Saturday, February 4, 2023

Hybrid Migration EndPoints

As you have probably read in a previous article, the EndPoints that you setup for Exchange Online to use are vital for a successful migration. Here I am providing a quick walkthrough tutorial on how you would go about troubleshooting those if they do present themselves with an error during migration.

Noting that you may not know there is a problem with an EndPoint until you kick off a migration. This offers a very quick way to test them before you start.

Follow this video and you can check out the EndPoint locations in the console, perform a PowerShell check that they work, and/or create a new one if needed.

Feel free to drop me a note anytime with questions and comments, I am always happy to receive feedback and help out.

Lastly, here is the link to the other article I mentioned, with some more in depth details about setting up the EndPoint with PowerShell.

Mark Rochester
Mark Rochester
Mark currently works in the cloud space assisting large companies to migrate from either on premises to the cloud, or cloud to cloud. His experience with Enterprise migrations spans more than 25 years which basically makes him old. However, with all the oldness creeping up he still finds technology massively exciting. Please reach out for a chat anytime you would like. :-)

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