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I am transitioning an Exchange 2003 server to an Exchange 2010 server. As soon as I got the Exchange 2010 server up and going, I changed the paths of the DBs and the PublicFolder DB. I then also renamed the Default Public Folder from PublicFolderDatabase0224351747 to PFdb. Everything was going...
the microsoft exchange replication service couldn't find a valid configuration for database on server
Hi, we are planned to go with Exchange 2007 SCC configuration in production site and using SCR in a stand alone mailbox server role in DR site. I have read through most of the articles (including microsoft technet) which says during the continuous replication the database will not be in...