Not all the cmdlets in the E2k10 SP1 beta Hosting Deployment have the -Organization switch?

This is a quick one. I saw some questions posted in the forum on this and I thought I should give a short blog on this. For those has been playing with Exchange Server 2010 SP1 beta hosting deployment, I am quite sure by now you realize that you always need to be in the right tenant Organization context to…

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Checking MPS and AD Integrity… Part #6: Mailbox and Public Folder Database

At the heart of HMC is MPS. And at the heart of this this MPS is that 2 mysterious databases, the PlanManager and ResourceManager databases. What I am trying to do is to attempt to provide you guys some script to help you to better know your environment to at least know the health of your…

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Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Beta Hosting Deployment… Part #9 – Autodiscover

How should I really start this post? Conceptually, the way Outlook uses Autodiscover in Exchange 2010 SP1 beta hosting deployment hasn’t changed compared to HMC. I blogged how Autodiscover work in HMC back in early 2009. It is here for those who are interested, HMC 4.5 and Exchange 2007 SP1 – Part #5 – Autodiscover in…

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Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Beta Hosting Deployment… Part #8 – Address List Segregation

Yes, Address List Segregation, it is time to talk about it. In Exchange Server 2007, Address List Segregation is really the heart of Hosted Exchange. If we do the address list segregation correctly, then the client should not be able to see another tenant and each tenant will sort of have their very own virtual…

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Checking MPS and AD Integrity… Part #5: Contacts and Groups

Hi, we have been talking about Exchange Server 2010 and SharePoint 2010 for the past few weeks. Let’s get back to HMC a little bit. We were talking about MPS with AD Integrity check. I am grouping all the HMC’s MPS and AD integrity check into the “Integrity Check” category. You will find all the…

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SharePoint 2010… Multi-tenancy Support for Hosters – It is there if you want it.

To avoid overdose of Exchange, this weekend, I took some time to look at SharePoint 2010 and just to see how much has changed since the SharePoint version we used in HMC 4.5. In HMC 4.5, we used Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SP1. I blogged about this back in January 2009. It is here if…

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