PowerShell Script: Delete System Logs

For those of you who are still working with a significant on-prem Exchange environment, you are probably in need of a good script to go through the admin logs (IIS Logs, Exchange Functional Logs) to clear things up on occasion. Those logs can take up a lot of space very quickly, so a regular process that does it for you is a big time-saver, and will keep you from running into those horrible midnight inadequate space notices.…

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Fixing Outlook Certificate Errors

How to solve problems with Exchange Autodiscover. Certificate Error issues in particular.

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If You Have a Cisco Firewall, Disable this Feature NOW!!!

I don’t often have an opportunity to post a rant in an IT blog (And even less opportunity to create a click-bait headline), but here goes nothing! Cisco’s method of doing ESMTP packet inspection is INCREDIBLY STUPID and you should disable it immediately. Why do I say that? Because when Cisco ASAs/whatever they call them these days are configured to perform packet inspection on ESMTP traffic, the preferred option of doing so is to block the STARTTLS verb entirely.*

In other words, Cisco firewalls are designed to completely disable email encryption in order to inspect email traffic.…

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