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9 Things You Must Know About Mixed Environment Vulnerability Scanning

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Windows

Tweet Here’s something to consider if you are running a mixed environment with systems on your network from a variety of manufacturers. You may think you’re “a Windows shop” but unless Microsoft started making printers and switches, and you managed to talk the security guy out of his Linux box and the marketing wizard out of her Mac, then there are all kinds of things running on your network that never came out of Redmond. To keep yourself, your data, and your systems protected, you need to run vulnerability scanning software. In a mixed environment such as yours, here are nine things...

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Creating a Recovery Database in Exchange 2010

Posted by on Oct 19, 2012 in Exchange, Exchange 2010

Tweet Exchange 2010 admins can use Recovery Databases to mount backup copies of their Exchange databases when they need to perform recovery operations. These can come about when an admin needs to perform a dial tone recovery of a failed server, a mailbox recovery of a deleted mailbox, or simply to retrieve something that a user inadvertently deleted after it has aged beyond the reach of their recovered items. Admins who use Exchange archiving may have never run into the need to create a recovery database, since the content is available both to users and admins on the archive system. But...

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How Email Archiving Can Benefit Your Business

Posted by on Sep 10, 2012 in Exchange, Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010

Tweet Exchange archiving is a great way to move content from the “live” mailbox that is synched to your users’ OST file to a location that is still available online, but administrators who are looking for a more feature rich solution to provide additional services to their users should consider a third-party email archiving solution. Email archiving offers a number of features that not only benefit your users, but can also increase the performance of your Microsoft Exchange Server infrastructure. Here’s a look at five ways email archiving can benefit your business: Reduce your storage...

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