clustered Exchange 2007 to standalone Exch2010 in Vsphere

Posted on 2011-04-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hi all experts,

I would like to seek an expert advice on how to migrate my current MS-clustered exchange 2007 to either:

1. MS-Clustered exchange 2007 to MS-clustered 2010 in Vsphere.
2. MS-clustered exchange 2007 to standalone(non-clustered) Exchange 2010 in vsphere.

Thanks in adv.
Question by:julisanto
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    Expert Comment

    A few questions before I suggest a route:

    Q:  Will the servers be on the same domain?
    Q:  If clustered, what is the business/technical driver behind this?

    Accepted Solution


    Yes, within the same domain
    Not sure, just trying to figure out the benefits i can gain between these 2 strategy.


    Author Closing Comment

    i have fix the iossue.

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