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    Fixes an issue in which you use ExBPA to schedule a scan and receive an error message “Runs cannot be scheduled because you have not entered security credentials that are requires for the run”. when you perform a scan
    Explains how to obtain and use the Microsoft Exchange Server Best Practices Analyzer tool (ExBPA). Microsoft Customer Support Services may have you use the tool to collect data about your Exchange organization.
    Fixes an issue in which a SCOM 2007 SP1 server does not send out alerts when certain issues occur in an Exchange Server 2007 organization. This issue occurs when the ExBPA tool runs on the Exchange server 2007 servers.
    The Exchange Best Practice Analyzer (ExBPA) is built into the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Management Pack. It runs daily on each Exchange server and will generate a summary alert per server if issues are found. Only one alert will be displayed for each
    Wednesday, June 29, 2005: 10:00 A.M. Pacific time: Discusses data collection and analysis to troubleshoot the Cancelable RPC dialog box. Discuses why the Outlook "retrieving data" message may appear and how to use ExBPA.
    Provides information about the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010 Diagnostic.
    Fixes a problem in which you receive an "Active Directory wasn't prepared using hosting mode." error message when you install Exchange Server 2010 SP1 from an unattended installation.
    The Exchange Best Practices Analyzer Cites in the Critical Issues List, the following error: For example: Missing FQDN in 'exchangeMDB' service principal name Missing FQDN in 'exchangeRFR' service principal name Missing NetBIOS in 'exchangeMDB' service...

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