[TUTO] – Office 365 : How to upload PST files to Office 365 – Microsoft Azure vs Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager

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Storing email data on Microsoft Office 365 is a much safer option than simply keeping it in PST files on local drives. The PST file data, when stored in Office 365, is less vulnerable to corruption and is more easy to access from multiple devices. Meeting compliance mandates is also easier due to the retention, auditing and discovery features of Office 365.

Uploading PST files to Exchange Online using Microsoft Azure Storage

The Office 365 Import Service from Microsoft makes it easier for organizations to move PST files in bulk (both primary and archive) to Office 365 from their network shares. This method, knows as the network upload method, involves the following steps:

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[TUTO] – Windows 10 : Disable Windows Defender on Windows 10

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If you want to disable Microsoft’s antivirus who is by default enable on Windows and install your proper antivirus. No problem, you juste have to follow this tutorial.

Begin to push “Windows + R” on your keyboard.

Then enter the following comand :

Now go to :

  • Computer Configuration
  • Administrative Templates
  • Windows Components
  • Windows Defender

And double click on “Turn off Windows Defender”.

Select “Enabled” then clic on “OK”.

You can now close all windows and restart your computer.

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[TSHOOT] – Exchange 2013 : Get-ServerHealth “Unknown”, Components “Inactive”

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We wanted to test the new release Exchange Server 2016 Preview. Unfortunately it is not possible to install it on an existing server with an older version of Exchange! So, I broke everything and our server could not send emails, even internally!

After some hours minutes of searching, I was able to diagnose two things, thanks to these commands:

1. Server health status is “Unknown”

2. Server Components state are “Inactive”

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Windows 10 : End of support

Microsoft has officially announced the end date support of its next product. While Windows 10 is not out yet, Microsoft announces support end date of October 13, 2020 and an end extended support 5 years later, October 14, 2025.

The next product to see its extended support will end over Windows Vista, April 11, 2017, which I do not expect much restrictive for many users, given the lack of enthusiasm that the OS could raise …

Source :Microsoft