About me

Aurel Proorocu / 29 yo / Location: Paris – France

Experience: 14+ years in IT field / 7+ years with Exchange Server.
Focus: Cloud technologies (Google, Microsoft and Amazon) / Security / Search Enterprise solutions and architecture design

Certifications & Courses

Google Search Appliance (GSA) Qualified Deployment Specialist
Google Apps Deployment Specialist
MCITP ( Microsoft Certified IT Professional ) Enterprise Messaging Administrator 2010
MCITP ( Microsoft Certified IT Professional ) Windows Server 2008 R2, Virtualization Administrator
MCITP ( Microsoft Certified IT Professional ) Enterprise Administrator Windows 2008 Server
MCITP ( Microsoft Certified IT Professional ) System Administrator Windows 2008 Server
MCSE ( Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer ) Windows 2003 Server
MCSA ( Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator ) Windows 2003 Server

Honors & Awards:
MENSA Member – Since 2011
Romanian Chess Champion with ACS APA NOVA Bucharest in 2004



11 thoughts on “About me

  1. Eran

    Great stuff
    any ideas how i can listen to the search indexer service of exchange ?
    my goal is to prevent specific messages from being indexed

  2. Andy D. Toma

    Am dat de blogul tau din intamplare.
    Si eu pe langa Exchange de prin 1999, si locuiesc si lucrez acum in Paris.
    Pana in 2010 am lucrat la GTSC Microsoft din Bucuresti.
    Acum am fel de fel de misiuni de consultanta pe infrastructura de mesagerie prin regiunea pariziana.

    Mi-ar placea sa ne cunoastem.

    Andy D. Toma

  3. virtualization

    Thanks for sharing the knowledge and for this nice blog.
    One request would be if you could please blog on Software and Hardware requirements for Exchange 2010 in a physical and virtual infrastructure would be very helpful especially minimum memory requirements for Testing purpose; let’s say in VMware Workstation or Virtual Box.
    Thanks again

  4. Frank

    Well Done! I tried every solution I could find on the web; all the way to command line solutions which always run the risk of doing real damage.

    The simple solution you outlined above is the only one that worked. Turned off both of the search functions as outlined. PROBLEM SOLVED. Thank you.


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