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It may seem like you now have five different Exchange servers to plan for Not so; Microsoft has simply added these roles as a way of streamlining Exchange duties In a larger Exchange environment, where multiple Exchange servers are utilized, in previous versions of Exchange, each server hosted nearly every service, whether it needed to or not With the server roles, each Exchange server need only host the services appropriate for that Exchange server s purpose within the organization To demonstrate how these roles fit together in an Exchange installation, let s look at a single-server implementation and a few multiple-server implementation scenarios
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I bet you think you re already ahead of me and have put all five roles on one server, right If so, you forgot that the Edge Transport role is deployed outside of Active Directory in a perimeter network The following illustration shows how all the roles except the Edge Transport server, along with the Global Catalog/Domain Controller services, will exist on a single server While it makes sense that you may still want all the features of the Edge Transport server in your environment, if you have a single server, you re out of luck
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TIP In a single-server environment, you can install the antispam agents using the InstallAntispamAgentsps1 script found in the Scripts folder within your Exchange installation This script can be run on any Exchange server running the Hub Transport role
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
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Here s where things can get complicated The following illustration shows a simple twoserver environment where an Edge Transport server has been added but everything else remains the same The next illustration shows how a larger organization might split out the services to have different servers handling client access, message storage, message routing, message security, and unified messaging
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Now that I ve covered the various roles that you will see during the installation of Exchange, let s dive into the install itself
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Installing Exchange Server 2007
INSTALLING EXCHANGE SERVER 2007
There are three ways to install Exchange Server 2007 The most common, straightforward method is to perform a typical installation of the program This would be appropriate for a single-server Exchange organization The second method is a custom installation, which would be utilized when installing the various server roles on separate servers in a custom configuration A third method of installing Exchange Server 2007 is to perform an unattended installation (see Performing an Unattended-Mode Installation later in this chapter) For the purposes of this book, I ll be using the fictitious company, Pennywise Resort, a luxury vacation property that focuses on providing its customers with the most value for their vacation dollar
Performing a New Installation of Exchange Server 2007
There are several decision points that you need to plan for during the installation: The name of the Exchange organization Placement of the various server roles Whether you ll be performing a typical or custom installation Location of your Exchange files and databases Whether you ll be supporting versions of Outlook earlier than 2007
These are rather important points to plan ahead for For example, once you have named the Exchange organization, it will be extremely difficult (and will most likely involve a call to Microsoft Technical Support) to remove and rename it To start the installation, run setupexe from the root folder on your Exchange Server 2007 DVD, or you can just insert the DVD into the DVD drive and it will automatically start and display the Exchange Server 2007 splash screen Choose to install Exchange Server 2007, and you ll see the Welcome screen for the installation program, shown in Figure 2-1 The first thing you should notice is that installing Exchange is step four; the first three steps are all prerequisites to getting Exchange installed The first step, to install NET Framework 20, opens an Internet Explorer window to allow you to download the NET Framework redistributable package, as shown in Figure 2-2 Once the NET Framework is installed, you will continue with the MMC 30 and Microsoft Windows PowerShell installs As you complete each installation, the Welcome screen updates appropriately, as shown in Figure 2-3 Once all the prerequisites are met, you can finally start the Exchange setup by selecting Step 4: Install Microsoft Exchange After copying the needed files, the setup begins initializing, leaving you at the Introduction page of the Exchange Server 2007 Setup Wizard, shown in Figure 2-4 After clicking Next, you are shown the license agreement (which, of course, you are going to read in its entirety!) If you agree, select the I Accept The Terms In The License Agreement option, and click Next The Error Reporting page is something new to Exchange If you are considering participating in the Error Reporting Service and are concerned about what information Microsoft will collect, you should click the Read More About Error Reports hyperlink, shown in Figure 2-5
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