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Moving Exchange 2007 SP3 OWA on server 2008 sp2 to server 2008 R2

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Hi

I would like to move Exchange 2007 SP3 OWA on MS server 2008 SP2 to MS Server 2008 R2.

The reason we would like to move it is, we can't enable TLS 1.2 on Server 2008 for secure protocol. We can only enable it on Server 2008 R2.

How is the right thing to do to move it to server 2008 R2? Does anyone has the step by step guide for it?

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You would need to install the CAS role on the new server to do this, then decommission the old server if that's the only role it holds. If you have all roles on the existing server, you should be able to just uninstall that role from the server after installing it on another server. Make sure your Active Directory Sites and services is properly configured with Subnets necessary for your environment as well.
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Yes the old server has Mailbox, CAS and Transport roles. I am going to move only CAS role.

Both servers will be in the same LAN.
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