Adding a 2010 exchange server to a 2003 environment

Posted on 2011-10-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Our domain controller is a 2003 enterprise server (x86) and Exchange 2003 is running on a 2003 server (x86).  Can a 2008 (x64) server with exchange 2010 be added to this environment?
Question by:kmillernet
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    Yes, Windows 2003 Server that runs Domain Services is supported with Exchange 2010 running on another server.
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    yes it is is the detailed list of exchange 2010 support versions of windows server
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    Your active directory forest needs to be at least windows 2003 as does your domain. Exchange needs to be in native mode in order to support co existence.

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