Open the Exchange Management Console. Perform one of the following steps: To view the configuration of an existing Send connector on an Edge Transport server, in the console tree, select Edge Transport, and then in the work pane, click the Send Connectors tab.
4. Gently pull the release lever away from the PCIe x16 card until you release the securing tab from the dent in the card, and then ease the card up and out of its connector and remove it from the system.
The Latitude Tablet docking solutions are widely available since the first generation of Latitude ST/Slate tablets launched. The latest docking solutions introduced the new Desktop Tablet Dock. They have all of the characteristics of their predecessor, except that they now support the USB 3.
Open the Exchange Management Console. In the console tree, expand Server Configuration, and then click Mailbox. In the result pane, select the server that contains the storage group you want. In the work pane, select the storage group for which you want to move the path.
On this page you will find find information regarding the memory for your PowerEdge servers. You will get information on how it is, what the different DIMM types are and how they will affect your server.
In the console tree, expand Server Configuration, and then click Mailbox. In the result pane, select the server on which you want to create a new storage group. In the action pane, click New storage group. The New Storage Group Wizard appears.
Open the Exchange Management Console. Perform one of the following steps: 1. On a computer that has the Edge Transport server role installed, select Edge Transport, and then in the work pane, click the Receive Connectors tab. 2.
You can use the buttons on your Tablet PC - called tablet buttons, to perform common tasks quickly. They replicate software functions in several hardware buttons. I've listed the buttons used on the Latitude 13 (7350) below and the operation of each button. Back to Top
These guides will take you step by step through the safe removal of what are considered to be the Customer Replaceable Unit CRU parts of a Latitude 13 (7350) system. CRUs are the parts of the system that shouldn't need an engineer to remove or replace.
Mounting a database In the console tree, expand Server Configuration, and then click Mailbox. In the result pane, select the server on which the database is located. In the work pane, select the mailbox or public folder database that you want to mount. In the action pane, click Mount Database.
Dell Venue 7 & 8 tablet users have reported that when the tablet comes out of sleep mode, the clock changes up to several hours(no definite time but it changes from AM to PM). The user can manually set the correct time, until it goes back into sleep mode.
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