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If you plan to upgrade an existing Exchange 55 system, you also need the Exchange Active Directory Connector (ADC) to be installed and running first (this is covered later in the book when we talk about upgrading from earlier versions of Exchange)
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There are important differences between the first Exchange 2000 Server and subsequent Exchange servers that you install in your organization With the first Exchange server, the Setup process modifies the schema of Active Directory to support new classes, objects, and attributes required by Exchange
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In addition, with the first installation of the Exchange server, you need to specify the name of your new Exchange organization; with subsequent installations, servers automatically join the existing organization Finally, if you have created new administrative and routing groups (in addition to the existing default ones created during the first Exchange installation), then you will need to select the specific administrative and routing groups you want your subsequent Exchange servers to join when Setup is run for these servers We ll talk about these two kinds of Exchange groups in s 12 and 21 Let s begin We ll perform a CD installation of Exchange 2000 Enterprise Server as the first Exchange server in our company MTIT Enterprises The identity of the system it will be installed on is as follows:
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Computer name: Box14 Operating system: Windows 2000 Advanced Server with Windows 2000 Service Pack 1 applied DNS and Windows 2000 testbed domain name: mtitcom Role: root domain controller in the testbed domain Domain mode: Native mode
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Microsoft strongly recommends that you install Windows 2000 Service Pack 1 (SP1) before installing Exchange 2000 This applies to installing Exchange on both domain controllers and member servers SP1 fixes a number of issues that cause problems with Exchange, so this is a necessity In addition, make sure your Windows 2000 Server page file is set to at least twice the installed RAM before installing Exchange Naturally, Exchange can only be installed on an NTFS partition Finally, a domain controller must be available on the network when you install Exchange You can install Exchange on either a domain controller or a member server; it doesn t matter as long as Exchange can communicate with Active Directory during the installation process In our testbed setup we re installing our first Exchange server on the forest root domain controller In a production environment, this would be a bad idea for several reasons: the forest root domain controller has special single-operation master roles by default and thus has a heavier operational load than other domain controllers, and the first Exchange server in a forest performs certain special operations in the Exchange organization Thus, if you followed the above scenario in a production environment and this machine went down, you could be in trouble while you configure other
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domain controllers and Exchange servers to assume these special roles But in a small testbed environment like the one we re describing in this book, the choice we ve made is OK Log on to the machine using an enterprisewide administrator account to perform the installation (you can use the default Administrator account in the forest root domain of your enterprise) Make sure you are logged on to the domain and not the computer before running Setup (this is not an issue on domain controllers, only member servers) To check this, examine the Log On To box in the Log On To Windows dialog box and see whether the name of the domain or of the computer is currently displayed
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The user account you use to install the first Exchange server in your forest must be a member of three built-in groups: Schema Admins, Enterprise Admins, and Domain Admins User accounts you use to install subsequent Exchange servers need only be members of Enterprise Admins and Domain Admins and do not need to belong to Schema Admins IIS 50 is installed by default during a typical installation of Windows 2000 Server Verify that the following IIS components are installed and running: SMTP service and NNTP service If these are not installed, use Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel to install them because they are needed by Exchange Also make sure that a domain controller and a DNS name server are available before installing Exchange (in this case, we are installing Exchange on the root domain controller in the domain, and it is also a DNS server, but if this is not the case, make sure that these machines are running and available on the network) Inserting the Exchange CD brings up the splash screen followed by a welcome screen, after which you must accept the EULA and enter your CD key At this point the Component Selection screen is displayed (Figure 12) We ll accept the default settings and do a typical installation of the Microsoft Exchange Messaging and Collaboration Services and the Microsoft Exchange System Management Tools Note the installation path and disk space requirements for this installation choice The next screen offers the choice of either creating a new Exchange 2000 organization or joining an existing Exchange 55 organization Because we re focusing on a new Exchange deployment, we ll accept the default setting (new organization)
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