The same problem Blocking Issues The update corresponding to KB2919355 needs to be installed before you can install this product on Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 but after followed your instructions and now successfully installed the .NET Framework 4.6.1 setup
Exchange ActiveSync Access Settings
Quarantine mobile devices that aren’t managed by rules or personal exemptions.
Selected administrators receive quarantine email messages.
Custom text is added to messages sent to users by Exchange ActiveSync
Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery tool recovers corrupt EDB (Exchange Database) files and extracts emails, contacts, calendars, tasks and other mailbox components from inaccessible user mailboxes.
Since the Exchange Server incorporates a vast architecture, any type of inappropriate functionality interferes with the smooth functionality of the business. The Exchange Recovery software can handle all such issues and has the ability to bring the business to a running state. Other issues include:
- When intensity of corruption is high and Exchange built-in utilities (Eseutil.exe and Isinteg.exe) fails to repair the damaged mailboxes
- In case, the files are lost due to software or hardware malfunction
The tool does the following:
- Recovers data that is lost due to Jet database engine malfunction and error(s)
- Recovers mailbox data in case of dirty Server shutdown situation
Use the Microsoft Exchange Server User Monitor to gather real-time data to better understand current client usage patterns, and to plan for future work. Administrators can view details on server resource utilization as reported through server-side tracing. This tool works with Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 and 2016.
I’m a Microsoft MVP Exchange Server Again
I am pleased to announce that I have been re-given the Microsoft MVP award for Exchange Server for another year.
This is my Fourth Year MVP award after quite an exciting year, the last 12 months has been an incredible experience.
I have so many plans for the next year, but for now let me just say thank you to Microsoft,
the Exchange Server product group, my fellow MVPs, and of course you the readers of this site for your continued support.