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move exchange 2013 with ad 2003 to new ad 2016

Dear sir,

I have exchange 2013 with domain controller server 2003. New I want to new domain controller server 2016 in new machine.
How can I move my exchange 2013 to new domain controller windows server 2016.
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Patrick Bogers

8/22/2022 - Mon
Tahir Qureshi

were you still going to use 2003 dc?
you don't need to move exchange as long as it is not a domain controller
you don;t need to do anything as long as you are using the same domain


My suggestion
Migrate the domain and forest to 2016 DC,
transfer FSMO role
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