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  • circular logging

    Circular logging is a method of conserving hard disk space in the Microsoft Exchange transactional logging process. It works by overwriting individual log files to keep the transactional log (the set of all log files) from expanding without limit on the hard disk.

  • Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003 transaction log transfer problems

    If you are having Exchange Server 2003 transaction log transfer problems, know what steps to take if you have multiple databases on a drive.

  • Managing transaction log files in Exchange Server 2007

    Discover what to do with transaction log files on Exchange Server and why these files are so important to your database.

  • How to add disk space to the data store on Exchange Server 2007

    Get the steps recommended for a user who's having trouble creating disk space on Exchange Server 2007.

  • What is the difference between a priv1.edb and a pub1.edb file?

    Find out how to discern between priv1.edb and pub1.edb files on Exchange Server and the type of backup solution you should be using.

  • Troubleshooting Microsoft's DPM 2007 agent deployment process

    Data Protection Manager 2007 agent deployment problems are common in Exchange Server 2007. Read about common factors that contribute to agent deployment failures and what you can do to combat them. You'll also learn how to create a DPM protection group.

  • How to deploy a Data Protection Manager 2007 agent in Exchange Server

    The first step to protect Exchange Server is to create one or more storage pools -- groups of disks that can be used for backups. Learn how to create a storage pool using Microsoft's Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007 and then add a disk to that storage pool. You'll also get an understanding of DPM's licensing structure.

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 high availability in a CCR environment

    Microsoft Exchange Server outages occur unexpectedly and on a scheduled basis for server maintenance. During scheduled outages, Exchange Server can go offline without causing severe interruptions in cluster continuous replication (CCR). How a passive node behaves during an unplanned failure depends on how CCR is configured. Learn the differences between scheduled and unplanned Exchange outages in a CCR environment.

  • How continuous replication methods affect Exchange 2007 log shipping

    The log shipping process in Exchange Server 2007 varies depending on which continuous replication method is in place: local continuous replication (LCR), cluster continuous replication (CCR) or standby continuous replication (SCR). Get an understanding of how continuous replication affects Exchange Server 2007 log shipping, and what happens when a failure occurs in a continuous replication environment.

  • Exchange Server 2007 log shipping and continuous replication

    Continuous replication in Exchange Server 2007 incorporates log shipping. Learn about the log shipping process and how it relates to all three types of Exchange continuous replication: standby continuous replication (SCR), local continuous replication (LCR) and cluster continuous replication (CCR).

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