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Configure the Internet address for Windows SBS 2008 migration

Updated: March 3, 2009

Applies To: Windows SBS 2008

noteNote
This is a required task.

ImportantImportant
Outlook Web Access (OWA) is not available for mobile users after you finish the Internet Address Management Wizard and before you finish migrating Exchange Server mailboxes and settings to the Destination Server. The Internet Address Management Wizard changes the OWA URL from https://domain.com/exchange to https://domain.com/owa, and the Source Server can no longer serve requests to https://domain.com/exchange. It is recommended that you notify your users before this change occurs and that you finish the steps in Move Exchange Server mailboxes and settings for Windows SBS 2008 migration as soon as possible.

To configure the Internet address

  1. In the Migration Wizard, on the Migration Wizard Home page, do the following:

    1. Click Configure the Internet address, and then click Next.

    2. On the Configure Internet address page, click Start the Internet Address Management Wizard.

    3. Complete the Connect to the Internet Wizard. For information about how to complete the wizard, see the "Setting up your Internet address" section in "Managing Your Windows Small Business Server 2008 Network" at the Microsoft Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=104283).

  2. When the wizard finishes, click Task Complete on the Configure the Internet address page, and then click Next. The task is marked Completed on the Migration Wizard Home page.

If your router does not support the UPnP framework, or if the UPnP framework is disabled, there may be a yellow warning icon next to the router name. Ensure that the following ports are open and are directed to the IP address of the Destination Server:

  • Port 25 – SMTP e-mail

  • Port 80 – HTTP Web traffic

  • Port 443 – HTTPS Web traffic

  • Port 987 – HTTPS Web traffic for Windows SharePoint Services through Remote Web Workplace

  • Port 1723 – VPN if you plan to enable VPN on the Destination Server. You may also need to enable the point-to-point tunneling protocol (PPTP) pass-through on your router.

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