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Hi All
Can I ask what is the best practice for shutting down DC's & exchange? In which order should I shut down & start-up
Thank you for your help
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You should do it like this:

Shutting down:

Exchange server first
Domain controllers

Starting up:
Domain controllers
Let it replicate well,
Exchange servers
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by:MarK PercY
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Very helpful Thank you
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You too mate.

no worries, glad it helps.
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