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Resource ForestThat means both ForestA and ForestB in our case are User Accounts Forests.
A resource forest topology is one with an Exchange forest and one or more user accounts forests.
Here is an overview of what you need to do to deploy Exchange 2010 in a topology with a resource forest:So all the users in our DomainA would have to be disabled and they wouldn't be able to log in anymore? We can't do that.
1.You must have a forest with Exchange installed. In the Exchange forest, you must have disabled the user accounts that have Exchange mailboxes.
2.You must have at least one forest that contains user accounts. This forest should not have Exchange installed.So we can't deploy Exchange 2010 to DomainA if we want to simultaneously support DomainB with it?
3.Then, you must associate the disabled user accounts in the Exchange forest with the user accounts in the accounts forest.When deploying Exchange to a domain with user accounts, aren't the accounts automatically associated with their respective mailboxes?
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