I have an Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2003. The exchange server has a wildcard SSL certificate installed *.domain.com, (for use with autodiscover.domain.com and mail.domain.com). The local fqdn of the Exchange server is exch.domain.local.
I have a local domain with DC win2003 and an exchange server also added to the domain.
When I connect a pc to the domain and put the ip , mask and DNS (the same as DC), outlook dont get directly the users credentials to log him in.
I manage to resolve it adding a default gateway to NIC's the ip of the exchange server.
This approach is wrong and I have to face it now that I really need a default g
I need to upgrade the Exchange Server from 2003 to 2010. I'm physically changing servers as well as software. I'm worried about redirecting the Outlook clients after the upgrade is going to be troublesome.
i configure my domain(abc.server) with exchange server 2010 and it working successfully.
In virtual machine i created sub domain which is xyz.abc.server, for sub domain all roles of domain and active directory is configured properly. when i try to configure sub domain from main system(not form virual machine/ where domain is already configure on exchange).
I recently setup a new Exchange 2010 Server and when I go the Management Console it tells me that it is unable to connect to server. Currently it is displaying the wrong domain. Is there a way I can change the domain? Or do I have to remove the Active Directory Role.
I tried to use Remove-AcceptedDomain -Identity "domain" but that didn't work.