Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Hosting Deployment – RBAC simplified #4 – Tenants

Tenant Administrators and Tenants By now you probably know that when you create a new tenant organization, there are a few RBAC roles being created and there are also a few role groups created out of the box. You may also see some assignments being created by default. So, by default, it creates the following,…

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Microsoft® Lync™ Server 2010 RC is here…

Alright, a quick one. To those who do not know, Communications Server 2010 was renamed to Microsoft Lync Server 2010. It is the next generation of OCS. It will bring new features such as call admission control and remote site survivability. Hosting stuff? I personally haven’t looked at it yet so, I can’t give you…

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Checking MPS and AD Integrity… Part #7: OAB Servers

Yes, while the whole world is talking and about to planning to move towards the next release of Hosted Exchange (Exchange Server 2010), I haven’t forgotten that we still have folks in HMC world. The good news is that the migration guide is on the way. I have read through it, looks reasonable so far….

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Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Hosting Deployment – RBAC simplified #3 – Resellers

Resellers The concept of Resellers in Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Hosting Deployment, well… let me be really direct here, it doesn’t really exist anymore. Remember in HMC world, we have to create resellers before you even create any tenant organization? When you are setting up Exchange Server 2010 Hosting Deployment, very quickly you realize that…

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Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Hosting Deployment – RBAC simplified #2 – Hosters

A closer look at RBAC in Hosting Deployment In the last post, I gave a quick overview of RBAC which I think s important. Those who has been working on Exchange Server 2010 for while and already know RBAC can skip the last blog posts. If you do not know what RBAC is, I encourage you to…

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Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Hosting Deployment – RBAC simplified #1 – Introduction

Introduction One of the biggest changes from Exchange Server 2007 to Exchange Server 2010 is Role Based Access Control or in short, RBAC. RBAC changes a lot of things, some said it has simplified management, some said it has added tons of flexibilities but some said it has added tons of complexities particularly for smaller…

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