Yesterday, with the announcement of the latest incarnation of their virtualization platform, VMware have introduced a new licensing model that makes major changes to the costs involved with virtualizing memory intensive servers.
VMware’s upcoming changes still split features into different editions, and still license customers on a per-CPU basis, but in addition to this, vSphere is now licensed on the memory allocated to virtual machines, known as vRAM.
When you’re trying to setup the Outlook profile (in Outlook 2003), you can get the error below.
“Your Exchange Server administrator has blocked the version of Outlook that you are using. Contact your administrator for assistance”.
Check, if you are able to setup a profile while using Outlook 2010. If yes, that makes things clear. Quickly check to see whether you have a public folder database in your environment. In most cases, creation of Public Folders solves the problem
Microsoft has started supporting smart card authentication for Outlook Anywhere, provided that Outlook 2007 SP2 and Exchange 2010 SP1 is used (at the time of writing). The SSL should terminate on the CAS server. This throws reverse proxies like TMG 2010 out of the equation.
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