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Old 09-10-2008, 08:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Build a new child domain, new email server and new BES. Migrate users to new BES?

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Here is my scenario:
I have childdomainA.com and childdomainB.com in the same *forest*, each child domain has an Exchange 2003 box and BES. childdomainC.com will be added to the forest. An exchange server 2007 will be built in childdomainC.com as well as a new BES.

Question 1:
For the new BES in childdomainC.com, do I need to purchase another BES license? Each BES requires a SRP number, right? I can't build a new BES using one of the SRP numbers that I have in childdomainA.com and childdomainB.com?

Question 2:
Say that I have a new BES installed in childdomainC.com with Exchange 2007. How do you migrate BES users from childdomainA.com and childdomainB.com to the new BES in childdomainC.com without wiping all BBs and enterprise re-active them all?
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New license - yes.
You can't. The handheld is linked to the SRP. New SRP requires activation.
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so If I have a new BES installed in childdomainc.com with new SRP number, How do I migrate the users from the BES on childdomainA.com and childdomainB.com without wiping their BBs and enterprise activate them again?
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