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Here s what your Windows environment must look like to install Exchange Server 2007: An available Active Directory forest running a domain functional level of at least Windows 2000 Server native The Schema Master role must be running Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1) As already required by the presence of Active Directory, you need to have Domain Name Service (DNS) installed and configured properly At least one global catalog server running at least Windows Server 2003 SP1 in each Active Directory site on which you plan on running Exchange 2007 If an Exchange organization already exists, there cannot be any Exchange 55 servers, and the organization must be running in either Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 native mode
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If your Active Directory environment is aligned with these requirements, your Exchange server must meet the following minimums: x64 Intel Xeon or Pentium processor supporting the Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (Itanium IA64 processors are not supported by Windows Server 2003) x64 AMD processor supporting the AMD64 platform A 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003 running with at least Service Pack 1, with New Technology File System (NTFS) as the file system on both the operating system partition and all partitions containing Exchange binaries, databases, transaction logs, etc A minimum of 1 gigabyte (GB) of random access memory (RAM) for the operating system, plus 7 megabytes (MB) per mailbox you plan on hosting Microsoft recommends 2 GB of RAM and 10 MB per mailbox A minimum of 200 MB of available disk space on the system partition A minimum of 12 GB of available disk space on the partition where you will install Exchange An additional 500 MB of available disk space per unified messaging language pack you plan on installing A DVD drive (which can be located either locally on the Exchange server or on a remote computer) Microsoft NET Framework 20 Windows PowerShell Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 30
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TIP Microsoft ships Exchange 2007 in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions However, only the 64-bit version of Exchange running on a 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003 is supported by Microsoft in production environments Normally, at this point in the chapter, you d expect to see some silly minimum requirement, like a Pentium 500 MHz with 512 MB or RAM (not even your kids are running a computer that slow!), at which point, I would write a few paragraphs on what the really real minimums are In this case, Microsoft is taking a bold move forward and making the basic requirement to install Exchange 2007 be that you are running state-of-the-art hardware The move to recommend 64-bit hardware for Exchange and Active Directory is to increase the performance of both in larger environments Table 2-1 lists the processor and memory requirements recommended by Microsoft
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Processor Cores Exchange Server Role Edge Transport Hub Transport Mailbox Client Access Unified Messaging Multiple Roles on a Single Server Minimum 1 1 1 1 1 1 core Recommended 2 4 4 4 4 4 cores Recommended Maximum 4 8 8 4 4 4 cores Minimum 2 2 2 2 2 2
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Memory (in GB) Recommended 1 per core (2 GB min) 1 per core (2 GB min) 2 GB plus 2 5 MB per mailbox 1 per core (2 GB min) 1 per core (2 GB min) 4 GB plus 2 5 MB per mailbox Recommended Maximum 16 16 32 8 4 8
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Table 2-1 Processor and Memory Requirements
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Mailbox Role Memory Recommendations
Deciphering the 2 5 MB per mailbox statement in Table 2-1 can be tricky Since Microsoft cannot guess how heavily your Mailbox role servers will be utilized, they make their memory recommendations (above the default recommendation of 4 GB) in somewhat subjective terms The only clarity I can provide is that you should add 2 MB per light user, 35 MB for average users, and 5 MB for heavy users Sorry this is so vague, but that is as good as Microsoft is going to give you In addition, Microsoft also recommends that you have 2 GB of RAM for every one to four storage groups (more on storage groups can be found in 5) That is, for one to four storage groups, you should have at least 2 GB of RAM, five to eight storage groups would require 4 GB, nine to twelve need 6 GBs, and so on, but even so, with one to four storage groups, keep with the minimum recommendation of 4 GB of RAM
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