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WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE TO SEPERATE THE DOMAIN CONTROLLER FROM EXCHANGE SERVER 2007

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HI TEAM,
I HAVE ONE DOMAIN CONTROLLER AND EXCHANGE 2007 SERVER IN SINGLE HARDWARE SERVER. NOW I NEED TO SEPERATE THE DOMAIN CONTROLLER FROM EXCHANGE AND TRANSFER TO ADDITIONAL DOMAIN CONTROLLER AND MAKE THE ADDITIONAL SERVER TO MAIN SERVER. AFTER THAT EXCHNAGE SERVER SHOULD CONTACT THIS DOMAIN .

PLEASE TELL ME ANYBODY HAVE THIS PROCEDURE
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You need to setup a new temp  Exchange server on a non DC, after you have a second DC up and running.Move al l the mailboxes etc over, and then remove exchange from te original server, and demote the server via DCPROMO, then reinstall exchange and move everything back.

Check the MS site for MS exchange swing migration, as well as removing first Exchange from AD group.

This needs to be well planned out and you have to have all the pieces in place.

I would suggest doing a full test in a lab environment first.


I hope this helps !
 
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