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In this video, we go through the next logical steps:
– Adding a domain
– Configuring PowerShell for Remote Connection to Exchange Online
– Exporting the Existing User Accounts to a CSV file
– Bulk Editing User Principal Names and E-mail Addresses
Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 is normally used as a member of a domain. It is not uncommon, to get in a situation where you need to unjoin/remove the Hyper-V server from the domain that it is a member of. Surprisingly, if the original domain does not exist anymore, you get yourself into a Catch-22 situation
One of the prerequisites checks that you need to perform is running “Get-OrganizationConfig” in Exchange 2007 Management Shell and confirming that there is no previous successful Public Folders migration. At that point, you get a warning about the Display Name of the Exchange Recipient Object. As it turns out, the name of this object in Exchange 2007 is “Microsoft Exchange”.
Once you install the new certificate and assign the Exchange services to it, you have to decide what to do with the self-signed certificate which you have just replaced (usually in Exchange Admin Center).