Network trace without netmon

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Network trace without netmon

netsh trace start capture=yes tracefile=D:\trace.etl

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Users in a hybrid deployment can’t access a shared mailbox that was created in Exchange Online [Resolved]


Users in a hybrid deployment can’t access a shared mailbox that was created in Exchange Online [Resolved]

  • Date: 24/04/2018 10 minutes to read

    Applies to: Exchange Online, Exchange Server 2016, Enterprise Edition, Exchange Server 2016, Standard Edition, Exchange Server 2013 Enterprise Exchange

CAUSE

These issues can occur when the shared mailbox is created by using the Exchange Online management tools. In this situation, the on-premises Exchange environment has no object to reference for the shared mailbox. Therefore, all queries for that SMTP address fail.
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shared mailbox Auto-mapping isn’t appearing for online users

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This is a very well know issue or you can say not well known for most of the admins

The issue is the auto mapping option

This option

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Making your web pages search friendly

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The title and meta description are important because they both are used by the search engine to generate the actual search result for the specific page. The title is used to generate the first line shown; the meta description is used to generate the few short sentences that follow.

Title

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SEO International targeting

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Target your search results to a specific country

Generic top-level domains (gTLDs) such as .com or .org

Domains that are not associated with specific locations. If your site has a generic top-level domain such as .com, .org, and wants to target users in a particular geographic location, you should set a country target.

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How to remove the everyone claim Picker from OneDrive for Business or SharePoint online


remove the everyone claim Picker form SharePoint online or onedrive for business

all users claim Picker

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(SEO) Backlinks


Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Backlinks

How Does The Backlink Check Tool Work?

Backlinks – Also referred to as Inbound Links. These are links pointing to one’s website from outside sources or other pages on the site.

Backlink tool

The backlink check tool is running a series of tests to determine how many backlinks are pointing to the website or link you entered. Additional information is also being collected including anchor text used, Page Rank of the backlink source, and any potential flags or warnings for each individual link.

In addition, the following is how to check the backlinks of your website

Backlinks check tool


The following are back links of LinkedIn web site


What do they mean?

It means the more inbound links the higher your ranking is on google search engine!

But google concern about quality, not quantity, some web site owner buy large quantity of backlinks

These websites will be penalized by google. Google prefers natural links (organic links).

Organic Results

 – Commonly referred to as Natural Results.(SERP) in a query that the listed website has not paid for. These are the websites that the search engines, each through their own algorithm, consider relevant concerning the search term.