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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexPilot View Post
    On 2010, nothing
    so can exchange 2010 not see any of the 2007 infrastructure. how about 2007 can that see 2010.

    just a thought are you exchange 2007 running sp2

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    In 2007 when I go to the roles under Server Configuration only the 2007 servers are listed. So 2010 is currently running Client Access & Mailbox, but only the 2007 box shows up in 2007. In 2010 only the 2010 box shows up.

    Yes SP2

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb2k01 View Post
    The installation of 2010 itself went pretty well. There was a fairly large chunk of time taken up by the pre-installation domainprep tasks (probably about 1-2hours in total), and I also had to download RSAT for part of that process to work. Other than that, the installation went fine - no problems at all.
    Only things I'd point out for people reading this are RSAT, and make sure you have installed IIS with the IIS6 features. (If you don't, Exchange will install but you'll find you need to install IIS and reinstall the Client feature of Exchange again for features like OWA to work properly).
    Is there a way to carry out the Exchange Active Directory schema update without using the Exchange Installation utility. We run our DC's on Hyper-V so it would be useful if we could isolate one of them and run the schema update off network to make sure it's works OK?

    I've had a hunt but so far the only way I've seen to apply the update is from the installation routine when setting up Exchange 2010?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyinghaggis View Post
    Is there a way to carry out the Exchange Active Directory schema update without using the Exchange Installation utility. We run our DC's on Hyper-V so it would be useful if we could isolate one of them and run the schema update off network to make sure it's works OK?

    I've had a hunt but so far the only way I've seen to apply the update is from the installation routine when setting up Exchange 2010?
    I'm not aware of any other way, but if you want to progress offline on your VM you could always copy the contents of the CD to your VM?

    If you want reassurance, mine was done on a live system (in the knowledge I had decent backups just in case!) and it went fine - no issues at all. I wouldn't hesitate to do it again.

    Just to update my thread a bit - if anyone is wondering why I haven't done a final write up or summary, it is because I haven't actually finished! 2010 and 2003 co-exist perfectly with no issues at all. I have had several users running on 2010 for a couple of months and ironed out some of the minor issues + been testing hyper-v backups (as my E2010 installation is on Hyper-V).
    I hope to complete soon!

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