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Rollback plan - 11.Feb.2009 10:42:33 AM   
desibacha

 

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Hello. I am positive nothing will happen during the exchange prep but I need to come up with a recovery plan for my company if it corrupts AD.  We perform full backups of exchange and DC. We currently have 2 global catalogs. I plan on bringing up a 3rd DC and making is a global catalog. I will bring down the 3rd DC and perform the exchange 2007 prep commands. Worst case, bring down the 2 DCs and boot up the 3rd DC and transfer the FSMOs.
Best case, boot up 3rd dc. Will it replicate the change to the 3rd DC after I bring it up? Will there be any issue decommissioning the DC. I would like to get some feedback on this. Thanks
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RE: Rollback plan - 12.Feb.2009 7:11:03 AM   
ahanbali

 

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i think non of exchange installtion failure will not affect the runnning of AD, so no need to do the rollback procedure... even if your exchange deployment failed there is a way to remove the exchange installtion without affecting the running of the AD...

< Message edited by ahanbali -- 15.Feb.2009 3:15:59 AM >


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