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Installing Exchange 2010 on multi domain AD

Posted on 2011-09-18
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Hi,

We have the following AD design

root.internal (Root Level)
au.domain.internal (This is a NEW domain in the Root.internal forest)

When I go to prepare Schema, domain, and AD, I get errors in regards to the AD not being up-to-date.

I have run prepareschema and prepareAD in root.internal
Then preparedomain on au.domain.internal

What is the correct procedure to prepare for exchange 2010 install in this environment?

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You can run all commands in the root domain, provided that the account has Enterprise admins, Domain admins in au.domain and Schema admins.

Run setup.com /preparelegacyexchangepermissions
/prepareschema
/preparead
/preparedomain
/preparealldomain
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by:chris-burns
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What functional level are your domains and forest at?

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thanks. Its installed
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