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Goodbye Windows XP

The end of Support for Windows XP is here. For more info please follow this link: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/end-support-help

Quando sono solo sogno all’orizzonte
E mancan le parole
Si lo so che non c’ luce
In una stanza quando manca il sole
Se non ci sei tu con me, con me

Su le finestre
Mostra a tutti il mio cuore che hai accesso
Chiudi dentro me
La luce che hai incontrato per strada

Time to say goodbye paesi che non ho mai
Veduto e vissuto con te adesso s li vivro
Con te partiro su navi per mari che, io lo so
No, no, non esistono piu, it’s time to say goodbye

Quando sei lontana sogno all’orizzonte
E mancane le parole
E io s lo so che sei con me, con me
Tu mia luna tu sei qui con me
Mio sole tu sei qui con me, con me, con me, con me

Time to say goodbye paesi che non ho mai
Veduto e vissuto con te adesso s li vivro
Con te partir su navi per mari che, io lo so
No, no, non esistono piu con te io li rivivr

Con te partir su navi per mari che, io lo so
No, no, non esistono pi con te io li rivivro
Con te partiro

Io con te

Andrea Bocelli – Time To Say Goodbye

4 replies on “Goodbye Windows XP”

I’m looking at your article from July 24th 2013 in regards to mailbox moves from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 Failing with the status of “FailedOther” you mention going into ADSI edit for the failed user’s account but I’m not seeing what you did in ADSI edit to get the move request to resume again. The article headline is: Exchange 2013 Mailbox Move “FailedOther”

Thanks

Hello David,

In the post: http://jermsmit.com/exchange-2013-mailbox-move-failedother/
What I did was locate the following objects of the user account in question which had failed:
msExchMailboxMoveFlags & msExchMailboxMoveStatus

Indeed I wasn’t too clear at the time. I clicked on each of the respective attributes and clicked ‘edit’ then cleared the values.
I was then able to go back and initiate the move once again.

Thanks for the update I really appreciate it, I’m still having an issue when I restart the migration after clearing those fields

i’d be glad to help… have you changed the number of permitted failed items for each of the accounts you are migrating.
Do this 1st. and while time consuming it helps. Powershell a pst backup of the users mailbox on your soon to be legacy system… this way you have a backup…

on the next transfer (mailbox move) set the allowed items to fail to something crazy like 9999 it should succeed. Now if the user see’s or thinks something is missing they can mount the pst.

The cause of such issues are corrupted items in the users mailbox x header info from 3rd party software, etc…

Let me know if that works, and feel free to ask for more info, I love this stuff and happy to help.

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