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I own  2 servers, Server A and Server B.

Server A has:

  • Window server 2003 sp2.
  • Exchange 2003 sp2.

Server B has:

  • Windows Server 2008 sp2.
  • Exchange 2007.

At first the creation of ADC on Server B and the installation of Exchange 2007 is done on it. Then, I transferred all the mail from aged exchange 2003 one to fresh one. Now the thing happens that “the fresh exchange” is showing SERVER -A as a global catalogue in property of the HUB. I have transferred FSMO roles from old one to new server. But the trouble is solved yet. I have taken away the aged DC, now my fresh exchange got crashed.

How can I solve this?

This is on test. I am going to need this as practice once again so please give me suggestion.

Thank you in advance for your help.

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Hello Ruby,

If your new exchange crashed then it is possible that the settings were messed up with too. So the remedy here will be to reinstall the new exchange and after that you can go ahead and reconfigure it. But before that you can try reconfiguring exchange without reinstalling it and see if that will resolve the issue.




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Dear Rubyimorales,

I think you are having a problem with the installation process. In this case, this is creating problems transferring data and your sharing process is not working correctly. Please check your DNS setup to see if it is ok. You may need to reinstall it again for it to  work successfully.



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