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Why when I plug in my new 2008 r2 domain controller in exchange stops working.

Posted on 2014-07-24
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I have transferred all the rolls from my old windows 2003 domain controller to a windows 2008 r2 machine and my exchange does work.
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Going to have to give us more information than that..

- The exact steps you have taken inc the tutorial/online post you used to make the changes.
- Did you migrate all the exchange accounts correctly and without errors onto the new box.
- Any error logs that might be useful.
- on the clients machines what does it say when you turn off the 2003 box

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