Exchange 2013/2019 Coexistence - Join your Exchange 2019 Server to your domain - Part 7 of 18

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In this video we remind you that you need to update the DNS so that your Azure VM can see the Domain Controller in order for it to join the domain you have created. Once that is done we then join our Exchange 2019 server to the tlab domain in this example and then reboot the server.

Video Steps

1. Open Control Panel

Click on start and then type in Control Panel and press enter.

2. Double click on System

Double click on the System Icon.

3. Navigate to change settings

Under Computer name, workgroup and domain settings click on Change Settings.

4. Change settings to join domain

On the Computer Name tab, click on Change and then select domain and enter in the domain name and press enter. Once prompted, enter in the username and password of an account that has permission to join a domain and press enter to join the domain. Restart when prompted.
In Exchange Server, we have the option to use Public Folders to store emails and other data, instead of keeping them in our mailboxes. This article tells you how to migrate public folder contacts to Microsoft 365.
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