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Upgrade Exchange 2k to 2k3 - 9.Nov.2004 8:34:00 AM   
todoonada

 

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Hi,

I want to upgrade from MS Exchange 2k to 2k3 and I have used the following guide:
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Upgrade_Exchange_2000_to_2003.html but when I get to the part where the upgrade should start it comes with this error:

The component "Microsoft Exchange Messaging and Collaboration Services" cannot be assigned the action "Upgrade" because:
- All Active Directory Connectors in the Windows forest must be upgraded to the most current version before you can upgrade Microsoft Exchange. The following ADC servers have not been upgraded:
BETA

I donÆt get it because I have installed all the new updates to MS Exchange 2k.

I hope anyone can help me!

Best regards,
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RE: Upgrade Exchange 2k to 2k3 - 9.Nov.2004 11:49:00 AM   
Henrik Walther

 

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Hi todoonada,

You have an ADC running on one of your Exchange servers, you must either upgrade the ADC or remove it before you can in-place upgrade to Exchange 2003.

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