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1 Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2010
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upgrade can proceed. In addition, users typically experience less downtime when new servers are introduced because they don t depend on complex upgrade processes. On balance, it s hard to argue against Microsoft s decision, and in any case, we can t do anything about it except order the new hardware to allow the upgrade to Exchange 2010 to proceed.
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Microsoft supports the deployment of Exchange 2010 on either Windows Server 2008 SP2 or Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise editions. Exchange 2010 is not certified for deployment on Windows Server 2008 Datacenter edition (see http://www. windowsservercert.com), and Microsoft initially would not support Exchange 2010 on this platform. Lacking certification doesn t mean that software won t function on a specific version of Windows; instead, it means that the software has not been put through the certification process. Microsoft reversed their position in early 2010, and you can safely use Windows Server 2008 Datacenter even if Exchange 2010 doesn t boast the official certified logo. It remains doubtful whether the additional features of the Windows Server 2008 Datacenter edition make it an attractive platform for Exchange 2010 because few companies will need to exploit 256 processor cores or hot-add or hot-replace CPUs, especially when these features come with a hefty increase in the cost of the software license. By comparison, Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise supports a maximum of 32 processor cores and won t allow a CPU to be replaced or added while the server is running. However, there are bound to be a few companies that will want to explore the Datacenter edition, and it s good that Microsoft will support the deployment of Exchange 2010 on the platform. The Windows Server 2008 Core, Web, or Foundation server editions remain unsupported and are unlikely to ever be supported given that they are essentially cut-down versions of Windows designed to be deployed to meet specific needs. (It s possible to make some Exchange 2010 roles install on Server Core, but they don t work once installed, so it s not just a matter of Microsoft arbitrarily deciding to block those versions.) No support exists for Exchange 2010 to run on the Itanium (IA64) version of Windows. Selecting the version of Windows Server 2008 for deployment is a critical decision, as Microsoft does not support in-place server upgrades (with Exchange 2010) from Windows Server 2008 SP2 to Windows Server 2008 R2. Given the relative age of the operating systems, you are likely to use Windows Server 2008 R2 sometime in the next couple of years. Therefore, it is an excellent idea to consider using Windows Server 2008 R2 as the basic operating system for your Exchange 2010 deployment. This is much better than creating a situation in which the only way that you can upgrade to Windows Server 2008 R2 is by deploying a set of new Exchange servers on new Windows Server 2008 R2 and moving mailboxes over to them and then decommissioning the old Windows Server 2008 SP2
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servers. It also makes sense to run the same version of the operating system and Exchange on every server in the organization, as this makes support and administration much easier. Another point to take into consideration is that Windows engineering has made improvements in some of the critical components affecting Exchange that make Windows Server 2008 R2 the best choice for specific servers. For example, testing done by the Exchange development group demonstrates that Remote Procedure Call (RPC) over HTTP performance is better in Windows 2008 R2 than in Windows Server 2008 SP2. This has a direct influence on the ability of a CAS server to handle Outlook Anywhere connections and means that Windows Server 2008 R2 is a better platform for Internet-facing CAS servers. See http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2010/04/30/454805.aspx for details of the performance tests that make this point. 1
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