By default, Windows features a button with shutdown options on the login screen. It can be handy, but if you’d prefer not to have it there, it’s easy enough to remove.
Lets say you are hosting many domains in one Exchange Server (Multi-Tenant) .
SSL cert has been Configured, With these below entries for example .
In Simple Words – Using AutoDiscover with large numbers of accepted domains
Now for every domain you host . you cannot keep adding their entries in your SSL . that’s not going to benefit you . the recommended method is using the Autodiscoverredirect method .
like for the every domain you host . you can create a CNAME record.
autodiscover.DomainA.com CNAME to autodiscoverredirect.careexchange.in
So that you can get the autodiscover settings from your primary domain .
And Outlook 2007 . 2010 , 2013 can understand it . so that your Outlook can be configured automatically
We explore using SRV records for autodiscover. This is a great way to keep the names on your certificate to a minimum. Great for mergers, or, multi-tenancy.
This script contains information from other scripts and combined to give you a working PS1 file that will go and remove all the log files generated by Exchange 2013 which is not automatically truncated.You can schedule this using Task Scheduler to run X number of times a day or w