Load Balancing with DNS records

I've been reading some posts about why not use the Windows Network Load Balancing for Exchange environment. The main reasons are: Can only load balance at the Transport LayerCan only perform Client-IP based affinityHas no service awarenessPort floods by nature and causes excessive network trafficWorks fine in a vacuum but has many incompatibilities with Anti-Virus … Continue reading Load Balancing with DNS records

Certificate on Exchange

Certificates play an important role in the exchange environment because of clients connection relays heavily on the HTTPS protocol. In Exchange 2010 the RPC/TCP and also the RPC/HTTP (Outlook Anywhere) could be configured but in 2016 the MAPI/HTTPS is preferred. Therefore a certificate needs to be correctly configured. Installing Certificate Authority Since Microsoft Certificate Authority … Continue reading Certificate on Exchange