Upgrading Exchange 2010 to SP1 & Address list segregation

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96Degrees

Will upgrading Exchange 2010 to SP1 break Address List Segregation?
 
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lAdK

well actually address list segregation was never supported on exchange 2010 RTM nor it is on SP1 till today

SP1 will not accept to install if you have used the exchange 2007 method on your exchange 2010 sp1

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Gulab Mallah

That means, if something goes wrong with the server and you call MS they won't support it.

For GAL Seg, keep your eye on Dev Goldman's blog and update.

Cheers,
-Gulab
 
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lAdK

That means, if something goes wrong with the server and you call MS they won't support it.

For GAL Seg, keep your eye on Dev Goldman's blog and update.

Cheers,
-Gulab
you are too kind :) I don't think they will answer the phone !Full time IT consultant since 1998 mainly on Exchange\ISA\AD MCSE NT4.0,2000/2003, CCNA MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator 2007/2010 MCT since 2001
 
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96Degrees

I have successfully configured and deployed Exchange RTM 2010 using Address list segregation with no issues. My initial build out did include some steps from the exchange 2007 method. What I have found in configuring exchange 2010 with segregation is a lot simpler than the 2007 method. My main concern is; will an upgrade of SP1 reset address book(s) default permissions in AD?
 
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lAdK

again, as i just said in my first post, exchange 2010 SP1 will NOT install it will not allow you to install sp1

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lAdK

thank you for the linkFull time IT consultant since 1998 mainly on Exchange\ISA\AD MCSE NT4.0,2000/2003, CCNA MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator 2007/2010 MCT since 2001
 
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