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  1. It was missing some of the columns I need. It was definitely missing department and I believe full mailbox access and send on behalf of info.
  2. Hi all. I'm trying to figure out a Powershell command I can use to get me the following information in a csv file. I'm not really proficient in powershell so this is extremely difficult. I'm just trying to find something that some has already used that I can give a try. I've tried this - https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Generate-Mailbox-Size-and-3f408172 - and this - https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/exchange/Exchange-Mailbox-Report-c805970e - but haven't figured out how to edit them to do what I want or give me what I need. Any ideas? Again, all I need is what you see below for my entire organization. We have an Exchange 2007 server. DisplayName Company PrimarySmtpAddress Alias TotalItemSize(MB) Full Access Rights SendOnBehalf
  3. Hmmm... this web site says it requires a minimum 400W psu... http://graphics-cards.specout.com/l/1041/ASUS-R7240-2GD3-L
  4. Looks good. You're pretty confident it could work with the HP stock psu?
  5. Oh, I didn't see that. Sorry. I'll check it out.
  6. Well actually, either a video card that'll work or a psu that'll fit in the HP case but that's a good bit better than 240W...
  7. Correct, and that's why I'm asking for help. That Radeon card isn't in the HP nor can I move it to the HP. I'm just hoping I can find something that'll fit (low profile) into the HP, that will work with the stock psu in the HP, and that's at least as good if not better than the Radeon I have in my current 7+ year old PC.
  8. Thanks everyone for your thoughts. I was less concerned about the physical specs of the SSD and more concerned about what HP said about the capacity of the SSD's it supported. I appreciate the information you all gave me.
  9. Hi all. I got my hands on a HP Compaq 6200 Pro SFF (Core i3 3.1GHz, 8GB RAM). This PC is about 4 years old but my current PC is about 7(+) years old. The specs on this HP are a good bit better and I'd really like to find a graphics card that'd work in it and replace my old PC with this less old PC. It does have a PCIe x16 slot and the case is half height so it'd have to be a low profile card. The video card in my current PC is a Radeon HD 6600 with 1 or 2 GB RAM (can't remember the type - GDDR something or other maybe). A huge problem with the HP is that it has the stock power supply, a 240W one. I need to find either a video card that's as good or better than my current one, that I can get low profile, that doesn't require external power, and that will work with this 240W power supply, or I need to find a replacement power supply that'll fit in this HP case that offers more power. I really don't want to go the route of cannibalizing parts from the HP (the processor and the RAM specifically) because I'm not interested in building a PC, but I will if it just won't be possible to get my hands on a video card that will fit in the HP, work with the 240W power supply, and provide at least a little bit better graphics than the Radeon I'm currently using. Any thoughts or ideas?
  10. Hi all. I was reviewing the specifications documentation for the HP Compaq 6200 Pro SFF (link below) and specifically I was looking at the SSD options. It shows that it supports 80GB, 120GB, and 160GB HP SSD's. What I'm wondering is if there's something about the hardware that would keep it from being able to use a SSD larger than 120GB? Any ideas? http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetHTML.aspx?docname=c04123261
  11. Hi everyone. I'm looking for a Powershell command to find all users in an OU that have no email address attribute. The only info I need is the user's name. Can anyone out there help me with this?
  12. Well, the good thing is that I have gotten past the initial issue with a storage driver keeping Windows from booting once the image is applied. Now I just need to figure out how to have certain default settings be in place for any user that logs onto the imaged PC. I know I need to do this in Audit mode so I'm working on that now. Hopefully I can figure it out on my own. 8)
  13. Yes, I'm using MDT 2012 update 1, or the last version of 2012 that is available.
  14. Okay, I got past the driver issue. Now I'm having an issue with a MDT 2012 image completing 100% successfully. Everything installs and I get into Windows, but when it finishes it fails with 8 errors. The errors are: FAILURE (7002): Computer is a member of a domain, should be in a workgroup when sysprepping. Litetouch deployment failed, Return Code = 2147467259 0x80004005 Failed to run the action: Execute Sysprep. The specified protocol driver is invaled. (Error: 00001B5A; Source: Windows) The execution of the group (State Restore) has failed and the execution has been aborted. An action failed. Operation aborted (Error: 80004004; Source: Windows) Failed to run the last action: Execute Sysprep: Execution of task sequence failed. The specified protocol driver is invalid. (Error: 00001B5A; Source: Windows) Task Sequence Engine failed! Code: enExecutionFail Task sequence execution failed with error code 80004005 Error Task Sequence Manager failed to execute task sequence. Code 0x80004005 I'm confused about what's happening and why. What I did was create a VM with everything in the image I want. I then ran a Sysprep and Capture Task Sequence on the VM. I basically followed this guys step-by-step procedure: The good thing is that the image does install, the computer joins the domain, and everything seems to be okay. The bad thing is that I get those errors and I don't understand why. I believe that, among other things, it's saying the sysprep couldn't be completed, but my question is what sysprep? Ugh, I'm so confused... Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  15. Hi all. I have a massive file copy I need to do as I'm moving data from fileserver1 to fileserver2. There's so much data, and it copies so slowly, that it will take possibly as long as 24 hours for the robocopy to complete. Also, there's no way to keep the users out of the files while the copy is going on. Because of this I was wondering how I could use robocopy to get the job done. If I use the /MIR switch I know it will create an exact copy of what's in fileserver1 and place it on fileserver2. Once that's done I'd like to run another robocopy that only copies files that have changed since the last copy. I'd like to think that would result in a copy that would go very quickly. The only problem is I don't know how to do that. Can robocopy do that? If so, how?
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