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Oct 09 2015

Exchange Default Retention Policy Does Not Apply

Published by under Exchange

You have configured in Exchange EAC (Exchange Admin Center) or with Powershell a retention policy that is supposed to clean up your deleted items for instance. But it does not apply to your mailboxes, nothing gets deleted. As suggested on Microsoft, the default policy is applied when you create an archive for the mailbox. But you’re […]

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Sep 27 2015

Language Version Mismatch When Upgrading IBM Client Access

Published by under AS400

While upgrading Client Access for iSeries, I got this error:     The primary language version Mri2928 that is currently installed does not match the language version MRI2928 to which you are trying to upgrade. The upgrade cannot continue. To change the language to MRI2928, remove the product and restart the install.   I removed […]

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Sep 13 2015

Apache Reverse Proxy 503 Permission Denied

Published by under Apache,Linux

Apache configured as a reverse proxy forwards requests to a web backend. But your browser throws an enigmatic 503 error: “Service temporarily unavailable”. The first thing I do is looking at the http logs in /var/log/httpd/ssl_error_log, where I am getting some permission issue:(13)Permission denied: proxy: HTTP: attempt to connect to 192.168.1.250:8080 (*) failed You may […]

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Sep 06 2015

DOS / Powershell Scripts to Remove Files Older Than

Published by under Windows

System admins face more and more ever-growing directories storing auto-generated reports by scripts or scheduled tasks. Same goes to temp directories and nobody bother cleaning them up. But isn’t it our job?Here are 2 simple scripts that can be run every so often to delete files older than say 30 days for instance. The first […]

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Jul 11 2015

Exchange Addressbook Does Not Update in Outlook

Published by under Exchange

When I update Exchange 2013 Address Book (phone number or any other details), Outlook does not seem to get updated, even the next day. It does not seem to be a problem on the client side since it tries to get the latest address book updates from Exchange at regular intervals. You can workaround this […]

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