Monthly Archives: July 2012

Updating Office Communications Server 2007 Certificates–Alternate Method

There are several nice blogs out there on renewing certificates and even replacing certificates. In my most recent case, I had to replace certificates using another method because the issuing CA was being retired and a new issuing CA was … Continue reading

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Identifying Large Calendar Items for Multiple Users

Another interesting and fun scenario. In my last post, I discussed using PowerShell to find large calendar items. Well, it didn’t go as well as I thought. I was trying to identify the largest calendar item for users. The idea … Continue reading

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Identifying Large Calendar Items

I have been seeing some scary behavior lately. The environment is Exchange Server 2010 SP1 RU5. Basically, what is happening is that a calendar item is updated too often (against Microsoft’s clear Best Practices) and becomes corrupt. The corrupt calendar … Continue reading

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msRTCSIP-OptionFlags Set to 2147483007

I just love my luck sometimes. So, I hear from one of my co-workers that some accounts have this really odd number for their msRTCSIP-OptionFlags attribute. He is very concerned about what this means. Research will take you down the … Continue reading

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Exchange Control Panel (ECP) Failed – Exchange Server 2010 SP1, RU6

I recently started getting this nice error every time that I tried to open the ECP site in my browser. I was pretty sure that it had always worked before, but this was clearly a problem now. A little testing … Continue reading

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Invalid Canary – Exchange Control Panel (ECP)

I haven’t run into this one for a few months, but the first time I saw it, it really aggravated me. Canary? Invalid? Invalid Canary? I would really like to see an error that is meaningful and helpful, and this … Continue reading

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