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Renaming your Active Directory Domain
Most of us already know that a Windows Server 2003 domain can be renamed, but Exchange administrators are naturally nervous about making such a drastic change to the environment. For the last seven years, the Exchange configuration information has been stored in the Config NC as well as the Domain NC of the Active Directory. Fortunately, this should not create a problem for most Exchange shops as well as you follow a very specific set of steps in a very specific order....
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Mahmoud Magdy, is a Technical Account manager for Synergy PS , Mahmoud works closely with several enterprise customers and specialized in AD, Exchange, System Management. Recently he is selected by Microsoft as member of special team of Microsoft partners in the EMEA region to start raising partners and customer's awareness and readiness for Exchange 2007 in the EMEA region..

You may contact Mahmoud at mahmoud@outlookexchange.com

 
 
 


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