Originally Posted by hdawg
IMO, the #1 challenge of all new BES Admins ... management wants it up and working 100% without any issues yesterday.
I know... my problem is that I just don't know how to approach this beast. There's far too many people that rely on this system (that's currently up and running) that I just wouldn't know how to do anything with it if a problem arised.
Right now I'm reading up like mad to figure out how to safely transition from BES 4.1 sp3 to BES 4.1 sp4.
Keep in mind, I have 3 BES servers in different geographical locations.
Seeing how this isn't your typical Microsoft product, I have this feeling that I can't just easily go to setup on each machine and let it guide me through.
Any advice/strategies to accomplish this is uber appreciated...
If you want to continue to use MSDE, start from the sample script I created |
Moving from MSDE to SQL Standard / Enterprise won't necessarily fix RPC problems you're having with Exchange; be aware of that.
Cool script, but how does it actually work? The commands just don't make any sense to me... remember I'm the rookie of all rookies here.
I was going to do this but the other guy in this thread advised against the central database theory. It was "alwayzurboy". So now who is right and who is wrong?