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I have a Windows SBS 2011 running Exchange server and I am migrating to new hard running the same OS. Exchange mail has been migrated as users mail seems to be running fine on new box. But when trying to move public folders, the command .\MoveAllReplicas.ps1 –Server does appear to be working. I've been waiting 4 days now, when I run Get-PublicFolderStatistics, the source server text file is 84k. The destination server file is only 3k. Any idea as I've got to get this completed. It's worth 500 to me for the quickest, correct answer. Thanks!
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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So ita migration or i would moving from One Exchaneg 2010 server to another Exchange 2010 server.

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by:Houston Blancett
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Both servers - old and new - are running windows sbs 2011 standard which  includes exchange. My customer is moving from a smaller basic server to a larger advanced server. So I'm migrating everything over to new server.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Try the below command
Get-PublicFolder "\PFlocation" | Set-PublicFolder -Replicas {Server1, Server2}

Get-PublicFolder -Recurse

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by:Houston Blancett
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Are these 2 different commands, or all together?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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The first one allow you to add server 2 to a PF just to check if that works ..... second command is just to get entire PF list :)

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by:Houston Blancett
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So am I correCt in the following syntax...

Get-PublicFolder "\PFlocation" | Set-PublicFolder -Replicas {CR-MIGRATE, CR-SERVER}
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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"\PFlocation" would be your PF location (So you need to change it).
Once run successfully check the replicas on that PF

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by:Houston Blancett
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PFlocation would be the source server or the destination server?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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PF location can be found when you go to properties of the PF you will see PATH ... thats what you need to mention in there

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Path on the source server, correct?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Ideally Path is the same as in PF Tree hierarchy ..

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by:Houston Blancett
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Ok now the only difference between the source and destination servers is the PFsourceserverstat file is 84kb and PFdestinationstat file is 79kb
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look 84 KB could also have some rule or some white space .... also if there is any corruption it wont come over as if it does whats the concept of healthy database.

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