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Although we talk about command-line installations, when a command contains as many options as the setup command for Exchange Server 2007 does, it is simpler to write the command to a batch f ile and execute the batch f ile than it is to type it all out on the command prompt.
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Prior to examining all the options that can be used with the command line, we should examine the answer file, which is used in conjunction with the setup command. The first thing to realize is that not everything goes into the answer file. In fact, only a small set of the possible parameters that you can use with a command-line installation can be included in the answer file. The answer file can have the following parameters: CMSName, CMSIPAddress, CMSSharedStorage, CMSDataPath, NewCMS, RemoveCMS, RecoverCMS, UpgradeCMS, EnableLegacyOutlook, LegacyRoutingServer, ServerAdmin, ForeignForestFQDN, OrganizationName, DoNotStartTransport, UpdatesDir, EnableErrorReporting, NoSeltSignedCertificates, AdamLdapPort, and AdamSslPort. A quick look at these parameters shows you that the majority of them have the CMS prefix. CMS is the acronym for Clustered Mailbox server. The answer file is used to ensure that nodes in a cluster have the same configuration. You use a single answer file for each node of the cluster. You generally do not use an answer file for a noncluster Exchange Server 2007 deployment. The setup command has the following options:
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Setup.com [/mode:<setup mode>] [/roles:<server roles to install>] [/OrganizationName:<name for the new Exchange organization>] [/TargetDir:<target directory>] [/SourceDir:<source directory>][/UpdatesDir:<directory from which to install updates>] [/DomainControler <FQDN of domain controller>] [/AnswerFile <filename>] [/DoNotStartTransport] [/EnableLegacyOutlook] [/LegacyRoutingServer] [/EnableErrorReporting] [/NoSelfSignedCertificates] [/AdamLdapPort <port>] [/AdamSslPort <port>] [/AddUmLanguagePack:<UM language pack name>] [/RemoveUmLanguagePack:<UM language pack name>] [/NewProvisionedServer] [/RemoveProvisionedServer] [/ForeignForestFQDN] [/ServerAdmin <user or group>] [/NewCms] [/RemoveCms] [/RecoverCms] [/CMSName:<name>] [/CMSIPAddress:<IP address>] [/CMSSharedStorage] [/CMSDataPath:<CMS data path>] [/ ]
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Many of the options are self-explanatory, and you can use abbreviations rather than entering the full option. The most important ones include the following:
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Lesson 1: Installing Exchange Server 2007
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/mode or /m You can set this to install, upgrade, uninstall, and recover Server. /role, /roles, or /r Specifies which roles to install. You can install the following:
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ClientAccess, CA, or C Client Access role EdgeTransport, ET, or E Edge Transport role HubTransport, HT, or H Hub Transport role Mailbox, MB, or M Mailbox role UnifiedMessaging, UM, or U Unified Messaging role ManagementTools, MT, or T Management tools (automatically installed if any other role is selected)
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/OrganizationName or /on Necessary only when setting up a new Exchange organization. If you have run Setup /PrepAD, then the /OrganizationName switch is unnecessary.
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Command-line deployment
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For more information about the command-line options not covered here, consult the following link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997281.aspx.
Installing an Edge Transport Server
Edge Transport servers should be stand-alone computers that are not members of the Active Directory forest. It follows that the user account used for the installation of the Exchange Server 2007 software does not need to be delegated any of the Exchange administrator roles. When installing the Edge Transport server role using the GUI, ensure that the Windows .NET Framework version 2.0, Windows PowerShell, ADAM with Service Pack 1, and Microsoft Management Console version 3.0 or higher are installed. You also need to ensure that the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for the server that will host the Edge Transport role is set. You can set this information from the Computer Name tab of System Properties. Prior to installing the Edge Transport role, you should also ensure that the IP addresses assigned to the computer are registered in DNS and that MX records have been set appropriately.
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To f ind out more about ADAM, consult the following link: http://www.microsoft.com/ windowsserver2003/adam/default.mspx.
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Installing Exchange Server and Configuring Server Roles
You need to choose a custom Exchange Server installation on the Exchange Server 2007 Setup page to be able to select the Edge Transport server role on the Server Role Selection page. Once the role is installed, Exchange Management Console will launch and a list of postinstallation tasks be displayed. These tasks will be covered in more detail in Lesson 2 of this chapter. Once the Edge Transport server role has been installed, it is possible to clone the configuration of the server so that you can install more Edge Transport servers to share the load. You run an Exchange Management Shell script to export the configuration from the original Edge Transport server to an XML file and then import that XML configuration file on the target server.
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