Went to upgrade Spiceworks to the latest version and the .EXE wouldn’t run. This is due to windows server (2003, 2008 etc…) blocking the file type.
You need to ‘right click’ on the file and under properties you should have the option to ‘unblock’ that file type.
A new Sophos Web Appliance was emailing these alerts daily due to not being able to access another domain in the organisation.
From your SWA portal go to the Configuration > System > Active Directory
The make these changes:
1) turn off AD authentication,
2) click Apply,
3) turn on AD authentication again,
4) uncheck the auto-detect settings option,
5) change the LDAP port from 3268 to 389,
6) run Verify Settings,
7) if there are no further errors/warnings, then click Apply.
You should not get an “Active Directory Trusted Subdomains synchronization” alert again.
Came across this when trying to uninstall an Exchange server (was the original server in the organisation). I knew there were no mailboxes left in the database indicted in the error message but it seems there are hidden mailboxes.
You need to run through the following commands and make sure you don’t get any results back:
– Get-Mailbox -Database <mailstore name>
– Get-Mailbox -Archive -Database <mailstore name>
– Get-Mailbox -PublicFolder -Database <mailstore name>
– Get-Mailbox -Arbitration -Database <mailstore name>
This last one was my problem. I had to move these mailboxes off to the other server which was a case of simply piping the result and adding a move request to it:
Get-Mailbox -Arbitration -Database <mailstore name> | New-MoveRequest -TargetDatabase <new mailstore name>
Once complete clear up the requests either from the PowerShell command line or within the GUI.