In this post, Mohammed Abdul Rafey, Senior Premier Field Engineer from Microsoft India, continues with the second part of his Exchange migration series. Just in case you missed it, you can catch up reading the earlier post. In this post, he wraps up the first roadmap with discussing the pre-requisites and then discuss the other two roadmaps.
Continuing on from the previous article, here are some important pre-requisites for the Hybrid scenario migration:
Though I have provided the guidance for using Exchange 2013 to configure a hybrid deployment, we also have an option to use Exchange 2010 instead if needed.
With that, we wind up the first scenario and move on to the others!
In this scenario, the main question which comes up is related to user account management. There are broadly two cases:
Finally, proper URLs and certificates need to be configured on both Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2013.
I hope this is a handy pre-migration read and helps in decision making process. Please do leverage the Exchange Server Deployment Assistant during your migration.
Original content from Abdul Rafey Mohammed; posted by MSPFE editor Arvind Shyamsundar