Office 365 Migration

Hello Everyone,

I am performing a cutover migration from Exchange 2010 to office 365. How do i find the Exchange Server Name (FQDN) and a RPC Proxy Server?

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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Those are the values for your own on-prem Exchange server. If you have Autodiscover properly working, the wizard will detect those for you. Otherwise, you will need to provide the values. RPC proxy server will be the externally accessible endpoint, say mail.domain.com, the Exchange server name will be the actual server name (say WIN-NNAQDGPNHR5) or it's FQDN.

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NishantAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I am up and running now.
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