Monitor Exchange Transport Queue with PRTG

So if you don’t know about it or are looking for something, PRTG is a great and powerful network monitoring tool. I’d recommend checking it out. There’s a free trial and you can start getting details of your network in just a few short minutes thanks to their super easy setup and configuration. Now I’m not going… Continue reading Monitor Exchange Transport Queue with PRTG

PowerShell script to Identify Delays or Failures in Exchange Transport Queue and send Email

I wanted some transparency into the transport queue on Exchange 2010 mail servers to check or identify potential email failures or delays. Most of the time these are emails that were sent to “no-reply” addresses or typos in the recipient’s email address.

Get Recursive Group Membership of Distribution Group (PowerShell)

I spent part of the day yesterday looking for a good way to dump members/users of a Distribution group. No big deal except this situation has many levels of nested groups. There’s a Quest (Dell) PowerShell snapin that will do this, but why install anything else on  a production server that doesn’t need to be there?… Continue reading Get Recursive Group Membership of Distribution Group (PowerShell)

Create VDI Larger than 2TB XenApp 5.6 SP2 (5.6.102)

I’ve been setting up a new XenServer with a Mirrored 250GB volume, and a RAID 5 volume with three 2TB disks. The mirror is holding the virtual servers, and the Raid5 is to be used for snapshots and the file storage. I’ve looked for a few days now trying to find a solution to exceed… Continue reading Create VDI Larger than 2TB XenApp 5.6 SP2 (5.6.102)

Disable Blackberry Browser via IT Policy

So you have a Blackberry Enterprise Server running version 5, and you want to disable the Blackberry Browser and force all users, or maybe just a few, to use the Internet Browser instead. Why would you want to do this?