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Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013

Migrating to 2013 is a multi step process but not all that complicated. In a series of articles I will got through each of these steps to demonstrate just how easy this process is. I won’t go in to detail on why we are doing what we are doing or how to size your exchange 2013 deployments in these series, but expect to see some information about those topics Smile

  1. Installing Exchange 2013
  2. Importing and exporting certificates
  3. Configuring the exchange virtual directories
  4. Enable outlook anywhere
  5. Configuring a DAG on Exchange 2013
  6. Adding a server to an Exchange 2013 DAG
  7. Adding a mailbox database copy on Exchange 2013
  8. Creating and assigning the Offline Address book to Exchange 2013
  9. Configuring Outlook to Use Outlook Anywhere
  10. Cutover testing
  11. Enabling circular logging
  12. Moving users to Exchange 2013
  13. Verifying connectivity to Exchange 2013

Public folders will not be included in this series but will get it’s own dedicated attention!

Print | posted on Friday, August 2, 2013 6:40 PM | Filed Under [ None ]

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# re: Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013

Hey,
Great work, i have a question in exchange 2010 after configuring the NLB for CAS we create array for CAS to load balance rpc traffic for outlook. do we need that if we create CAS 2013 NLB array ? i mean do we need to set RPCClientAccessServer attribute for mailbox database so that it connect to CAS arry NLB name not with the individule CAS server ?
Thanks
sajid
8/10/2013 9:44 AM | sajid
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# re: Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013

Hey Sajid,

Sorry for the delay in answering your question but no, you no longer need to do that in 2013. The CAS array is considered a building block and no further configuration in 2013 is need at this point in time
8/24/2013 11:06 PM | Marc
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# Hyper links are not working..

hey,
plz complete the rest of the series as we are waiting for that a part from that hyper-links are not working on your sites.
regards
1/7/2014 4:10 PM | sajid
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# re: Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013

Hi Sajid,

Apoligies for not finishing the series (yet). Can you tell me which hyperlinks are not working? Except for the PDF download they should all work!
1/7/2014 7:05 PM | Marc
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# Hyperlink

if you try to open powershell or build guide on the right i get 404 error.
may be some problem on my side..
Regards
1/10/2014 5:48 AM | sajid
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# re: Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013

Dear http://geekswithblogs.net

you PDF link not work, can you upload it again.

thank you.
7/6/2014 2:23 PM | Step to Windows server
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# re: Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013

Edit Reason: Removed broken links.

As for the series, I'm currently working on finishing it up and getting extra background information in it. Looks like it's becoming a small book but it should be available in the near future.
9/3/2014 2:56 PM | Marc Dekeyser
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