I’ve noticed that these tools have recently been made available for download. I’ve been using the ExBPA for over a year now, and I’m really impressed with the wealth of information that it provides, so these new tools complement the ExBPA really well. They’re all free to download – so have a look at them for your organisation – they’re well worth investigating. Here’s the info from the web…
Microsoft Exchange Server Analyzer Tools Now Available
Download the latest versions of the Microsoft Exchange Server Analyzer Tools and start to identify and help resolve potential configuration, performance, and disaster recovery problems in an Exchange Server messaging topology.
· ExBPA 2.5. This is the next version of the widely used Exchange Best Practices Analyzer, containing enhancements to the user interface and additions to the best practices database.
· ExDRA 1.0. This is the first version of the Exchange Disaster Recovery Analyzer, designed to help an administrator through the process of disaster recovery. V1 focuses on the task of log file replay.
· ExPTA 1.0. This is the first version of the Exchange Performance Troubleshooting Analyzer, designed to help an administrator troubleshoot performance problems. V1 currently targets the RPC popup dialog box issue.
· PFDAVAdmin 2.4. This is the first official release of this Public Folder Administration Tool that includes several tasks that are related to public folder management and some major performance improvements.
More information on all these tools can be found here as well as the Exchange Tools page. A wealth of information and tools are also available to you at the Exchange Server TechCenter also..