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How to Look at ExBPA Files Exchange Tech Talk 10/04/2004.

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1 How to Look at ExBPA Files Exchange Tech Talk 10/04/2004

2 Agenda ExBPA status Installation Importing files Viewing files More info Q & A

3 ExBPA Status Shipped with WR 1.1 on 9/21/2004 Highly publicized 16000 downloads in first week Top issues found: –IFS Drive enabled –MaxDSNSize not set –All versions of Outlook are allowed access

4 Installation MSI can be found at Requires.NET Framework 1.1 Latest configuration will download on startup

5 Importing Files Select either one

6 Importing Files (continued) Select this to import a new report Click on report to expand Select this to view an existing report

7 Importing Files (continued) Import will bring up standard open file dialog After import or view is selected, file may be reanalyzed if a newer config exists (this may take a minute or longer depending on file size) Alternative import method: –Stop ExBPA –Copy file to \documents and settings\ \application data\microsoft\exbpa –Start ExBPA and report will show up in report view

8 Viewing Files The Full Issues list shows all best practice violations reported by the tool Click on issue to expand Click on link to bring up detailed web article

9 Viewing Files (continued) The Detailed View-Full Issues List shows all best practice violations and informational messages in hierarchical context

10 Viewing Files (continued) The Detailed View shows all data gathered and the issues reported The Statistics Summary section shows overall totals of various object types

11 Viewing Files (continued) The Executing workstation section shows information on the machine ExBPA was run on (useful for debugging ExBPA problems)

12 Viewing Files (continued) The Full Run section shows all the specific data gathered Icons help navigate down to issues

13 Viewing Files (continued) Server specific data can be found under Full Run\Exchange Configuration\ \Admin Groups\ \Exchange Servers\

14 Viewing Files (continued) This will bring up the find bar Search will be done from currently selected node – text entered can be reg key name, value, directory property, etc. Match will be highlighted – no match does nothing

15 More Info Lots of information on –Download link –Overview doc –Quick start guide –FAQ –Known issues list –Press pass article –And more…

16 Q & A

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