We intend on 'forklifting' our current Unity configuration onto a new box. Our current configuration consists of two servers in the same site, one of them has Unity 2.4.0 build 120 on it. Unfortunately, when Unity was installed, the server was placed on a separate domain. Through two-way trust relationships, the second mail server runs with the same service account as the Unity machine does (since the Unity machine was first-it was a turnkey machine). <br>Since the old Unity mail server (and it's domain) are going away, I need to change the service account for Exchange on the second mail server. I am going to do everything necessary to change it for Exchange myself.<br> <br> My question is, by changing the service account for Exchange, will this adversely affect Unity? Currently, Unity starts up with the same service account for Exchange. Is it as simple as changing the startup account for the service, or is there more involved? Do the Exchange service account and the Unity service account need to be the same, or just carry the same permissions? Ideally the Unity migration will be carried out over a couple days, and would like Unity to continue to run for at least 1 day after the service account for exchange has been changed. The new Unity server will be brought up and run with the same permissions as the new service account in the existing domain. <br> Basically, I want to be sure that Unity will continue to run until we install the new server the next day, after changing the Exchange service account.<br><br>Thanks for the help!<br><br>--<br>James Kearney<br>Network Administrator<br>Easy Systems, Inc.<br>email@example.com<br>PGP Key available upon request.<br><br><br>
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