Migrate 5.5 to 2003 - but server is in its own child domain.
Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2004 15:23:27 -0700
This is a Microsoft AD best practice. The previous person
setup a resource domain to help protect the remainder of
the AD forest in the event the exchange server was
compromised by a hacker.
Sounds like a good idea to me.
>Hello all -
>I am a new IT guy for a government agency that has an
exchange org that I
>We support 6 different agencies that all have their own
domains, yet use our
>exchange server for email
>firstname.lastname@example.org , however the exchange server is in a
child domain of one
>of the domains. In my short 4 yr career, I have never
seen this. Is there
>any benefit of having the exchange server in it's own
domain, much less a
>I am having a discussion with my co-worker who has been
here for 10 yrs, yet
>doesn't remember why it was setup this way. I want to
build a new server
>into what will become the root domain, (we'll be
consolidating 3 of the 6
>What am I missing here?
>Thx for the help
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