I have a Windows 2003 64bit VM running Exchange 2007. On the VM I have two volumes, C: and G:. The C drive includes the OS and Exchange App, the G: drive has all of the mailbox stores. I need to defragment the C: drive. I analyzed the C: drive and it reports 80% fragmented and Im starting to run out of disk space.
Should I have any concerns running a standard defragment on the C: drive. I know there are quite a few issues when defraging a mailbox store but I will not be touching that volume.
Upgrading from older Exchange server to the latest Exchange server can be tiresome, error-prone and risky, without being a seasoned exchange server administrators. It can become even problematic if you're an organization that runs on tight timeline…
In this video tutorial I show you the main steps to install and configure a VMware ESXi6.0 server.
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Verify that your hardware and BIO…