Microsoft have released an updated version of the Exchanger 2013 Server Roles Requirements Calculator.
In addition to numerous bug fixes, this version includes new functionality: CPU utilization table, ReplayLagManager support, MaximumPreferredActiveDatabases support, Restore-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup scenario support, and guidance on sizing recommendations. You can view what changes have been made or download the update directly.
Read the full article here.
Earlier this week the Microsoft Exchange product team released the latest version of the Server Role Requirements calculator, now at version 6.6
The Exchange Server role requirements calculator is essential for proper design and planning of your Exchange Server environment and it even includes recommendations for your client access servers too!
For more information and to download it check out the Exchange Team blog here
On the 9th of this month Microsoft released the latest cumulative update to Exchange Server 2013 and is it now available from the Microsoft download centre. ...continue reading "Updated: Exchange Server 2013 RTM Cumulative Update 2"
It is a very eagerly awaited update from Microsoft that brings about a whole host of new features and bug fixes but most importantly it is the minimum version of Exchange 2013 required for on-premises coexistence with supported legacy Exchange Server versions so unless you are installing a new Exchange organisation (which most people will not be) then this is the version you will need.
Read more about it here direct from the Exchange team.