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The move-mailbox method is recommended by Microsoft for upgrading Exchange 55 organizations that have dedicated mailbox servers and public-folder servers
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A variant of the move-mailbox method is the swing method: 1 Install Exchange 2000 on a brand new machine running Windows 2000 2 Join the new Exchange 2000 server to the existing Exchange 55 site 3 Move mailboxes and public folders from the existing Exchange 55 site to the new Exchange 2000 server 4 Delete Exchange 55 from the servers, upgrade their hardware, install Windows 2000 and then Exchange 2000 on them, and return to step 2 to upgrade all the sites The advantages and disadvantages of this method are fairly obvious, given the previous discussion of the other two methods
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The rest of this chapter has walkthroughs for a basic in-place upgrade We will be using a new testbed scenario with two machines:
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Box81 This machine is the root Windows 2000 domain controller for the mtitcom domain (downlevel domain name MTIT) and has Windows 2000 SP1 installed The domain is running in Windows 2000 native mode to support universal groups for migration of Exchange 55 DLs Box82 This machine is a member server in the MTIT domain and is running Exchange 55 SP3 over Windows NT 40 Server SP4 A number of mailboxes, DLs, and public folders have been created on this machine, and test messages have been sent and items posted using a client computer running Outlook 2000
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Our upgrade procedure, which will upgrade the Exchange 55 machine directly to Exchange 2000, will be as follows:
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Upgrade from Windows NT to Windows 2000 SP1 on Exchange 55 server Box82 Install an ADC on Box81 to migrate Exchange 55 configuration and recipient information to Active Directory Run ForestPrep to prepare the forest for Exchange 2000 by updating the schema Configure a connection agreement using the ADC console Run DomainPrep to prepare the domain for Exchange 2000 Finish the process by running Exchange 2000 Setup on Box82 to upgrade it from Exchange 55 to Exchange 2000
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This simple upgrade scenario will be used to illustrate the various tasks and steps that may be involved in upgrading an existing Exchange 55 organization to Exchange 2000 For more information, see Appendix 1 for a list of white papers and other resources from Microsoft that explain in detail the different kinds of upgrades
Upgrading Exchange 55 to Windows 2000
This procedure is straightforward The only real issue is whether the hardware of your existing Windows NT machine can support Windows 2000 If your existing hardware can support Windows 2000, simply insert the Windows 2000 Advanced server CD or connect to a shared distribution point on the network, run Setup, select the Upgrade option, and follow the prompts Then install Windows 2000 SP1 on the machine, which is required before installing Exchange 2000 Use Outlook from the client computer to test that users can still connect to their Exchange 55 mailboxes on Box82 and send mail
Walkthrough
Installing the ADC
Switch to Box81, the forest root domain controller in our testbed forest Log on using the default Administrator account for the mtitcom domain (this account has the necessary privileges to complete the walkthrough) We re going to install the ADC to establish interoperability between the Exchange 55 directory on Box82 and Active Directory on Box81 (see Under the Hood)
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Insert the Exchange 2000 CD into Box81, open a command prompt, switch to the \ADC\I386 directory on the CD, and run Setupexe The ADC Installation Wizard should start (Figure 251)
Figure 251 The Active Directory Connector Installation Wizard
Click Next to open the Component Selection screen of the wizard Select Install for both components:
Microsoft Active Directory Connector Service component Microsoft Active Directory Connector Management components
Click Next and accept the default installation location or specify another one Click Next and accept the default ADC service account or another one and enter the password for that account
The default ADC service account is your current logon account If you prefer, you can select any another domain account or you can start Active Directory Users and Computers and create a new account Click Next and the installation process continues as files are copied to your system This will take some time because ten files are processed
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