I am doing a migration from 2013 to 2016 at the moment. I was originally on WebsitePanel but have upgraded to SolidCP 1.1.1.
I’ve created a new 2016 DAG, migrated all the mailboxes, public folders and decommissioned all the old 2013 mailbox databases.
So right now I’ve got a single 2013 server with SolidCP Server installed and a 2016 DAG.
When I flip the ProviderID from 91 to 92, I get an access denied message in SolidCP when viewing mailboxes. The error message returned is from one of the 2016 DAG members. This is without changing anything else in SolidCP.
When ProviderID is set to 91 it contacts the 2013 server. If I change ProviderID to 92 it seems to know how to contact the new DAG without changing the powershell URL set in SolidCP. It almost appears to be ignoring the powershell URL.
Is this expected behaviour? I also assumed given the advice in this thread that I did not need to install SolidCP Server on one of the 2016 servers.
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