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Change the file location of the default database and logs. Create additional databases. If necessary, modify mailbox database settings (storage limits, deleted item retention, and so on). If necessary, create a public Folder database. Configure the mailbox limits cache (see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/ library/bb684892(EXCHG.80).aspx). publish offline address books to the required distribution mechanisms (public folders and/or Exchange File Distribution on a Client access server).
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Control Outlook access to Exchange based on client version. Configure any settings required to enable high availability such as joining a server to a DaG.
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For designs that call for a distributed messaging infrastructure where Exchange Servers will exist in multiple locations I still follow the basic guideline on installation order of Client access, then hub, and then Mailbox. again, this ensures that all my services are working (even between sites) prior to provisioning a mailbox on a Mailbox server.
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When the first versions of Exchange came out, security was not a major consideration. Of course, security was of concern in 1996 but the level of Internet connectivity that systems have today, together with the threat posed by being connected to the Internet, make it quite different. Obviously, this has changed in recent years. Windows Firewall is now a main component of every Windows Server 2008 operating system. Windows Firewall basically filters inbound and outbound traffic based on firewall rules. Exchange Server 2010 creates the Windows Firewall rules to open the ports required during Exchange Setup thus you no longer need to configure these settings manually. Some companies want to put certain server roles into a perimeter network. A perimeter network is a network zone that is deployed between the Internet and a company s intranet as defense-in-depth and is protected by one or more firewall systems.
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less is more. The fewer ports you allow to open, the more secure your system will be.
To provide an easy overview of the masses of ports, this section is organized according to the Exchange Server roles. The tables are sorted according the required ports so you can recognize which ports are used for which services or data paths. For more information about firewall configuration see the Exchange Network Port Reference at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb331973(printer).aspx.
Mailbox Server
The Mailbox server role hosts the mailbox and public folder databases. Apart from public folders, the clients do not communicate directly with the Mailbox server but instead use the Client Access server for communication that then establishes the connection to the Mailbox server. For this reason it is not recommended to separate a Mailbox and Client Access server with a firewall.
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Table 3-9 shows which ports are required for services or data paths to and from the Mailbox server role. It s important to understand that RPC traffic is always encrypted.
TABLE 3-9 Network Ports for Mailbox Role
DATA PATH
REQUIRED PORTS
ENCRYPTED BY DEFAULT
Messaging application programming interface (MAPI) access, Availability Web service (Client Access to Mailbox server), Content indexing, Recipient Update Service RPC access (Exchange 2003 only), Microsoft Exchange Active Directory Topology Service access, Microsoft Exchange System Attendant service legacy access, Offline address book (OAB) accessing Active Directory, Recipient Update Service RPC access. RPC Endpoint mapper Mailbox Assistants, Admin remote access (remote registry), Microsoft Exchange System Attendant service legacy access (listen) Clustering or DAG to communicate between cluster nodes (status and activity) DAG (Log shipping, seeding) Active Directory access, DSAccess to Active Directory
135/TCP (RPC)
135/TCP (RPC)
135/TCP (RPC), 3343/UDP + randomly high TCP ports 64327/TCP (customizable) 389/TCP/UDP (LDAP), 3268/TCP (LDAP GC), 88/TCP/UDP (Kerberos), 53/TCP/UDP (DNS), 135/TCP (RPC Netlogon) 389/TCP/UDP (LDAP), 3268/TCP (LDAP GC), 88/TCP/UDP (Kerberos), 53/TCP/UDP (DNS), 135/TCP (RPC Netlogon) 445/TCP (SMB) 80/TCP, 443/TCP (SSL)
No Yes
Microsoft Exchange System Attendant service legacy access to Active Directory, Recipient update to Active Directory
Admin remote access (SMB/File) Outlook accessing Offline Address Book (OAB)
No Yes (SSL)
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hub and Edge Transport Servers
Exchange Server 2010 includes two roles that perform message transport functionality: Hub Transport server and Edge Transport server. You will need to consider this section when you are planning to implement an Edge Transport server role in your organization. The Hub Transport server takes care of messages that are routed within an organization; the Edge Transport server role routes messages inside and outside of the organization. For that reason Edge Transport servers are always placed in a perimeter network, whereas Hub Transport servers are always installed behind the network perimeter and belong to the corporate network. Table 3-10 explains which ports are required for services or data paths to and from the Hub Transport and the Edge Transport server roles.
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