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T/F: In place upgrade to exchange is supported
False. This is due to the fact that the codebase is 64 bit, while previous codebases are 32 bit
How do you upgrade to Exchange 2007 then?
You can either migrate or transition
DEF: Transition
process in which you perform an upgrade to Exchange 2007—that is, you move data from any legacy Exchange servers in your Exchange organization to new Exchange 2007 servers,
DEF: Migration
process in which you move data from a non-Exchange messaging system (such as GroupWise, Lotus Notes or SendMail) to an Exchange organization, or move data from a legacy Exchange
organization in an existing Active Directory Forest to an Exchange organization in a new Active Directory Forest.
Before we can deploy Exchange 2007 in a legacy organization, what preliminary requirements must be fulfilled?
1) Prepare AD,
2) Pre existing exchange org,
3) Prep server on which Exchange 2007 will exist
domain controller that is the _ _in the
Active Directory forest runs Windows Server 2003 with at least _ applied.
schema master
SP1
This is also true for any _ _ servers in each Active Directory site in which you plan to deploy Exchange 2007.
Global Catalog
Why is it recommended that one upgrade all servers to 64 bit base?
An organization with 20K or more AD objects will significantly benefit from the upgrade
Exchange 2007 requires that the domain functional level is set to _ _ _ or _ _ _.
Windows 2000 Server
Windows Server 2003.
<ACTION>How do you raise the functional level of a DC?
HTC Fig 10.1
Can you transition from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2007?
No, since pre-Exchange 2000 servers must be removed before transitioning
If you have exchange 5.5 in your organization, what is the recommended upgrade path?
Upgrade to Exchange 2000/2003 and then transition to Exchange 2007
Exchange 2000 servers must have _ applied.
SP3
Exchange 2003 servers must have _ applied.
SP2
What services are unsupported by Exchange Server 2007? (8) [Memorize]
■ Novell GroupWise connector (Exchange 2003 Service)
■ Microsoft Mobile Information Server (Exchange 2000 Service)
■ Instant Messaging Service (Exchange 2000 Service)
■ Exchange Chat Service (Exchange 2000 Service)
■ Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server (Exchange 2000 Service)
■ Key Management Service (Exchange 2000 Service)
■ cc:Mail connector (Exchange 2000 Service)
■ MS Mail connector (Exchange 2000 Service)
_ _ _ must be suppressed on any Exchange 2000 or 2003 servers in the Exchange legacy organization when you’re deploying an Exchange 2007 Server
Link State updates
When would you need to Suppress Link State updates?
You have installed the Exchange 2007 Hub Transport server role in an existing Exchange organization.
The existing Exchange organization includes more than one Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2000 routing group.

You will configure more than one routing group connector between Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2000 routing groups and Exchange 2007.
What services need to be restarted when you add the key? (3)
SMTP, MTA Stacks, and Routing Engine
<ACTION> How do you promote the Exchange level?
HTC: Fig 10.3
How do you suppress Link <ACTION> State Updates?
HTC: Fig 10.6
When preparing Legacy exchange permissions, what is the function of the command setup /prepareLegacyExchangePermissions?
the Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2000 Recipient Update Service won’t otherwise function correctly after the Active Directory schema has been updated with Exchange 2007-specific attributes.
<ACTION> Prepare the Legacy Exchange Permissions
HTC: Fig 10.7
In order to run setup /prepareLegacyExchange ermissions,what group must the account you're logged on with belong to?
Enterprise Admins group
Will this command work on 32 bit servers?
Yes - this facilitates one with the ability to run this command before running the exchange 2007 install.
What command do you run to prepare the schema?
setup /prepareschema
In order to run setup /PrepareSchema,what group must the account you're logged on with belong to?
Enterprise and Schema Admins groups
The setup.com /PrepareAD command is user to: (3)
1. Configure global exchange objects in AD
2. Create Exchange Universal Security Groups in the root
3. Prepare the current Domain
When looking through the AD after running this command, you see and object named FYDIBOHF23SPDLT - what is this?
FYDIBOHF23SPDLT is the Exchange Administrative Group.
What is DWBGZMFD01QNBJR?
This is the Exchange Routing Group.
Exchange 2007 doesn’t use _ _ and _ _, as Exchange 2000 or 2003 did.
Routing Groups and Administrative Groups
Why is it important to supress link state updates?
This prevents mail routing loops from occurring
message routing in Exchange 2007 is based on _ _ _.
Active Directory sites.
<ACTION> How do you view the Exchange 2007 Administrative and Routing groups in ADSI?
HTC: Fig 10.11
If you run setup /prepareAD before you runt /PrepareLegacyExchangePermissions and /PrepareSchema, what will happen?
It will automatically execute those two statements
How would you prepare a local domain or all domains in the Active Directory?
You can run the setup /PrepareDomain or /PrepareAllDomains switches.