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Exchange 2007 with Server 2016 Domain controllers

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Hi All,

We have server 2008 dc with exchange 2007. We are planning to migrate users to exchange 2013 before migrating them to O365. We are planning to introduce Server 2016 in order to better manage our Windows 10 machines.

I have a few questions:

1 - Would exchange 2007 work fine with Server 2016 domain controllers?
2 - Has anyone faced any major issues with Server 2016 domain controllers?
3 - Should we proceed with Server 2012 R2 as domain controllers or Server 2016 as domain controllers makes sense since we need to better manage our Windows 10 workstations with GPOs?

Thank you
Vick Vega
Security Consultant

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