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I have had to change the internal IP of an Exchange 2010 server (SBS 2011) from 192.168.10.X to 192.168.20.X.
Is there anything that I need to look out for with respect to the Exchange Server as a result?
I have altered the IPs and created a new DHCP.
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by:Robert St. Germain
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With Windows SBS - always a good idea to run the configuration wizards when making changes. Hope you ran the "Connect to the Internet Wizard"! That should take care of your Exchange server.  

You may also want to verify a few things that might need changes:

1. You may need to change the router configuration
2. Verify the DHCP scope
3. Verify that all static IP addresses have also been changed
4. Verify Printer IP/ports are valid. Make changes as necessary

This was just a quick list; there may be more - but this will definitely get you going.

Best of luck in your changes,

Robstg
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Many thanks - really wanted to make sure there was nothing hidden that I needed to change. Seem to have done that checklist, relief.
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I am glad that helped you. Thanks to Rob Williams.
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