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comment Exchange Migration without co-existence?
Will adding the X500 address solve all possible problems (calendars, appointments, participants of appointments) and the end result will be the same as a "normal" migration using co-exitence?
Oct
22
comment Exchange Migration without co-existence?
From my research I did so far you have to add X500 proxy addresses, but I'm not sure if this is enough and how exactly it works. Another keyword for that problem is "LegacyExchangeDN". As far as I understand you have to build the X500 proxy addresses based on the "LeagacyExchangeDN" of your old domain. I hope someone can explain this in more detail and tell us if this is enough if we have to go that route of migration.
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revised Exchange Migration without co-existence?
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asked Exchange Migration without co-existence?
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answered What is a (raid-controller-) BBU for?
Sep
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answered What's a read-only domain controller actually useful for?
Sep
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comment Risks of having only one domain controller
I don't look for a justification for having only one server, but for good arguments to get my boss to approve at least a second server. The problem is, that most answers tell me to get a second DC and a redundant Exchange solution. For that solution I need a least two "big" servers for Hyper-V and 2 Server Enterprise licences or some other solution involving 3+ servers and I know that my boss wont approve that - the maximum would be a (small) second server that I could use as 2nd DC and seperate backup server. But I would need good argmuments for that.
Sep
26
comment Risks of having only one domain controller
If Exchange and the file server are gone, he will not care about the lost possibilty to login. And I will not get 2 x DC + 2 x Exchange + hardware load balancer for a really recommended and redundant solution. A cheap second DC would be the maximum, if I could provide him a real benifit for that solution.
Sep
26
comment Risks of having only one domain controller
Why do I have to recreate all user accounts? If I restore the full system backup image from the nightly backup, everything should be restored. Only Exchange could be a problem, if the current log files are unaccessable.
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awarded  Student
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asked Risks of having only one domain controller
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asked Best Hyper-V performance with 6 hard drives?
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