Prepare your Schema, AD and domain using PowerShell for installing Exchange 2010

When you’re going to install Exchange 2010, you’ve to prepare your environment before you can start the installation.

The fist step is to prepare the Schema.

1.) Open the root directory of the Exchange 2010 installation files
2.) Run the following command: .\Setup /PrepareSchema
Note: make sure you’ve SchemaAdmin rights

The next step is to prepare the Active Directory.

1.) Run the following command: .\Setup /PrepareAD /OrganizationName:<Your-Organization-Name>

The last step is to prepare the Domain.

1.) Run the following command: .\Setup /PrepareDomain
Note: make sure you’ve DomainAdmin rights

Your environment is now succesfully prepared to install Exchange 2010.

EXC2010_SCH_01    EXC2010_SCH_02    EXC2010_SCH_03

EXC2010_SCH_04    EXC2010_SCH_05    EXC2010_SCH_06

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