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    albertwt
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    Hi People,

    I’ve migrated the Exchange Server with the new IP address from the old Office building to the new Data Center, but somehow when I run the command below:

    Get-ExchangeServer | ft Name, *site*, *Current* , OriginatingServer -AutoSize[/CODE]

    all of them still pointing to the old Domain Controllers (DC/GC) that I will be commissioning now.

    I’ve just confirmed from the “[B]Active Directory Site and Services[/B]” console from RDP to my Exchange Mailbox server, expanding the SitesSubnets 10.8.8.0/24 in General tab shows the AD site as “DC-Production-Site” the new AD site served by the new PRODDC1 and PRODDC2 AD/DC servers.

    somehow the result from the command prompt running (nltest /dsgetsite) command from the PRODExcMBX1 shows the result as “HQ-Office1-Site” which is the old AD site served by the old oldDC1 and oldDC2 AD/DC servers.[CODE]Get-ExchangeServer | ft Name, *site*, *Current* , OriginatingServer -AutoSize[/CODE]

    all of them still pointing to the old Domain Controllers (DC/GC) that I will be commissioning now.

    I’ve just confirmed from the “Active Directory Site and Services” console from RDP to my Exchange Mailbox server, expanding the SitesSubnets 10.8.8.0/24 in General tab shows the AD site as “DC-Production-Site” the new AD site served by the new PRODDC1 and PRODDC2 AD/DC servers.

    somehow the result from the command prompt running (nltest /dsgetsite) command from the PRODExcMBX1 shows the result as “HQ-Office1-Site” which is the old AD site served by the old oldDC1 and oldDC2 AD/DC servers.

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