Sharepoint 2010 monitoring & Troubleshooting

The slide deck from the Canberra Premier Briefing day is attached. This was put together by our Sharepoint expert: Andrew Lynes. SharePoint 2010 Monitoring and Troubleshooting.pdf

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"Managing Exchange Server 2010 with Powershell" slides from Premier Briefing Day in Canberra

Thanks for those die hard Exchange Admins who came along to the Premier Briefing Day in Canberra 2011. I hope you enjoyed the session and I look forward to seeing you at the next event. I have uploaded the deck here https://skydrive.live.com/?id=87E84CA1D5C161FE!1384&cid=87e84ca1d5c161fe&#cid=87E84CA1D5C161FE&id=87E84CA1D5C161FE%211390 for you to download. We’ll leave it up there for the next few weeks. Merry…


Server Performance Advisor 3: First Look

The latest version of the server performance advisor has been released. Version 3 ALPHA can be downloaded from here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/hh367834.aspx The new version includes support for Windows 2008 & 2008R2, it can do remote analysis, and trend comparison has been included in the box.  The install files, manual and deployment guide are all here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/hh367834.aspx For my…

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Blue Screen: Beware Verifier Settings on Production Machines

Recently we had a case where the customer was reporting blue screen crashes every time the server was under load. The server would appear to be mildly sluggish under normal conditions. Doing a backup or other heavy load would cause the server to blue screen and go down. The customer was able to provide a memory dump, and…

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MSExchangeTransport 5031 Routing – Access Denied Errors and Network Service

Hi All If you are seeing access denied 5031 errors sourced from the MSExchangeTransport service like the one below, make sure the “Network Service” account has been given the rights to the TransportRoles folder. The “couldn’t delete routing table log file E:\TransportRoles\Logs\Routing\RoutingConfig..” and “UnauthorizedAccessException Access to the path” errors give a pretty strong hint that…


Ever wondered how to work out when a particular attribute of an AD object has changed?

Hi all I recently got asked to work out when a particular Active Directory object attribute was changed. This information isn’t something that you typically need to work out each day, and the information isn’t readily available from within AD Users and Computers. The way to work it out is to fire up good old…