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    • 6 Jul 2017

    A new version of Migrator for Notes to Exchange is now available!

    We are excited to announce a new version of Migrator for Notes to Exchange 4.15 is now available for download. Look what's new: Completely re-engineered folder mapping and filtering algorithm - The folder mapping and filtering algorithm has been completely re-designed to provide a much cleaner migration experience using default settings, without any [Filters] defined. Windows Server 2016 is now supported ...
    • 3 Jul 2017

    A new version of Migrator for Notes to SharePoint is now available!

    We are excited to announce a new version of Migrator for Notes to SharePoint 6.9.1 is now available for download. Look what's new: Support new license type for the Discovery edition of Migrator for Notes to SharePoint If you need additional services to assist you with upgrading Migrator for Notes to SharePoint or ensuring your solution is running optimally, please visit our Migrator for Notes to SharePoint...
    • 18 May 2017

    A new version of Migrator for GroupWise, 4.6.1, is now available!

    We are excited to announce a new version of Migrator for GroupWise , 4.6.1, is now available for download. Look what's new: • Rebranded to Quest. Migrator for GroupWise has been rebranded as a Quest product. • Support for new operating systems as your admin migration server or running SSDM: • Windows Server 2016 • Windows Server 2012 R2 • Windows 10 • Windows 8.1 The full Migrator...
    • 3 Apr 2017

    A new version of Migrator for Notes to SharePoint, 6.9, is now available!

    We are excited to announce a new version of Migrator for Notes to SharePoint , 6.9, is now available for download. Look what's new: Integrated support - Search for knowledge base solutions right from the error in the log entry details dialog box Migrating failed items – Easily load items that failed to migrate from the log file and retry the failed items again Remote database repository support –...
    • 27 Feb 2017

    Migrating to Archive Mailboxes with Quest On Demand Migration for Email

    Both Exchange and Office 365 have the option to provide users with two separate mailboxes. First, there is the normal “User Mailbox”, which is typically used on an everyday basis and is housed on high performance storage media. Second, is the “User Archive” mailbox, which is typically used only when older data needs to be referenced and can be stored on less expensive storage media. Quest On Demand...
    • 17 Feb 2017

    Securing your Active Directory Environment from the Inside Out. (Part 4)

    Step 4: Control and simplify Group Policy management . Using GPOADmin, you can be very granular with who is allowed to do what with a particular Group Policy. Much like Active Roles, GPOAdmin allows you to grant specific rights to your Administrators and make the changes through a service account. Thus greatly reducing the need to grant the rights natively. Finally, we have secured Active Directory literally from...
    • 14 Feb 2017

    Getting Organized Using Toad

    Toad has so many features and RDBMS' have so many objects it can sometimes be difficult to mesh them together to accomplish the tasks at hand. Wouldn't it be great if there were ways to have these organized in the way you need vs ...
    • 13 Feb 2017

    Securing your Active Directory Environment from the Inside Out. (Part 3)

    Okay, we have identified our privileged users and determined what rights are needed for them to do their jobs. Now we need a way to enforce these new roles. Step 3: Simplify the security of your Active Directory Active Roles is an AD proxy. It will sit between the user and Active Directory and determine if the user should be performing the task or not. Since the Active Roles service account is actually making the...
    • 8 Feb 2017

    Secure Automation Using Toad for Oracle

    While Toad for Oracle has had Automation for a long time now it has been necessary to run it on your desktop. While this is an important feature this limitation made it not ideal for organizations where security is imperative, such as in t...
    • 7 Feb 2017

    Securing your Active Directory Environment from the Inside Out. (Part 2)

    In my previous post, I touched on how you can identify users in AD with elevated rights . Now we need to determine if they're really necessary. Step 2: Identifying what rights are needed for the job. I can't begin to tell you how many companies that I've talked with who give out Domain Admin rights like candy. I've seen Sr. Admins with it, I've seen Jr. Admins with it, heck I've seen Help...
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