Figure 9-1 Select to perform a Custom installation in .NET

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Figure 9-1 Select to perform a Custom installation
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Figure 9-2 Selecting the Edge Transport role for installation
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On the next page, Exchange goes through its normal readiness checks Any issues that need to be addressed in order to install Exchange, such as any required updates, DNS domain name settings, etc, will be listed here before you can continue With the prerequisites met and the readiness checks complete, the installation of the Edge Transport server can start Once completed, the default selection has the Exchange Management Console starting automatically, shown in Figure 9-3 You ll notice it is very much an Edge Transport focused view of Exchange management
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Managing Edge Transport Servers
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Figure 9-3 The Exchange Management Console on an Edge Transport server
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You might forget to do this, but because the server is not part of an Active Directory domain, the DNS suffix needs to be set (it is automatically set when you join a domain, and I d guess that you, like most, set up very few servers that are not part of a domain) To set the DNS suffix, right-click the My Computer icon in the Start
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menu, and choose Properties, shown in the following illustration Click the Computer Name tab, click the Change button, and on the Computer Name Changes dialog box, click the More button
On the DNS Suffix And NetBIOS Computer Name dialog box, enter the appropriate DNS suffix for the server, and click OK three times to complete the process This change will require a reboot to take effect (no, a disable/enable of the network card doesn t do it I tried it too!)
CONFIGURING AN EDGE TRANSPORT SERVER
The configuration of an Edge Transport server entails most of the concepts previously discussed in this chapter In this section, I ll cover the following aspects of Edge Transport management: Set up of an Edge Subscription Configuration of antispam features
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Managing Edge Transport Servers
Creating Edge Subscriptions
Creating an Edge Subscription is a two-step process, involving both the Edge Transport server and at least one Hub Transport server The prerequisites are relatively simple: The two servers involved in the synchronization must be able to resolve each other s name in DNS The appropriate ports need to be opened in the firewall You need local administrator permissions on the Edge Transport server to start the process and Exchange Organization Administrator rights in the Exchange organization to complete the process
The process includes the creation of an Edge Subscription file on the Edge Transport server and the installation of that file on the Hub Transport server in the Exchange organization TIP Remember that before you create the Edge Subscription, you should configure the settings for the objects in Active Directory that will be replicated to the Edge Transport server, including internal SMTP servers, accepted domains, and remote domains To begin, you ll need to open the Exchange Management Shell and run the NewEdgeSubscription cmdlet, shown in Figure 9-4
Figure 9-4 Creating the Edge Subscription file
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
This newly created file will then need to be copied to the Hub Transport server that will be utilized in the subscription process The eXtensible Markup Language (XML) file contains information such as the Edge server name, the public key of the Edge server s certificate, the user name and initial password to be used, date, validity duration of the credentials, and licensing TIP The user name and password are stored in clear text within the XML file, so you should immediately delete the file once you have completed the subscription process To import the Edge Subscription file, on the Hub Transport server, navigate within the Exchange Management Console to the Hub Transport node under Organization Configuration in the console tree, shown in Figure 9-5 Once there, select the Edge Subscriptions tab, and click the new Edge Subscription link in the action pane This starts the New Edge Subscription Wizard, shown in Figure 9-6 The Active Directory site selected determines the Hub Transport server(s) that will participate in the synchronization process The Edge Subscription file should be selected; clicking New will complete the subscription process TIP The credentials for the replication account are only valid for 24 hours, so you will need to start and finish the subscription setup within that timeframe
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