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  • Exchange 2007 Rediness Check

    Hello All
    I have just run my rediness check for Exchange 2007 running on Server 2008 and I get some info i want to just check out with you all.
    I have some warning that i want to run past you.

    The first is that Under the SITE heading i am being told domain controller is running windows server 'longhorn' which i understand that i am but its giving me a warning.

    Next item is:
    The check is showing me 3 domain controllers for my site but i only have 2 as i demoted one recently but it appears to be finding it in the rediness check.

    How can i remove the other DC that does not exist & shoudl i be concerned that the rediness check is letting me know about 'longhorn'

    My exchange setup was a while ago and PRE server 2008
    Last edited by ZR_Seanie; 25th March 2009, 19:17.

  • #2
    Re: Exchange 2007 Rediness Check

    Check in AD for the server name, check in DNS to see if it is still listed and check sites/services. My guess would be DNS though.

    You say your Exchange was pre-2008 so I assume it is 2003 ?
    Are you using the SP1 CD/DL?

    Please read this before you post:

    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?


    • #3
      Re: Exchange 2007 Rediness Check

      Sorry i meant my Server training was Pre Server 2008
      I found the fix to this was to update the Rediness check software to the latest using the check for updates option and now there are no errors about windows Longhorn.