Login to the Device via SSH using putty
List the Mount Points
Change to Folder to be Deleted
rm -rf /share/MD0_DATA/ShareName/Folder
Some Mailboxes in Hosted Exchange may not allow Outlook Anywhere, this is when they have been created as Basic Users and have been upgraded to Standard Users. The guide shows how to check this and how to rectify this.
Open the Exchange Management Shell and run the commandlet Get-CASMailbox firstname.lastname@example.org | FL
This will now display all the properties for the CAS Mailbox.
Check the property MAPIBlockOutlookRpcHttp if this is set to True then the user is blocked from Outlook Anywhere.
Extend the commandlet to change the setting for the mailbox using the boolean setting True False
Get-CASMailbox email@example.com | Set-CASMailbox -MAPIBlockOutlookRpcHttp $false
Run the Get-CASMailbox firstname.lastname@example.org and check the setting has now changed to False
Configuring a APC UPS Management card is not difficult you just need to be patient and make sure it is all done right.
The default login for an APC is apc and apc
Once logged on you can see the Status of the device, the internal temperature and runtime are important to note.
Choose the Configuration, Power Settings option and then set the Rated Output Voltage to your country voltage, this is 240V in the UK.
Choose the Configuration, Shutdown option and then for Low Battery Duration select a time no less than 10 minutes otherwise you will not have enough time to shut down your servers before the UPS discharges.
Choose the Administration, Local Users, Administrator option and set the User Name to ups-admin and set a password.
Choose the Administration, Local Users, Device option and uncheck the Access Box to disable the Device User.
Choose the Administration, Local Users, Read Only option and set the username to ups-read and set a password.
Choose the Administration, Auto Log Off option and set the timeout to 10.
Choose the Administration, Network, DNS option and then enter your DNS Servers, Host Name and Domain Name.
Choose the Administration, Notification, Email, Server option and then enter your SMTP Smart Host and From Address.
Choose the Administration, Notification, Email, Recipients option and enter your email address, change the SMT P Server to recipient.
Choose Administration, Notification, Test and then test to make sure your notification works.
Choose the Administration, General, Identification option and enter the details.
Choose the Administration, General, Date Time option and set the Time Zone, set the NTP Server.
Choose the Administration, General, Daylight Savings option and set the Traditional Daylight Savings.
Choose the Administration, General, Date Time, Date Format and set your regional format.
Choose the Manage Content Databases from the Application Management.
From the Database Option choose Manage Content Databases
In the list choose the Database you want to configure.
From the Search Server drop down you can choose the Search Server that will manage the search on your Content Database.
Choose from the Server for Timer Jobs the server that will manage the Time Jobs.
Open Central Administration and then choose Perform a Backup.
The Backup will show all the components in the Farm, choose the Site Collection that you want to backup.
Choose the Type of Backup to Full and then the location of the backup in a UNC Path. Click Start Backup.
The Backup will now progress and once complete you will see the Phase set to Completed.
The Backup will generate files as shown here, a folder and an XML file is generated.
On the new Share Point Server choose the option Restore from Backup.
Enter the Backup Location from before and the click refresh, the Site Backup available will be shown. Now select the Site and Click Next.
From the Restore Options choose the Site you want to restore.
When you restore a Site you are asked if you want to restore to a new configuration or the same configuration. The new configuration is for a new Site Collection, the same is for a restore over the existing Site Collection.
Enter the credentials fo the Farm Share Point Account.
If you are restoring a new configuration, choose a name for the Site and add a URL for the Site. I have chosen http://sharepoint.domain.com
For the Database choose the location of the MDF and LDF files, the Database name in SQL and the SQL Server Instance.
The Restore will now start.
When the Restore is complete the Phase will show Completed.
Open the Site Collections and you should now see your restored Share Point Site.
Install with Power Shell the Server Manager.
Install the Windows Features required using Power Shell from http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb691354(v=exchg.150).aspx
When the Windows Features are installed you will see the Success message, Restart the Server.
Install Windows Management Framework 3.0 http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=34595
Install the Unified Comms Managed API Runtime. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=34992
Install the Windows Identity Foundation http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=974405
Install the Hotfix listed at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=2619234
Install the Hotfix listed at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=2533623
Restart the server so it is ready for installation.