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Relocating Directory Sync Tool for Active Directory and Office 365

Posted on 2013-10-22
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We presently have our Directory Sync tool installed on one of our Exchange servers.  We have built out a new dedicated server for the purpose of the Directory Sync tool.  What is the process to have the Directory Sync tool installed on the new server, and un-installed from our Exchange server?  Is there any risk in having two Directory Sync tools installed briefly? Is there a Microsoft article that outlines these steps, and anything to be concerned about?
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 500 total points
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Just uninstall it and put it on the other machine, nothing will happen if you skip a sync cycle or two. You cannot have more than 1 installed anyway.
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