At the end of this video, the student will learn how to repair an Exchange database that has failed to mount. The Exchange database is where all of the email and other data is made available to the clients. When a database is down, there is no access to the Exchange server for users on that database. This is an important skill for an Exchange administrator to keep the Exchange server available to clients.
- [Instructor] The Exchange database is where…all of the email and other data…is made available to clients.…When a database is down, there is no access…to the Exchange server for users on that database.…Knowing how to fix database problems is an important skill…for an Exchange administrator to keep the Exchange server…available to clients.…We'll look at several different ways on how to get…Exchange databases back up and running.…The first one is we're going to use…the Exchange Admin Center to view…what databases may be down and to try to remount them.…
We can try remounting them a couple different ways.…One is through the Exchange Admin Center…and another is a forced mount we can do…through the Exchange Power Shell.…And the last thing we can do is we can run Eseutil commands…to repair a database that may be broken…if we don't have a good backup to restore.…We're in our Exchange Admin Center under servers…and databases and you can see we have several databases…in the list and most of them are mounted.…
Let's go ahead and choose a database from the list.…
Need to set up Exchange Server for the first time? Check out Robert's previous course, Deploying Exchange Server 2016.
Note: This course maps to the certification exam for Exchange Server 2016. Review the course and exam blueprint for the Exchange Server 13 exam here and here.
- Reviewing the Exchange Control Panel
- Managing the Mailbox role
- Configuring permissions and delegates
- Managing and troubleshooting mail transport
- Troubleshooting SMTP mail flow and domain security
- Designing an Exchange SLA
- Backup and recovery
- Planning high availability
- Troubleshooting connectivity
Skill Level Intermediate
Migrating from Exchange Server 2010 to 2013with David Elfassy2h 23m Intermediate
Windows Server 2012 R2: Manage Group Policywith Ed Liberman1h 46m Intermediate
1. Using the Exchange Control Panel
2. Managing the Mailbox Role
3. Managing Transport
4. Exchange SLA
5. Backup and Recovery
6. High Availability
7. Troubleshooting Connectivity
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