Transitioning From Exchange Server 2003 To 2007 (SP3) Part-1
This article will explain in detail about how to transit from Exchange server 2003 to Exchange server 2007. First, let me explain the scenario illustrated below.
We have one domain controller which is running on a Windows Server 2003 with SP2 Enterprise Edition (32 Bit). The same computer is also holding the roles such as the DNS, Global catalog and Schema master.
Another computer which is running on a Windows Server 2003 R2 with SP2 Enterprise Edition (32 Bit) is already installed with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 with SP2.
Transitioning from Exchange Server 2003 to 2007 (SP3) Part 2
In the second part of this article, I am going to provide a detailed explanation on how to install the Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 if you have an existing exchange server 2003 organization. With Windows Server 2008 R2 as an operating system, I need to install the Exchange server 2007 SP3 to ensure system compatibility. If you want to install Exchange 2007 SP1/SP2, then you need to have Windows Server 2008 SP2 operating system because the R2 could only support the Exchange 2007 SP3.
The screenshot shown below denotes that the Server is already equipped with Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise edition. I have named this server “TECHEXCHG2007.techno.com”.
Foxit is a free program for reading the files in the portable document format (PDF). The main features of Foxit reader are
- It’s a small program i. e. it has a small footprint
- It’s a free software
- Easy to use features for viewing, editing and printing PDF documents.
In this article I’ll show you how to install the Foxit application.
Group Policy Essentials
Group Policy provides a convenient and effective way to manage computer and user settings. With Group Policy, you can manage settings for thousands of users or computers in the same way that you manage settings for one user or computer and without ever leaving your desk. Group Policy is a set of rules that you can apply to help you manage users and computers.
ITUNES, VERSIONS AND ALTERNATIVES
ITunes is a copyrighted digital media player software application developed by the Apple Inc Corporation. The iTunes application was developed for the first time in the year 2001. The iTunes application is primarily used to organize music and play videos. There have been several versions of this application since its’ first release. Each version was made to incorporate a new feature or to solve shortages of the version that was before it.
Various Tips On Windows Vista Operating System
Windows Vista is one of the latest Operating Systems that is easy to use and occupies less space on the computer hard disk. It has several features that distinguish it from other Operating Systems. But some of the features are found on Operating Systems that came after it. Here are some of the isolated tips about Windows Vista and above platforms.
1. Windows Vista contains snipping tools that are used in capturing a small portion of the screen. The snipping tool is located in the accessory directory.
Out of Office Rule in Microsoft Outlook 2003
Microsoft Outlook 2003 allows users to set rules and run them according to requirement. Some of the rules are conditional while some are used regularly. “Out of Office” auto reply is one of the rules that the users can customize as per their requirements and apply them to respond to the emails while they are unable to access email or they are out of office. Below is the procedure to set up out of office auto reply rule using Microsoft Outlook 2003.
Creating a template
Best Free 5 Digital Image Viewers
What are Digital Image Viewers and why do we need them?
As the name suggests, digital image viewers are image viewing applications which comes with various capabilities depending on the manufacturer.
There are situations when you need to view, resize, recolor, edit or rename and when tired, delete images. This is when Digital Image Viewers come in handy.
What are the best Free Digital Image Viewers?
Digital image viewers come with different functions and have different capabilities. And 5 particularly stand out from the rest.
5 Audio & Video software
XMedia Recode is a user friendly All-In-One audio and video converter tool. Convert DVD, AVI, MP4, 3GP, WMV, ASF, MKV, etc. Applicable on most devices like iPod, iPhone, Samsung, SonyEricsson, Zune, PSP, Blackberry, LG, etc. Plus English language setting available. It could be a tool for re-ripping BR sources down to a better size.
o Ability to device profiles
o A user friendly interface.
I want to purchase a monitor but I am confused on what to buy. Should I go for an LCD or a LED monitor? What are the difference between the two? Which is better in terms of day-to-day usage and in terms of gaming purpose? Please enlighten me. Thanks.