When Outlook Clients connect to Autodiscover Service?

  Outlook and Exchange Active Sync on mobile device uses Autodiscover for configuring and maintaining server settings for client that is configured to access a Mailbox. On the Initial configuration, we know Outlook will do an Auto Discovery look up to configure the outlook profile. Once the outlook profile configured, it will do an Auto […]

Configuring Exchange Server 2019 to Use ADRMS

ADRMS service provides Information Rights Management protection to Exchange Server, SharePoint Servers and File Servers. When using ADRMS, we can configure Protection Templates like Do Not Reply All, View Only etc and made them available for end users to apply those templates on email or documents to protect the confidential documents and emails. We need […]

Virtual Directory configuration in Exchange Server 2019

Exchange Server 2019 automatically configures Internet Information Service Virtual Directories related to the Exchange. Clients will connect to these Virtual Directories to access the Services provided by Exchange Servers. This post shows the default configurations of Exchange Server 2019 Virtual Directory. Internal and External URL, SSL configuration and the Authentication methods are the important parameters […]

What’s New in Exchange Server 2019?

New Versions of Exchange Server will always have many New Features and enhancements related to performance. We will see what’s New in Exchange Server 2019 in this post. Major Enhancements Exchange Server 2019 supports the installation on Windows Server Core and it supports 48 CPU cores and up to 256 GB of RAM. Client Access […]

Exchange Server 2019 Step by Step Installation

I will give a short intro about my Exchange Environment before jumping into the details on how to install Exchange Server 2019. I have a Domain Controller with a domain name SHC.Com, Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Server 2016 are there in this lab. I’m going to install Exchange Server 2019 on a 4 CPU […]

How to Create a Report on MFA Methods used by your users?

Your users may user different type of Strong Authentication method on their choice when MFA enabled for them. If you want to take a report on the type of Authentication Method, use the below PowerShell command. Get-Msoluser -All |select DisplayName,@{N=’Email’;E={$_.UserPrincipalName}},@{n=”MFA_Methods”;e={($_.StrongAuthenticationMethods).MethodType}},@{N=’MFA_Requirements’;E={($_.StrongAuthenticationRequirements).state}} | export-csv C:\Temp\MFA_Strongauth_Dec31.csv –NoTypeInformation