Exchange Server Deployment Assistant Update for Exchange 2010 SP2 and Office 365 Hybrid Deployments

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Exchange Server Deployment Assistant Update for Exchange 2010 SP2 and Office 365 Hybrid Deployments

Audience: Exchange/Office 365 for Enterprises Administrators

Author: Robert Mazzoli, Senior Technical Writer, Exchange

 

We're happy to announce that the Exchange Server 2010 Deployment Assistant has been enhanced to include support for configuring hybrid deployments using Exchange 2010 SP2 and the Hybrid Configuration wizard.

 

The first in several upcoming scenario additions for configuring hybrid deployments when using the Hybrid Configuration wizard, this new scenario is for Exchange 2003 organizations interested in maintaining some users on-premises and some users hosted by Microsoft Office 365 for enterprises in the cloud.

 

Although limited, interim hybrid deployment configuration support for Exchange 2007 and 2010 on-premises deployments is also included with this update, complete hybrid deployment checklists for the 2007 and 2010 Exchange on-premises scenarios are in progress and will be releasing in soon.

 

Check out the full announcement at the Exchange Server blog here.

 

For those of you not familiar with the Exchange Server Deployment Assistant, it is a free web-based tool that helps you upgrade to Exchange 2010 on-premises, deploy a hybrid on-premises and Exchange Online organization or migrate to Exchange Online.

 

 

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  • 対象: Office 365 for Enterprise

    Exchange Server 2010 展開アシスタント が拡張され、Exchange 2010 SP2 と ハイブリッド構成ウィザード

  • i believe this announcement is in error. when i access the page and enter the Hybrid option, i get directed to this page: technet.microsoft.com/.../hh882544.aspx

    where it clearly states: "You’ve landed here because we’re currently updating the Exchange Server Deployment Assistant for both the Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010 on-premises scenarios."

  • sorry, got click happy and didn't finish. i had also meant to ask, since this is nearly a month old now, when is the SP2 portion of the Hybrid guide going to be released?

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