I found this information to be invaluable when having to hack my way through the registry to lock down a 2012 RDS Server so I wanted to make a post here for future reference. Every bit of the credit goes to this site as I’m simply just copying the info.
You could use either command below to create a shortcut with the CLSID key (GUID) for what it opens. If the shortcut doesn’t work with one command, then use the other one.
You would right click or press and hold on the desktop, click/tap on New and Shortcut, use a command below for the “location”, then type in a name for the shortcut. If you like, you can Pin to Taskbar on desktop, Pin to Start screen, add to Quick Launch, assign a keyboard shortcut to it, or move this shortcut to where you like for easy use. Continue reading “Server 2012/Windows 8 – CLSID Key (GUID) Shortcuts List”
In the Exchange Management Shell, to get a list of mailboxes by creation date in ascending order:
Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited | Sort-Object WhenMailboxCreated | ft Name,WhenMailboxCreated -autosize
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To get a list of all available column names or mailbox attributes so you know what values to enter when trying to sort query results with the “Get-Mailbox” command, issue the following in the Exchange Management Shell:
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If you have any Active Directory users that have been deleted out but the addresses still show up in OWA or if you changed somebody’s user/email attributes and emails bounce back as undeliverable, this article is for you. I found this info here, the entries are stored in the user’s mailbox so the you can only delete them by doing one of the following:
- Delete an entry from the list using OWA
- Login to mailbox via OWA
- Create a new meeting request (Has to be a meeting request only!)
- Begin typing the entry you want to delete until you see it in the Auto Complete list
Continue reading “Exchange 2010 OWA – Remove Cached Email Recipients/Auto Complete Entries”