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Setting up a hosted multi-tenant exchange on 2010

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Hi,

I have recently setup a multi-tenant exchange for a hosting company using 2010 and found it very difficult to find any information on the web. I had to modify many scripts to fit a hosted environment. Anyway I have added it all to the following blog to help others.

www.cloud42.co.uk

I hope in someone's google search they stumble across it as I have spent roughly 4 weeks getting these answers which can be implemented in hours once found.
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You can then use below to control it once its installed with /hosted switch wink.gif

http://www.websitepanel.net/exchange-2010-SP1-hosting-mode-module/index


Nice Walk through though! smile.gif
Edited by snazy2000 - 10/26/11 at 3:01am
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