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Five things to do before virtualizing Exchange Server 2010
This issue demonstrates how to change default Outlook Web App settings and why you shouldn’t skip the tedious process of documenting a server migration project. Also learn the five critical elements you'll need to have in place before you plug in your first virtual machine.
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Virtualizing Exchange 2010 servers is a smart move, and the steps involved are fairly simple. The actual virtualization process begins long before you create a VM.
When Outlook Web App’s default settings just won’t do, it’s time to tweak. Certain configuration changes will help OWA run more efficiently and securely.
After you've installed Exchange Server for a client, it's time to write the installation documentation. Providing consistent and easy-to-understand documentation is vital for both Exchange administrators and users. These three principles of good documentation writing can help.