Monthly Archives: October 2013

Exchange: Event ID 6002 from the source MSExchange Mid-Tier Storage

Well, noticed no mail came into my server and could see they were stuck on my mailcleaner with the error “SMTP error from remote mail server after initial connection… 421 4.3.2 Service not available” Well, to make a short story

Posted in Exchange 2013, Troubleshooting

Exchange 2013: Error Event ID 1006 – MSExchangeDiagnostics

After turning on performance pointers I’ve begun receiving a lot of strange errors. Not least this Event ID1006 complaining about disk Space, as there are almost 2TB free. While looking for a solution, it became clear it was actually a

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Server 2012 – Setting up stub dns zone.

Here we will set up a stub dns zone. Why you might ask? Well, I have 2 authoritative domain controllers for 2 different domains. One of them needs access to DNS entries on the other one, but it should not

Posted in DNS, Server 2012

Exchange 2013: Installing and enabling ABP Routing Agent

One of the very nice new features of the Exchange 2013 server is the Address Book Policy (ABP) Routing Agent. It’s not installed by default, so in order to do so we issue the following command: Install-TransportAgent -Name “ABP Routing

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Exchange 2013: Import .pfx certificate using Powershell.

Ok, I set up a new Exchange server and wanted to import my existing wildcard pfx certificate. Turned out I couldn’t do it using the EAC so had to do it using the Shell: Import-ExchangeCertificate -FileData ([Byte[]]$(Get-Content -Path “C:\certificate\certificate.pfx” -Encoding

Posted in Exchange 2013, Installing, Powershell, Setup

Exchange 2013: Applying Header firewall

Here we are going to setup the build in Header Firewall in Exchange 2013. It’s not really well documented, but what it can do for us is to remove the headers from emails. I’m going to remove the headers for

Posted in Exchange 2013, Powershell, Setup

Exchange 2013: Enable ‘anonymous’ Calendar sharing for webclients

In this post we will enable calender sharing, or rather publishing to external users. This is a potential security risk, so decide for yourself wheter it is worth it. I need it, as I want to provide normal users the

Posted in Exchange, Exchange 2013, Powershell, Setup

Exchange 2013 Cannot open mailbox microsoft system attendant

While doing some Work on my Exchange 2013 server, a, for me, new error popped up: For some reason it turned out my maildatabses weren’t mounted. See if your database/s are mounted. Important to remember the “-status” or the column

Posted in Exchange, Exchange 2013, Powershell

Exchange 2010 & 2013 rebuild Corrupted Content Index Catalog

If we only have a single copy of the database all we need is to delete the catalog folder and it’s subfolders after stopping the search service. In Exchange 2013: Stop the Microsoft Exchange Search and Microsoft Exchange Search Host Controller

Posted in Exchange, Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, Powershell

ASA5505 adding SSL certificate

In this post we are going to add an SSL certificate using the ASDM gui. These errorpages are in Danish, but I’m sure you know them, and we want to get rid of them. Adding Identity Certificate Open ASDM, Configuration, Device

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