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Using the Exchange Server Deployment Assistant
8. The next step is to configure SSO, which was covered in Chapter 3. Click the right
arrow when you are done.
9. On the Configure Active Directory synchronization page, configure Active Directory
synchronization, which was covered in Chapter 4. Click the right arrow.
10. On the Verify service configuration page, verify the service configuration for AD
FS and DirSync. Verification and troubleshooting these services were covered in
Chapters 3 and 4. Click the right arrow.
11. The next step is to configure DNS records. Use the table of examples on the
Configure DNS records page to help you configure your DNS records. The table is
recreated as Table 11-2. Gather the information, but do not make the changes at this
time as we are only reviewing the checklist items. We will make the DNS changes
later. Click the right arrow to go to the next page.
TABLE 11-2 Required DNS changes
DNS record
DNS record
Required for all
or A
If using CNAME
If using A
DNS: External IP address of an
Exchange 2010 SP3 Client Access
server or firewall
as a best practice
for all hybrid
12. The next checklist item in the Deployment Assistant is the configuration of Windows
PowerShell and the Exchange Management Console (EMC). This will allow your
organization to easily manage Exchange Online. If your organization has been using
Exchange on-premises, the familiar EMC can also be used to manage both Exchange
on-premises and Exchange Online. Furthermore, this will help facilitate mailbox
moves between on-premises and online. We will walk you through the installation
of EMC on a workstation and connect it to Exchange Online later in this chapter. For
now, click the right arrow on the Configure management interfaces page to go to the
next page.
13. The next item on the checklist is to obtain certificates. Certificates are used to secure
communications between the on-premises Exchange environment and Exchange
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