Client Connectivity in an Exchange 2013 Coexistence Environment

by Arman Obosyan 13. March 2014 10:43

This article is part 3 in a series that discusses namespace planning, load balancing principles, client connectivity, and certificate planning.

Over the last several months, we have routinely fielded questions on how various clients connect to the infrastructure once Exchange 2013 is deployed. Our goal with this article is to articulate the various connectivity scenarios you may encounter in your designs. To that end, this article will begin with a walk through of a deployment that consists of Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 in a multi-site architecture and show how the connectivity changes with the introduction of Exchange 2013.

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Arman Obosyan have more than 20+ years’ work experience in Information Technologies sector.

Last few years he working on a position Technology Strategist at Microsoft Corporation, In the past Arman was Head of IT Infrastructure in Governmental Central Bank of Georgia (National Bank of Georgia).

Nowadays Arman is supporting C-Level and enabling business, visionary with a passion of technology, trends.

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Certified since 2003 year, passed following certifications MCP, MCSA, MCSE, MCTS, MCITP, Exin ITIL and VMware Certified Professional (VCP)

Founder / Lead of Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) Club Tbilisi and Community GE project 

In 2010 Was awarded a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP)

2017 MVP Reconnect

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