After upgrading to Mango I got an error message on my phone when I tried to download attachments or images : “Download incomplete. We will …..” . I only had this error on one of the Exchange accounts that I was syncing to my phone. Solution was to reimport CA certificate and reboot. The one server that was failing was using a private certificate.
Getting error installing Rollup 5 for Exchange 2010 Sp1. Error 1603. According to msi log file it is ServiceControl.ps1 that is causing the error. Solution was to set execution policy to RemoteSigned and also run the “ServiceControl.ps1 AfterPatch” script from the Exchange 2010 Bin folder . Also remember to start Powershell as administrator.
I have been working with Lync since the early beta versions. Now I think it is time to test my skills and go for TS 70-664 Configuring Lync server. Here in Norway nearly all our customers are medium (->600 employees) so some functions built for large enterprises are rearly used. These are the things that I will have to read extra carefully, and my lab environment will continue to grow.
HTTP Error 404.3 – Not Found The page you are requesting cannot be served because of the extension configuration. If the page is a script, add a handler. If the file should be downloaded, add a MIME map.
The solution is, to add the following handlers to web.config:
This is how I’ve done it. First in lab then in production. This is moving enterprise edition databases. For this to work you need one extra temporary sql server and one Lync server in a temporary Lync pool ,along with the new SQL production server.
Export Lync configuration just in case. export-csconfiguration -file c:\lyncconfig.zip export-cslisconfiguration -file c:\lynclisconfig.zip
Install a new Lync server in a new pool. I.e temppool.corp.local
Install a new CMS (configuration management store) on temporary sql server. install-csdatabase -CentralManagementDatabase -sqlserverfqdn tempsql.corp.local
Enable topology. enable-cstopology
Logon to new server in new pool and move CMS Lync server. move-csmanagementserver Verify that you are moving it to the new server and select. Get-csmanagementreplicationstatus Wait for replication.
Uninstall old CMS database. Uninstall-csdatabase -CentralManagementDatabase -sqlserverfqdn OLDSQLSERVERFQDN.corp.local
Backup Lync databases. All of them.
In topologybuilder create a new sql server at the enterprise pool properties and publish topology.
Run Lync server setup deployment wizard.
Turn off all Lync frontend servers.
Restore Databases to the newley created databases. Remember to enable Chaining on the RTC and RTCDYN databases. Enable cross database chaining in the sql server properties. (SQL 2008 R2) In SQL-query : alter-database rtc set db_chaining = on alter-database rtcdyn set db_chaining = on
Had a problem with large emails between exchange 2010 servers. Got the smtp error 418.104.22.168 . I solved this by increasing the MaxProtocolError and ConnectionTimeout on the receiving connector. Use the powershell set-receiveconnector . In this senario we are talking about a 1mb sat link.