Microsoft Exchange 2010 upgrade Test cases – Part 1

I am writing a series of blog where I will guide you on test cases that should carry out when upgrading from either Exchange 2003 or Exchange Server 2007 to Exchange 2010. This blog is first of this series.

Each blog will contain two test cases that will guide you on various testing conditions that should help you streamline your Exchange upgrade.


Updated EXBPA with latest configuration file

Run EXBPA to validate existing Exchange 2007 environment to resolve any outstanding issues before installing Exchange 2010.


EXBPA under Exchange 2007 Tools

Expected Results

Run EXPBPA and document any issues. Fix where possible and then document all outstanding issues not resolved for future investigation.

User Scenario

Validate OWA login (SSL certificates and FBA)

Connect to


Login to OWA using IE

Expected Results

Installation of OWA and third party SSL Server Certificate and configuration of Forms Based Authentication needs to be successful for OWA to function properly

Enjoy and don’t forget to read the other blogs of this series at:

Microsoft Exchange 2010 upgrade Test cases – Part 2

Microsoft Exchange 2010 upgrade Test cases – Part 3

Read my favorites blogs:

Designing a backup less Exchange 2010 Architecture

Step by step guide for upgrading Active Directory from Microsoft Windows 2003 to Microsoft Windows Server 2008

Comments (1)

  1. Pavan says:

    Thanks so much for this complete Series of Test Cases. I some how missed this and I's my fortune that I am able to locate at least now!

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