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  • How to migrate child domain to parent domain in Exchange and Active Directory

    I have a Windows 2000 native child domain. We are currently using Exchange 5.5 within that domain. We are planning to migrate the child domain to the parent domain, eventually disposing of the child. At the same time, we will upgrade the Exchange servers to 2003, again using the Parent domain as...

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  • exchange 2003 on child domain poblem

    I have one ADC on win 2000. i have an other child domain having windows 2003 server. i also use forestprep & domainprep switches on windows 2000 server (which is parent domain) I installed exchange 2003 on child domain installtion was succesful. After restarting there are some error in event...

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