We have a server with ample HD space. One of the drives (C:) is low on space. Needs adjustment. Migrated Microsoft 2003 Exchange to Exchange online Nov 2014.
We are wanting to retire server and use it as a stand alone computer, part of the network so we can see the data on the other local stations.
I also have archived mail on one of the stations I need to continue to see.
Here is where I left it with the last person I was working with on this. He has not had a chance to get back to me and I need to address this.
Can you help and what would you bid this project for?
Thank you, LB
EMAIL CHAIN Status of where left off
sorry l been very busy these weeks.
Yes you can turn off the server and have access to the archives
Yes there are still chances of hacking. You would need right the security on your servers.
Like close the ports which are not required anymore
On Apr 10, 2015 1:43 AM, "LB" wrote:
Thank you for your support, much appreciated.
I have a couple of questions.
1. Can you turn off the server and still leave the archive folders viewable on my station to me?
2. Is there still hacking risks once we turn the server off and use the system as storage? It does have 4 hard drives with [url removed, login to view] per drive.