Wednesday, August 12, 2009

We interrupt our regular programming...

This post won't mean much to many but will mean something to someone - if you're out there you know who you are!

1. The MS Exchange Recipient Update Service (RUS) generates mail proxy addresses for all mail enabled objects in an Exchange organisation, it ensures that all those objects have a valid SMTP address along the lines of An RUS experiencing problems can have a major impact on mail routing.

2. The information store database in Exchange (Standard Ed.) was defaulted at 16GB prior to Service Pack 2. That limit was increased to 18GB and the maximum possible capped at 75GB. On the Enterprise version there is no default limit and no upper limit set in the software.

3. Windows Server 2003 has five Flexible Single Master Operations (FSMO) roles (also known as Operations Master Roles). They are: Schema Master, Domain Naming Master, Infrastructure Master, Relative ID Master, and PDC Emulator.

4. NTDSUTIL.EXE is a command-line management tool for Active Directory, that allows for all kinds of activities to be performed, including database maintenance, master operations, and metadata cleanup.

Like I said, this will make sense to someone - hope you're reading!

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