Exchange recipient policy not updating
This vulnerability allows unauthenticated password resets of arbitrary accounts.We don't have any examples of anyone exploiting this vulnerability. read more → In version 5 of AD Bulk Users and version 4 of AD Bulk Export you no longer need to add in all the command line arguments.The material provided on this Site is protected by law, including, but not limited to, United States copyright law and international treaties.These terms of access apply to your access to and use of this Site and do not alter in any way the terms and conditions of any other agreement you may have with the Company for products, software, services or otherwise, unless otherwise directed by the Company. Dollars, as well as a variety of international currencies. Once purchased, membership fees are NONREFUNDABLE even in the event that your membership is terminated for violations of our USE RESTRICTIONS.You can use the scheduler wizard to specify all your options and then you can use the command line argument /schedule: Name Of Schedule which will save...read more → Microsoft has today issued a critical patch for every supported version of Windows that fixes a fifteen year old bug (named JASBUG) that could allow attackers to remotely take control of computers joined to an Active Directory domain.I’ve been doing a lot of work recently getting our FIM ready to provision and manage mailboxes and other objects in Exchange 2013 and, in doing so, I have made much reference to a table of attributes required for different object types which only seems to exist in the form of an image.
We recently discovered that there is a security vulnerability in AD Self Password Reset v22.214.171.124 and older.
Unfortunately you can't just "Pop in the DVD" and let it upgrade.
In fact there is no direct upgrade, you need to perform what Microsoft calls a "Transition" to Exchange 2010.
Below we've listed some common areas to check and commands you...
read more → AD Bulk Export version 4 the latest version of our Active Directory export tool is now available to download.
The closest I’ve come to something from Microsoft has been the Update-Recipient documentation but that only refers to Mailbox User attributes.