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This applies to Dell but may also apply to other manufacturers as well. We ran across a few machines that just dropped recently it trust relationship with the server. After doing the basic removing and joining the domain again, it changed to No logon server is available.
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Eseutil Hard Recovery is part of exchange tool and ensures Exchange mailbox data recovery when mailbox gets corrupt due to some problem on Exchange server.
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While Plesk offers many potential benefits to website administrators, including compatibility with Windows Server and other leading technologies, the company has also been working to differentiate it from other control panels for content management system (CMS) users. The headline product of those efforts is the Plesk WordPress Toolkit, a comprehensive integration which organizes and simplifies many processes for setting up and maintaining WordPress websites. The toolkit is widely used, and is installed on almost two-thirds of Plesk servers, according to a ZNetLive blog post.


WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS, and powers a staggering 28.5 percent of all sites on the internet, for a market share of nearly 60 percent according to w3techs. It is used by bloggers, entrepreneurs, small businesses, media companies, and enterprises to grow their audiences and engage with customers.


There are two versions of the Plesk WordPress Toolkit available. The SE (Special Edition) version is included with Plesk Web Admin Edition, and meant for use by site and server administrators. The full version is included with Plesk Web Pro Edition and Plesk Web Host Edition. The difference is that some of the advanced features in the full edition, such as cloning and syncing instances and staging environments are not included in WordPress Toolkit SE. With the special edition, updates are manual rather than automatic, and while the Toolkit does include 1-click hardening (more on that below), it only does so for instances which it has been used to install.


The Plesk WordPress Toolkit is designed for easy installation and use. It takes two clicks to install WordPress; one to choose the “Domains” menu under “Hosting Services,” and one on “Install WordPress,” toward the left side of the Domains options. The Toolkit is found on the “Extensions” page, which is seen under “Server Management” on the menu.  There it is the first option among the “Featured” extensions on the right side of the window.


Security


There are several key security features of the toolkit, including 1-click hardening through the security check feature. Hardening is defined by the University of Colorado’s Office of Information Technology as a process which “works to eliminate means of attack by patching vulnerabilities and turning off inessential services. Hardening a computer involves several steps to form layers of protection.”


In the Plesk WordPress Toolkit, hardening improves security by applying concepts like the “least privilege principle” and “defense in depth,” testing a number of known and potential attack vectors, reducing risks and attack surface, and layering controls.



To check WordPress security in Plesk Onyx Web Pro Edition, click “WordPress” under “Server Management” in the menu on the left side of the screen, and then from the “Installations” tab selecting those instances that should be checked, or all. When the user clicks “Check Security,” Plesk scans for the WordPress characteristics that hackers most often use in attacks on websites, such as a label indicating which release of WordPress the website uses, the default “wp_” prefix for database tables, and the privileged default “admin” username.


In addition to assessing each element as secure or in need of attention, the tool also identifies those changes that can be rolled back, and those that may affect plugin performance.


The security check can also be activated from the “Domains” page under “Hosting Services” in the side menu. Clicking on a domain name brings up the option in the “My CMS” section of the window.


Auto-Updates


Updating WordPress versions and plug-ins is critical to maintaining website performance and security, but can be time consuming and sometimes difficult to keep up with for administrators.



Like “Check Security,” “Auto-Update” is found toward the top of the “Installations” tab on the WordPress toolkit page. This brings up a page with options for setting up automated major and minor updates, only minor updates, or turning off auto-update for each or every WordPress instance.


Management Features


The Plesk WordPress Toolkit also integrates most common management functions.

Just like “Installations,” the Toolkit simplifies management of plugins and themes by giving them their own tab, with each allowing administrators to install and uninstall, activate, deactivate, and update them.



The full version also includes several advanced management functions. Websites can be switched to maintenance mode to make changes, debugging tools are available for testing and development, and search engine indexing can be turned off or limited.


Many Other Features


There are numerous other tools and integrations in the Plesk WordPress Toolkit. Along with the quick and easy installation of WordPress instances described above, migrating and cloning instances is simplified, with buttons found by scrolling to the far right of each installation. Administrators can choose to synch files, databases, or both.

Other advanced functions in the full version of the toolkit include a staging environment for testing and development in an exact copy of your production environment.


Reducing Problems, Saving Time


The same motivations that lead website owners and administrators to choose WordPress are reasons to use the Plesk WordPress Toolkit. WordPress allows its users to present their content in an attractive, effective, secure and customized way without developing it from scratch, providing a high level of functionality. Site changes are made according to business needs, rather than according to IT production cycles and capability.


Administrators, resellers and customers love the wide range of sites they can create, and plugins they can customize them with. Making changes that are simple for a single site may be time consuming and complex for those running multiple sites, however. Managing WordPress functions from within the control panel with the Plesk WordPress Toolkit extends the ease of use it is famous for, and provides Plesk hosting customers with the tools to make the most of the leading content management system.


Lunarpages provides plesk licensing for Windows shared, VPS Cloud, and Dedicated servers.

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Web hosting control panels were first developed to make it faster and easier for most users to set up and operate websites. The graphical user interface (GUI) allows users to perform tasks by pointing and clicking rather than typing highly specific instructions into the command line. Control panels are therefore generally easy to use, by their nature and by design.


Ease of use is a principle reason Plesk is one of the world’s leading control panels. Its interface is clean and intuitive, particularly for users with WordPress experience, to whom the left-side main menu and function windows look immediately familiar. Plesk divides functions into category pages, accessed by clicking on items in the main menu.


Customizable


Part of what makes Plesk so clean and simple is its approach, providing those tools which are necessary to get started, and those which all administrators need during the lifecycle of a website. In the latest release of Plesk, Onyx, the category pages make it easy to find the action you are looking for. Features that previously required the use of the command line, like system and panel updates, are applied from within Onyx.


Beyond those essential basics found in all Onyx installations, users customize Plesk with extensions which have their own category in the main menu. Once the user has clicked on “Extensions,” the most popular extensions are available on the main page, and others are found by selecting a specific category from the drop-down menu or the scroll-down list.


Popular extensions like Symantec SSL, Plesk Premium Email, powered by Koalab, and Plesk Multi Server can be added to your Plesk Onyx account with three clicks. Users not needing them do not have to pay for them, or navigate around them, keeping the interface clean and the category pages limited to functions that are useful to the administrator using it.



Recent Plesk releases, and particularly Onyx, have also increased its support for developers, with extensions including Git, Docker, Ruby, and Node.js.


The specific number of extensions available to the user depends on different factors, but there are over a dozen categories of extensions, in addition to “Feature Packs” which each include several extensions.


Compatible


Support for a wide range of operating systems, tools and platforms is one of the strengths of Plesk. This is the main reason Plesk is the control panel used with the vast majority of Windows Server installations – because cPanel, the other leading control panel, does not support Windows. Plesk is not restricted to Windows Server, however, but is practically OS-agnostic, supporting all of the leading Linux distributions.


Another strength of Plesk is the ability to work with other platforms and tools, either with out-of-the-box integrations, as with the WordPress extension, which is included with each edition of Onyx, or through extensions.

The developer extensions mentioned above make it easy to build web apps, deploy containers, and publish content using these tools, rather than compromise or devise complex work-arounds.



Other popular administrator tools with Plesk extensions available include ecommerce platform Magento, free SSL certificates from Let’s Encrypt, CloudFlare CDN, and CMS patch manager Patchman.


Plesk’s compatibility with all leading operating systems, web apps, platforms and tools enables websites to be built and run the way the administrator thinks is best, rather than forcing them to choose between limited options. Allowing users to build capabilities they need into their control panel also keeps Plesk uncluttered, so it continues to be clean and easy to use even when all necessary extensions are added, because they are not competing for space with numerous unused features.


1-Click and Automated Management Tasks


Easy installation and automation are another major strength of Plesk Onyx, significantly reducing the amount of time and effort necessary for website administrators to perform upgrades and common day-to-day tasks.

Plesk itself is easily installed to Windows with an installer GUI, or to Linux with default configuration by running a single command, although for most Lunarpages customers this step is already done. Setting up a website with Onyx is performed from the “Domains” page by clicking on your domain and then choosing from the “Install WordPress,” “Install Apps,” or selecting “Files” or “Databases” to create a custom website. When using a CMS like WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal, it is possible to have a website built, secured, and launched just minutes later, by pointing and clicking to add features and content, without any coding. Many extensions, including Let’s Encrypt, can be added with one-click installation.


Server tasks can be automated by selecting “Scheduled Tasks” under “Tools & Resources” on the “Tools & Settings” page. From there, users can schedule a command or PHP script to run, or a URL to fetch. Tasks can also be scheduled for each domain from that domain’s main page.



Beyond the automations available with Onyx out-of-the-box, extensions like “Perfect Dashboard” enable even more. Perfect Dashboard includes 1-click CMS updating for all websites on the account, automated backup integrity verification, and a “Genuine Test Engine” which checks whether layout changes cause display errors or break social and SEO tags.


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If something goes wrong with Exchange, your IT resources are in trouble.All Exchange server migration processes are not designed to be identical and though migrating email from on-premises Exchange mailbox to Cloud’s Office 365 is relatively simple and straight-forward, especially when you have planned your activities well; you might encounter some complexities in the process. As a result, you have to put in more than required efforts.This article guides you through the pros and cons of using the right method to export Exchange mailboxes to Office 365.

Based upon the network connectivity, Firewall rule setting, and other similar IT-infrastructure setup, you have to decide amongst the possible migration routes from on-premises mailing system to cloud. Migration also depends on the number of users to be moved to cloud, available skill set and availability of IT resources, and time needed to move the boxes. All these factors cumulatively help you choose the right migration tool for safe and fast completion of the process.

Based the requirement, we have classified the manual methods into the following:

Cutover Migration

Migrate all your mailboxes at the same time and ensure success with cutover migration. This method work best when

1.Migration involves less than 2000 mailboxes.

2.Time is a constraint and mailbox movement is to be done as quickly as possible

Cutover migration is works fast but this method may pose considerable challenges when bulky-mailboxes are moved. If users try to move mailboxes of excessively large size, it may take an unacceptable amount of time for complete migration. The easy-to-go method has limitations and these can be overcome provided the organization has competence to troubleshoot and resolve Exchange-related issues.

Hybrid Exchange Deployment

This method integrates the on premise Exchange environment with Office 365. Move your mailboxes gradually and in series over a period of time with hybrid exchange deployment. Hybrid Exchange as the name suggests maintains a mix of on-premises Exchange and Office 365 email users and integrates the two for unified Exchange environment.

This is one of the most convenient methods as users can access mailboxes both online and offline with same login credentials and administrators have access to manage and have full control on security of passwords policies through Active Directory. Reason being servers used to manage password policies are deployed on-premises.

Staged Migration

Move the mailboxes in batches when you have:

1.To move more than 2000 mailboxes and

2.Time required to move mailboxes in not enough

Staged migration may sound similar to Hybrid Exchange but the difference is that users can’t manage their mailboxes online as well as offline. Secondly, the duration of co-existence of two environments – On-premises Exchange and Cloud is very small. Contrary to the Hybrid environment, staged migration involves moving the mailboxes to Cloud Office 365 in so much time that IT resources do not have to integrate and manage two environments, separately.

IMAP Migration

A little variation in migration environment – IMAP is compatible for migrating non-Exchange environment to cloud Office 365. Generally, this method is adopted to move mailboxes from outdated Exchange server like version 2000 and similar. Though this method is beneficial for the outdated Exchange versions, its migration capacity is limited to Emails only. Users cannot access their Calendar entries, contacts, journals and other related information with the switch to Office 365 with IMAP.

If you are ready to conciliate with your data transfer, opt for IMAP migration.

Third Party Tools

As the name suggests, this method of migration involves migrating mailboxes from platforms like Novel GroupWise or IBM lotus Notes or others to Office365. Vast number of third-party tools are available in the market to help migrate mailboxes to Exchange online. Choose the right method of migration basis the reviews and surveys.

Microsoft support

Moving Exchange to Office 365 is not easy. Keeping in view, Microsoft has come up with support tools to let you decide the right method of migration and conclude migrating with ease.

1.Exchange Server Deployment Assistant: Integrating the hybrid deployment of on-premises Exchange with mailboxes in Cloud may require additional resources. For this reason, Microsoft has released Exchange Server Deployment Assistant tool for this rich-coexistence scenario.Valid for Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016, Exchange Server Deployment Assistant asks you a set of questions about your current mailbox environment and the requirements. On this basis, it creates a custom checklist and procedures for simplified deployment.

Note: Exchange Server Deployment Assistant assists in migrating non-hybrid on premise Exchange to Office 365 also.


2.Remote Connectivity Analyzer tool: This Support and Recovery Assistant is relatively new to help fix issues related to Office 365 Apps and services. Even after migrating mailboxes, users may face problems with account setup, connectivity and password and in extreme cases Outlook stops responding. Remote Connectivity Analyzer identifies the root cause of the existing problems and suggest an appropriate solution.

You have the understanding of your on premise Exchange environment and you are mindful of your requirements. Now that you are aware of all the manual methods and their advantages and limitations, you must be in the position to choose the right migration method for available Exchange environment.

Exporting Exchange mailboxes to Office 365 may not be as expected, and support and troubleshoot needs time and effort. It is always good to take the help of migration tools like Stellar EDB to PST Converter.

Why Stellar EDB to PST Converter?

Stellar tool is an Exchange Migrator to help you export offline Exchange mailboxes to Office 365 and foregoes the manual process of reconfiguring users on Exchange. The three step process

1.Select Offline Users

2.Preview scanned mailboxes

3.Enter Credentials and Export to Office 365.

ServerConsole.exe grants full mailbox rights to disconnected mailbox.

Explanation with screenshots:

Step 1: Select Offline EDB. From the Homepage, select Offline EDB. Alternately, find the EDB file from the parent folder. Select the right EDB file from drop-down menu. Click on start button

Step 2: Progress bar is displayed showing the progress of file-scanning


Step 3: A preview of the file is displayed in tree-format. Left pane describes mailbox details, middle pane is about mailbox components and right pane is the description of selected mailbox entry.

Step 4: Select Office 365 from the available options and export mailbox data to Office 365

Step 5: Enter the Login credentials for Office365 to exported selected mailbox folders:

Step 6: Selected Exchange Mailboxes are exported to Office 365 with Stellar EDB to PST Converter. 

The Conclusion

Exchange mailbox Migration to Office 365 is a good decision but this should not be done in haste. Analyze the migration-options, comprehend your Exchange environment and select the right method of migration. However, it is a difficult task. To execute such important task, Exchange Administrators need to select but the best and Stellar EDB to PST converter is the finest mailbox migrating tool. It helps you scan your files, displays the preview of the available mailboxes and maintains originality even after exporting mailboxes. And above all facilitates smooth uninterrupted migration. 

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Here in this article, you will get a step by step guidance on how to restore an Exchange database to a recovery database. Get a brief on Recovery Database and how it can be used to restore Exchange database in this section!
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by:Michael foran
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D,not worry if your EDB file got corrupted due to some reason I would suggest you must download Exchange Server Recovery from my site which successfully recover damage EDB file from exchange server and convert them into PST file and other new readable formats like MSG, EML, vCard, vCal, MBOX and EMLX and vCard with accurate data.  It shows its user preview of recovered mailboxes before conversion. It well works on all Exchange server versions 5.0, 5.5, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016.

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The core idea of this article is to make you acquainted with the best way in which you can export Exchange mailbox to PST format.
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It is a good option for mass mailbox backups.
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For mass mailbox backups in Exchange, you should be using a proper backup and recovery system. See my post, PSTs are not reliable for that purpose.
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Are you an Exchange administrator employed with an organization? And, have you encountered a corrupt Exchange database due to which you are not able to open its EDB file. This article will explain all the steps to repair corrupt Exchange database.
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This Exchange Server Recovery is really an amazing tool, especially its deep scan mode. My EDB database files were severely corrupt. I couldn’t find a tool that can repair them. Thanks to your Exchange Server Recovery tool, I have all my important emails and attachments.Company offer Free Trial version of Exchange Server Recovery tool, it is full featured rather than to save mailbox.
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I originally wrote this article to compare SARDU and YUMI, but have now added Easy2Boot, since that is the one I currently use and find the easiest to create and alter.
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Software is any set of instructions that directs a computer to perform specific tasks or operations. Computer software consists of programs, libraries and related non-executable data (such as documentation). Computer software is non-tangible, contrasted with computer hardware, which is the physical component of computers. Software written in a machine language is known as "machine code". However, in practice, software is usually written in high-level programming languages than machine language. High-level languages are translated into machine language using a compiler or interpreter or a combination of the two.