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Exchange – High Memory Utilization

Back pressure is a system resource monitoring feature of the Microsoft Exchange Transport service that exists on Microsoft Exchange 2013 Mailbox servers and Edge Transport servers. What this means is that the Exchange server monitors key resources, such as hard drive space and memory, and under pressure, can take action to prevent service unavailability. While this can prevent system resources from being completely exhausted, back pressure can cause service degradation. The Exchange server tries to process existing messages before accepting…

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Exchange 2013 – Failed to detect the BitLocker state for EDS log drive ‘C:\’

BitLocker is a feature in Windows Server 2012 (and newer) for encrypting the hard drive. Most organizations are not required to encrypt the data on the server hard drives and to my experience, very few organizations choose to do so unless they are forced to do so. Therefore, to the surprise of many of us, the Windows Event Log starts filling up with BitLocker related messages on the Exchange 2013 servers after installing Cumulative Update 7 (CU7) for Exchange Server…

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