How to find /3GB without using boot.ini

Hello Folks, It might be useful for the Exchange Server 2003 admins. The Performance Team explained three different ways to find out if the /3GB is enabled, as follows: We’ve talked a lot about the /3GB switch and its effect on system resources in previous posts. Today we are going to discuss how to determine whether or not /3GB is enabled on a 32-bit system without looking at the boot.ini file or using MSCONFIG.EXE. Finding out this information is not as difficult as you would think – there are actually multiple ways to find this information. We are going to … Continue reading How to find /3GB without using boot.ini

DPM Server protecting Exchange Server

Hello Folks, DPM protects either Exchange Server 2003 SP2 or Exchange Server 2007. During the protection group wizard we are able to copy the ese.dll and eseutil.exe in order to run eseutil to validate the backup process on the DPM side to decrease the workload in Exchange Servers. Basically we just need to copy both files from the Exchange Server box to DPM Server, but we have some variables such as: Which DPM are we running? (x64 or 32bits), Exchange 2003 doesn’t run in x64, Exchange Server 2007 doesn’t run in 32bits. To resolve this issue of DPM version versus … Continue reading DPM Server protecting Exchange Server

Data Protection Manager 2007 Storage Calculator

Hello folks, The DPM Team has released a DPM 2007 Storage Calculator for Exchange Server. Read more at source: Best Regards,Anderson Patricio Technorati : DPM, Storage Calculator : DPM, Storage Calculator Ice Rocket : DPM, Storage Calculator

Using the Exchange Calendar Update Configuration Tool (MSExTMZCFG.EXE)

I’ve been reading a lot of questions about the MSExTMZCFG Tool in the forums of exchange community. Then, the guys have published an article about it. We have put together a step-by-step walkthrough on how to run the Exchange Calendar Update Configuration Tool (MSExTMZCFG.EXE). This is a server-side tool that can be used as part of the 2007 DST process for Exchange. We have also included some information about solutions for commonly seen errors when running the tool. Please note that the KB article that talks about this package (KB 930879) has additional information about the tool as well … Continue reading Using the Exchange Calendar Update Configuration Tool (MSExTMZCFG.EXE)