In this post we are going to look at the deletion of reoccurring meetings in Exchange, using PowerShell. In addition to addressing a common issue. Firstly Check you are using/typing the PowerShell command correctly In the instance where a person is looking to remove a recurring meeting from an Exchange mailbox with the use … Continue reading How to / Fix – Delete recurring meetings using PowerShell – Exchange Mailbox
In this small post we are going to look at how to resolve one of the reasons for BackupExec service startup errors. Update 09/06/2017 - Information on this page is invalid as newer windows updates break the console again - Click here to go to Veritas support page on this issue. If you are experiencing console … Continue reading Fix – The BackupExec Management Service was unable to start error – Windows Update.
Have you bought a HP Notebook, Tablet or Workstation recently? Would it upset you to know it may be silently recording every keystroke. According to Swiss infosec firm ModZero, this is actually happening to a select group of HP Computer (list of effected devices below) According to a ModZero blog post, HP's update to it's … Continue reading [Fix Included] HP Computers are shipping with built-in keylogger in the audio drivers
In this post we are going to look at one simple method of bringing down high CPU and Memory Usage on an Exchange server. The steps highlighted below are best preformed when you can identify that a large portion of the servers available resources are being taken up by the IIS worker and node runner … Continue reading Fix Exchange Server High CPU & Memory IIS