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Moving of Exchange Server 2010

Posted on 2013-11-18
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Hey Guys,

I would like to change hardware for my Exchange Servers 2010.

Can i get a procedure to carry this out.

Thanks.

Gurvinder Bhary
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by:Dave Robinson
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You could use Disk2VHD to P2V the Server and then set up Hyper-V on the new hardware and create a new Exchange Virtual Server using the saved VHD.
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You can install new Exchange server on the new hardware
and than move mailboxes,public folders,oab, etc to the new server and apply the rules, filters to the new server
move your certificates to the new server as well
and after all is complete and you have no more data on the old server you can remove it with ADSI Edit
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