Whenever some complex procedure is performed on the Exchange server, it is desirable for the database administrator to generate a detailed log report and keep it handy for future reference. This is because through log reports, administrators can get an idea of what steps were carried out during the complex procedure and what the outcomes were at each step, and from that, they can draw significant conclusions which can help them in performing future procedures. Log report generation is therefore a desired feature every Exchange administrator looks for before investing in any Exchange utility.
There are quite a few Exchange upkeep utilities available in the market but not many of them offer a log generation facility. Thankfully, Stellar Repair for Exchange software does. This proficient Exchange recovery software, which excels in repairing corrupted EDB files and restoring mailbox contents to usable Outlook PST files, is equipped with the capability to generate a detailed report of its findings as it scans and fixes problems within Exchange database files. The findings this software produces – like what errors were found, what the causes were for them, what steps were carried out to fix them, etc. – can prove to be quite enlightening for administrators who can use them as tips to avert the next Exchange mishap.
When it comes to reviving an Exchange server that has failed owing to errors like “failure to mount database”, “dirty shutdown”, “that mailbox does not exist”, etc, Stellar Repair for Exchange is the program of choice for some of the most experienced MVPs across the globe. It even works in situations where ESEUTIL and PowerShell fail.
How to view / save log report with this product
If you have recently fixed a complex Exchange error using Stellar Repair for Exchange and would like to know in-depth facts about it, here are the steps you should follow to view and save a detailed log report of the procedure
To know more about the features of the product and why you should be relying on it for all your Exchange needs, read the complete features and specifications here: https://www.stellarinfo.com/edb-exchange-server-recovery.htm