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The Domain and Forest functional levels can only be upgraded to 2012R2 once you have Migrated all of your DCs to 2012R2. Remember that you can go back down to 2008R2 functional level once you have upgraded to 2012R2. Don't forget to Transfer all the FSMO roles to your new DCs before decommissioning the older 2008R2 DCs. Any existing servers with static IP ...


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I would highly recommend you start from the parse-server-example project. It is an example of a node.js application that uses the parse-server. As far as I can tell it serves as the best documentation on how to create an application that uses parse-server. From there you really only need to modify the index.js file for all configuration to use it as-is.


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OK I figured out how to do this. Here's the answer, for anyone who may find it helpful. This is a high-level overview. Let me know if you have questions about the details of any particular step. Create the user's mailbox on the new server. Set the password to a known value. Ensure the username matches the old username. Copy the user's current hashed ...


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If you don't have a CloudFormation template for your existing VPC resources, create one. Then re-create the VPC on the other AWS account by creating a CloudFormation stack with that template. You might find CloudFormer useful when creating the template based on your current VPC: ...


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The above suggestion looks good. "FailedToMailEnablePublicFoldersException has occurred”, it probably means that the public folders can’t be mail-enabled using the migration script. Please try manually mail enable the public folder first, then resume the migration batch and check if any improvement, check this thread to get in detailed: ...


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Seems like you are on the right track. Microsoft has published a KB on this issue here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3050726 From the KB Mail-disable all public folders that are mail-enabled in the NON_IPM_SUBTREE folder. For more information about how to mail-disable a public folder To locate the system public folders, open the Exchange ...



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