No Exchange 2010 updates were released today since Exchange 2010 is in extended support.
Updates will be released as per the extended support lifecycle policy.
To start, make sure you are logged in to the Exchange 2013 ECP / EAC.
When we create a certificate request what we are doing is creating a request for a certificate that we can provide to the likes of Go Daddy that tells them to create a certificate that trusts the domains names ( or Subject Alternative Names ) that we specify.
The script will reload all the performance counters in the %Exchange Install Path%\setup\perf directory.
You run it directly on the affected Exchange server from an elevated Power Shell or EMS prompt.
The next screen simply asks you where you would like to save the request file.Log Name: Application Source: MSExchange Common Date: 11/29/2016 PMEvent ID: 106Task Category: General Level: Warning Keywords: Classic User: N/AComputer: EX16B.Description: Performance counter updating error. Invalid Operation Exception: The requested Performance Counter is not a custom counter, it has to be initialized as Read Only. Counter name is Percentage of Failed Offline GLS Requests in Last Minute, category name is MSExchange Global Locator Offline GLS Processes. I wrote the following Power Shell script to reload the Exchange performance counters. NET Framework update on Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, or Exchange 2016 servers. Setup$perfcounters = Get-Child Item "$env: Exchange Install Path\Setup\Perf\" *| Where-Object $perfcount = $perfcounters.