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Exchange 2013 in a Child Domain

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Im planning an Exchange 2013 Installation. I have a root domain and 2 child domains. I want this Exchange server to be installed in one of the child domains. What is the procedure ? I must do the schema upgrade on the child domain only or in both root domain and child domains ?

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Question by:Anestis Psomas
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Hi,

Schema extension probably be in root domain (wherever the schema master resides, from the same site as well).

From root domain:

PrepareSchema
PrepareAD
PrepareAllDomains

From Child Domain:

Install exchange
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I want this Exchange server to be installed in one of the child domains.

the correct switch is /PrepareDomain

running with /PrepareAllDomains will do them all which is not desired here

Prepare Active Directory and Domains

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125224%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx
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