth Calculator BETA2

Hi folks, If you are trying to convince your boss how the bandwidth benefits of moving those remote users to OWA specially in Exchange Server 2010 the Exchange Client Network Bandwidth calculator is your tool, in this release the team added support to Office 365 and they also said that next release will have support for Outlook 2011 for Mac. Check it out some of the new features of this new release (Beta2) that I copied from the original post: Corrected Outlook 2003 network latency requirements Provided some Office 365 context help Added Office 365 icon against recommended Office 365 … Continue reading Exchange Client Network Bandwidth Calculator BETA2

Introducing: Log Parser Studio

MSExchangeTeam announced Log Parser Studio (LPS) which helps a lot using a great user interface which helps a lot. Anyone who regularly uses Log Parser 2.2 knows just how useful and powerful it can be for obtaining valuable information from IIS (Internet Information Server) and other logs. In addition, adding the power of SQL allows explicit searching of gigabytes of logs returning only the data that is needed while filtering out the noise. The only thing missing is a great graphical user interface (GUI) to function as a front-end to Log Parser and a ‘Query Library’ in order to manage … Continue reading Introducing: Log Parser Studio

Lync client and multimedia devices in a VDI solution

Hi folks, Nowadays, a lot of companies are looking at VDI as a solution and the collaboration where Lync plays a main role in this subject must be validated. This video can shed some light on the topics and the capabilities available with Citirx and Microsoft. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OX3ERi0tNFY&feature=player_embedded#! Cheers, Anderson Patricio http://www.andersonpatricio.ca (English) Twitter: @apatricio Facebook: http://facebook.com/APatricioCA

Released: Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool (OCAT)

Hi folks, MSExchange Team blogged Today about OCAT (Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool) the introduction and the link to continue reading can be found below. OCAT was developed by two Microsoft support engineers with over 30 years of combined experience in Outlook, Exchange and Office support. Based on their support experience, they compiled a set of detection rules that look for Outlook configurations that have historically been potential sources of problems in Outlook. The tool looks and feels like Microsoft Exchange Best Practices Analyzer (ExBPA) – the same infrastructure used by ExBPA was chosen for the development and final implementation of … Continue reading Released: Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool (OCAT)