How the kernel memory is managed in an Exchange 2003 server

I got this information about how the kernel memory is managed in an Exchange 2003 server. Here you’ll find a series of three articles, which i’ll be posting as soon as I get them. Following there is an introduction to the complete series which you could access from the links at the bottom. Have a…

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How the kernel memory is managed in an Exchange 2003 server (1/3)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY  Personal computer hardware continues to improve rapidly and dramatically in speed and storage capacity. But one thing that hasn’t changed is the 32-bit processor and operating system architecture in the majority of Intel and AMD based computers used today. Hardware performance is no longer the most important computing bottleneck. Instead, the theoretical limits of…

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Do you want to have access to a useful resource on MIIS 2003 and its failover capabilities?

Searching over the internet i found a very interesting resource which can take you through the installation, general configuration and failover of MIIS 2003 SP1 (~30 mins).  http://xpstream.winisp.net/alextch/miisha.wmv The general steps followed in this material are:1.         Installing the primary server running MIIS 2003 When you are setting up an environment with both a primary and standby…

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