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Exchange Migration Wizard keeps giving error Invalid Server specified or you do not have the permissions required to complete the operation

Posted on 2006-06-15
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I am trying to move mailboxes from one domain to another in order to finish a consolidation of two companies.  I can easily move the user accounts with ADMT, but the exchange migration wizard says it can't find my server or bad password.  I am positive the account is correct, so what do I have to do so that it can find my server? I already have a two way trust and DNS setup.
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rakeshmiglani earned 250 total points
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Are the ORG names same?

Exchange migration wizard will only work if the Exchange ORG names are not same
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The org names are not the same
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