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Exchange 2007 - Just upgraded Domain Controllers

Posted on 2015-01-02
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Hi,

We just Replaced our domain controllers.  Upgraded from 2008r2 to 2012r2.  The IP's stayed the same.. however the machine names did change.  The old names are NOT in DNS.  Is there anything to change on our exchange 2007 server ?

We keep getting an error on the server.. however w/ multiple people in it at anyone time.. it doesn't stay up for long.  I will try and catch it when its up again.

Just curious if any Exchange Experts had run into this before.  thanks.
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by:Seth Simmons
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have you tried rebooting the exchange server?
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ossjzb earned 0 total points
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yep.. many times.

Think I found it.. it's AD Bulk Contacts.. rev. 3.2.

not an actual part of Exchange it looks like.
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by:ossjzb
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not an actual exchange problem.. looks like an alternate program in exchange.
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