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Module 14: Migrating Users from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003. Video. Overview. Populating Active Directory with Windows NT 4.0 User and Group Accounts Connecting the Exchange 5.5 Directory to Active Directory

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overview

Video

Overview
  • Populating Active Directory with Windows NT 4.0 User and Group Accounts
  • Connecting the Exchange 5.5 Directory to Active Directory
  • Moving Mailbox and Public Folder Contents into an Exchange Server 2003 Organization
  • Discussion: Migrating Users from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003
lesson populating active directory with windows nt 4 0 user and group accounts
Lesson: Populating Active Directory with Windows NT 4.0 User and Group Accounts
  • What Is ADMT?
  • What Is SIDHistory?
  • The Process of Populating Active Directory Using ADMT
  • How to Create a Two-Way Trust Between a Windows NT Server 4.0 Domain and an Active Directory Domain
  • How to Install ADMT
  • How to Migrate User and Group Accounts Using ADMT
  • How to Migrate Exchange Server 5.5 Mailbox ACLs Using ADMT
  • How to Verify a Successful User and Group Account Migration
what is admt
What Is ADMT?

Active Directory

Migration Tool

A wizard-based utility that simplifies the migration and reconfiguration of user and group accounts

what is sidhistory

ADDomain\Samantha

NT4Domain\Samantha

Active Directory Domain

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

Access Token

Samantha’s User Account in Active Directory

SIDs from Windows NT

  • Common Name
  • Given Name
  • User Name
  • Telephone Number
  • SIDHistory

S-1-5-21-1133985645-1692497899-3334113883-1134

S-1-5-21-1133985645-1692497899-3334113883-1265

SIDs from Windows 2003

S-1-5-21-808340152-435566559-1691616715-1225

S-1-5-21-808340152-435566559-1691616715-1803

What Is SIDHistory?

NT4Domain\Samantha

ADDomain\Samantha

Active Directory Domain

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

Access Token

Samantha’s User Account in Active Directory

SIDs from Windows NT

  • Common Name
  • Given Name
  • User Name
  • Telephone Number
  • SIDHistory

S-1-5-21-1133985645-1692497899-3334113883-1134

S-1-5-21-1133985645-1692497899-3334113883-1265

SIDs from Windows 2003

S-1-5-21-808340152-435566559-1691616715-1225

S-1-5-21-808340152-435566559-1691616715-1803

the process of populating active directory using admt

User and Group Accounts

migrate

User and Group Accounts

3

1

Mailbox

ACLs

4

migrate

Mailbox

ACLs

2

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

Active Directory Domain

verify

5

Administrator

The Process of Populating Active Directory Using ADMT

User and Group Accounts

User and Group Accounts

migrate

3

1

Mailbox

ACLs

migrate

Mailbox

ACLs

2

4

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

Active Directory Domain

verify

1

Create a two-way trust

5

2

Install ADMT

Administrator

3

Migrate user and group accounts using ADMT

4

Migrate Exchange 5.5 mailbox ACLS using ADMT

5

Verify that user and group accounts migrated

how to create a two way trust between a windows nt server 4 0 domain and an active directory domain

Practice

How to Create a Two-Way Trust Between a Windows NT Server 4.0 Domain and an Active Directory Domain

To create a two-way trust:

From the Windows NT domain, add the Active Directory domain as a trusted domain and a trusting domain

From the Active Directory domain, create a two-way trust with the Windows NT domain

Add the Active Directory administrator account to the Windows NT domain’s local administrators group

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create a two-way trust

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

Active Directory Domain

how to install admt

To install ADMT:

Open the Active Directory Migration Tool Setup Wizard from the Windows 2003 installation CD in the I386\ADMT folder

Follow the steps of the wizard to install ADMT

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Practice

How to Install ADMT

install

Active Directory Domain

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

how to migrate user and group accounts using admt

Practice

How to Migrate User and Group Accounts Using ADMT

To migrate user and group accounts:

Open Active Directory Migration Tool and use the shortcut menu to start the User Account Migration Wizard

Follow the wizard prompts to migrate user accounts to Active Directory

Use the shortcut menu to start the Group Account Migration Wizard

Follow the wizard prompts to migrate group accounts to Active Directory

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migrate

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

Active Directory Domain

how to migrate exchange server 5 5 mailbox acls using admt

Practice

How to Migrate Exchange Server 5.5 Mailbox ACLs Using ADMT

To migrate Exchange 5.5 mailbox ACLs:

Open Active Directory Migration Tool and use the shortcut menu to start the Exchange Directory Migration Wizard

Follow the wizard prompts to migrate Exchange 5.5 mailbox ACLs to Active Directory

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2

Mailbox ACLs

migrate

Mailbox ACLs

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

Active Directory Domain

how to verify a successful user and group account migration

Practice

How to Verify a Successful User and Group Account Migration

To verify a successful migration:

Verify that Exchange 5.5 mailboxes are now associated with Active Directory accounts

verify

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

Active Directory Domain

lesson connecting the exchange 5 5 directory to active directory
Lesson: Connecting the Exchange 5.5 Directory to Active Directory
  • What Is Active Directory Connector?
  • What Is a Connection Agreement?
  • What Is NTDSNoMatch?
  • What Are ADC Tools?
  • The Process of Connecting the Exchange 5.5 Directory to Active Directory
  • How to Install ADC
  • How to Configure Resource Mailbox Properties
  • How to Configure an Inter-Organizational Connection Agreement to Populate Active Directory
  • How to Verify Synchronization
  • How to Organize Objects in Active Directory
what is active directory connector

Updates object changes between the Exchange 5.5 directory and Active Directory:

    • Eliminates the need for re-entering this data in Active Directory
    • Automatically performs directory synchronization and maps all objects from the Exchange 5.5 directory to Active Directory

Active Directory

Connector

What Is Active Directory Connector?
what is a connection agreement
What Is a Connection Agreement?
  • An object that defines what will be synchronized and how synchronization will occur between the Exchange 5.5 directory and Active Directory

Connection Agreement

what is ntdsnomatch

An attribute in Active Directory that designates mailboxes as resource mailboxes:

  • Needed because Exchange 5.5 allows a single Windows NT user account to own more than one mailbox but Exchange 2003 does not
  • Use it to control how ADC matches mailboxes to Active Directory user accounts

NTDSNoMatch

NTDSNoMatch

Custom Attribute

10 (10):

What Is NTDSNoMatch?

SamSmith’s Mailbox

SamSmith’s Mailbox

Resource

Mailboxes

SamSmith Conf1

SamSmith Conf2

what are adc tools

A collection of wizards and utilities to help set up connection agreements when you connect Active Directory to an Exchange 5.5 directory that is part of the same forest

ADC Tools

What Are ADC Tools?
the process of connecting the exchange 5 5 directory to active directory

SamSmith’s Mailbox

SamSmith’s Mailbox

SamSmith Conf1

Resource mailbox

configure

Connection Agreement

Exchange 5.5 Organization

Active Directory Domain

1

Install ADC

verify

2

Configure resource mailbox properties

Administrator

3

Configure an inter-organizational connection agreement to populate Active Directory

4

Verify synchronization

5

Organize objects in Active Directory

The Process of Connecting the Exchange 5.5 Directory to Active Directory

SamSmith’s Mailbox

SamSmith’s Mailbox

SamSmith Conf1

Resource mailbox

Configure

2

3

Connection Agreement

1

Install ADC

5

Exchange 5.5 Organization

Active Directory Domain

1

4

Install ADC

verify

2

Configure resource mailbox properties

Administrator

3

Configure an Inter-Organizational Connection Agreement to Populate Active Directory

4

Verify synchronization

5

Organize objects in Active Directory

how to install adc

To install ADC:

Use ExDeploy to choose a deployment scenario

Start the Exchange 2003 ADC Setup Wizard

Follow the wizard steps to complete the installation

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Practice

How to Install ADC

install

Exchange 5.5 Organization

Active Directory Domain

how to configure resource mailbox properties

Practice

How to Configure Resource Mailbox Properties

To configure resource mailbox properties:

Open Active Directory Connector from the Administrative Tools folder

Run the Resource Mailbox Wizard to configure Custom Attribute 10 = NTDSNoMatch for mailboxes that have aliases that do not match their owner’s

Verify that NTDSNoMatch completed successfully by viewing the custom attributes of one resource mailbox

Use ExDeploy to verify that NTDSNoMatch completed without errors 

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SamSmith’s Mailbox

SamSmith’s Mailbox

Resource mailbox

SamSmith Conf1

configure

ADC

Exchange 5.5 Organization

Active Directory Domain

how to configure an inter organizational connection agreement to populate active directory

To configure an inter-organizational connection agreement to populate Active Directory:

Use Active Directory Connector Services to create a new recipient connection agreement

Configure the connection agreement to be an inter-organizational connection agreement

Verify the results by viewing the status in ADC Tools

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Practice

How to Configure an Inter-Organizational Connection Agreement to Populate Active Directory

Connection Agreement

configure

Exchange 5.5 Organization

Active Directory Domain

how to verify synchronization

To verify synchronization:

Verify that Exchange 5.5 mailbox properties are synchronized to Active Directory

Verify that Exchange 5.5 distribution lists are synchronized to Active Directory

Run ExDeploy and verify that output indicates a successful synchronization

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Practice

How to Verify Synchronization

Exchange 5.5 Organization

verify

Active Directory Domain

how to organize objects in active directory

To organize objects in Active Directory:

Move synchronized objects into your existing organizational structure

Verify that synchronization works from the Exchange 5.5 directory to Active Directory after the objects have been moved

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2

Practice

How to Organize Objects in Active Directory

organize

Exchange 5.5 Organization

verify

Active Directory Domain

lesson moving mailbox and public folder contents into an exchange server 2003 organization
Lesson: Moving Mailbox and Public Folder Contents into an Exchange Server 2003 Organization
  • The Process of Moving Mailboxes and Public Folders
  • Guidelines for Choosing a Mailbox Move Method
  • What You Can Do Using the Exchange Server Migration Wizard
  • How to Move Mailboxes from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003
  • What Is the InterOrg Replication Utility?
  • How to Replicate Public Folders from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003
the process of moving mailboxes and public folders

1, 2, and 3

  • Identify:
  • Method
  • User accounts
  • Container
The Process of Moving Mailboxes and Public Folders

1

Identify the method for moving mailboxes that you will use

Identify the user accounts that you want to migrate

Identify the container where new user accounts will be created, if needed

Verify that the information for all of the user accounts is correct

Verify connectivity from the Exchange 2003 organization to messaging systems that the Exchange 5.5 organization communicated with

Move the mailboxes from a server running Exchange 5.5 to a server running Exchange 2003

After the mailboxes are moved, you can move the public folders

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move

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4 and 5

verify

guidelines for choosing a mailbox move method
Guidelines for Choosing a Mailbox Move Method

Guidelines:

  • Use the one-step method if you have a high-bandwidth connection
  • Use the two-step method:
    • If your servers cannot reliably communicate across the network
    • If you want to review and edit the extracted migration files between steps
what you can do using the exchange server migration wizard

Use Exchange Server Migration Wizard to:

  • Identify which messaging system elements to move
  • Migrate all mailbox data to the new Exchange 2003 mailboxes
  • Create new Active Directory users based on Exchange 5.5 accounts in the source organization (if matching users do not already exist in Active Directory)
  • Migrate Exchange, MSMail, Lotus cc:Mail, Lotus Notes, Novell GroupWise 4.x, Novell GroupWise 5.x, LDAP and IMAP4 e-mail into the Exchange mailbox store
What You Can Do Using the Exchange Server Migration Wizard
how to move mailboxes from exchange 5 5 to exchange 2003

To move mailboxes from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003:

Use Exchange Server Migration Wizard to move mailboxes

Verify that the mailboxes were moved

Verify that Exchange 5.5 resource mailboxes are synchronized to Active Directory

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2

3

Practice

How to Move Mailboxes from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003

move

Exchange

Server

Migration

Wizard

Active Directory Domain

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

verify

what is the interorg replication utility

Replicates public folders between different Exchange organizations

  • Includes the Configuration and Replication Service programs

InterOrg Replication Utility

What Is the InterOrg Replication Utility?
how to replicate public folders from exchange 5 5 to exchange 2003

To replicate public folders from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003:

Prepare the servers for the InterOrg Replication Utility

Install the InterOrg Replication Utility

Create a replication configuration file on the server running Exchange 5.5

Configure the replication service on the server running Exchange 5.5

Use Outlook to verify that public folders and their content are replicating correctly

Remove the instances of the public folders from the server running Exchange 5.5

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Practice

How to Replicate Public Folders from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003

replicate

InterOrg

Replication

Utility

Outlook

Active Directory Domain

Windows NT 4.0 Domain

verify

discussion migrating users from exchange server 5 5 to exchange server 2003

Read the scenarios

Determine possible solutions

Discuss your solutions with the class

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Discussion: Migrating Users from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003