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Exchange is unable to connect to AD

Posted on 2011-03-07
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Hi,

We have issue with exchange which is unable to connect to DC. topology service isn't responding. Tried to re-boot both DC & Exchange but still no go. Nothing is wrong with the DNS. The problem started when we have moved our newly created DC to a new site. though we have reverted back the settings still the issue remains...
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What is the Exchange Server Version you are using?
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Felix Leven earned 400 total points
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Topology changes (move DC to different Site) can take some time.

All needed ports/services reachable if you moved to another network:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/832017/en-us

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Did you update AD Sites & Services after you moved the DC?
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Thanks for the information.
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