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Migration of Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 - 11.Apr.2016 3:55:04 PM   
SJ04

 

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Hi Guys,

I am starting this Post to Doscuss about the Exchnage server before i start the Real process

I will Need to Migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013.

Current Enviroment information:

At the Moment , i am having two exchange server 2010. One is running as a Client Access and Other One is as Mailbox + Hub transport.

Questions:

1: Is it better to Upgrade the Server to 2013 or 2016 ?
2: Should I Install all the roles on the Same Windows Server if i go with Exchnage 2013.
Becasue i have read that Client access only work as Proxy server in Exchnage 2013.
3: i am thinking to Deploy two exchnage server 2013 with All role installed on the each server.
4: one server will be active and other one will on Hold state. if one goes Down other Makes automatic Failover.

5: any Idea how automatic sync will work between both server ? active and standby?

6: If Dag Comes into the configuration then How many other Exchange server i will need ?

Thanks In advacne,

SJ04
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RE: Migration of Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 - 6.May2016 7:45:36 AM   
srasmus

 

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Hi

My quick thoughts are

1) Go to Exchange 2016. It has a longer support life cycle, and migration is a lot easier
2) No. If you install Exchange 2016, you only have to deal with one role unless you already have an Edge Server
3) Not required
4) Don't get the question. The point of the DAG is to support HW failure, and it works.
5) Basically, one active, and another stand-by, depending on number of mailboxes
6) One
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RE: Migration of Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 - 7.May2016 6:26:58 AM   
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Thanks

< Message edited by jeremyscastongs -- 7.May2016 6:36:17 AM >

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RE: Migration of Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 - 10.May2016 4:22:40 PM   
SJ04

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: srasmus

Hi

My quick thoughts are

1) Go to Exchange 2016. It has a longer support life cycle, and migration is a lot easier
2) No. If you install Exchange 2016, you only have to deal with one role unless you already have an Edge Server
3) Not required
4) Don't get the question. The point of the DAG is to support HW failure, and it works.
5) Basically, one active, and another stand-by, depending on number of mailboxes
6) One



Hey,

Thaks for your Message and time, i will also like to know how can I decide about the Server Hardware.

and why should i not go for 2013?

will 2016 will be not too new to Install it.

Thanks

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Sanjay Yadav

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