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The Exchange Management Shell (EMS) installed with Exchange 2007 is an extension of Windows PowerShell PowerShell needs to be installed prior to Exchange 2007 Microsoft KB 926139 covers the various installation options for Windows PowerShell 10
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Localization and MUI If Windows Server 2003 is installed with an MUI language pack, Windows PowerShell also can be installed with the same language(s) The Windows 2003 64-bit PowerShell installation is available in the following language versions: Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish The PowerShell MUI language pack is described in Microsoft KB 926141 If Windows is running a localized version for German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese Simplified, or Chinese Traditional, the equivalent for PowerShell can be extracted from the localized PowerShell installation package outlined in Microsoft KB 926140 Any other language requires the English version of PowerShell
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If the Exchange installation will include the Client Access Server role, IIS and ASPNET 20 need to be installed first ASPNET 20 is installed with NET Framework 20; however, if IIS is installed after the NET Framework, ASPNET may have to be enabled from within IIS To confirm ASPNET 20 is enabled, open Internet Information Services and expand the server and the folder Web Service Extensions Select ASPNET 2050727 and click the Allow button if it is listed as Prohibited
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After you install the NET Framework, MMC, and IIS components, running Windows or Microsoft update will advise of any missing security patches or updates to those components As mentioned, there is a significant update to NET Framework 20, which will be exposed as a necessary installation from Microsoft Update
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Domain Name System (DNS) is critical for Exchange organizations, especially for client access and service location DNS needs to be healthy and available before you implement Exchange 2007 All Exchange servers must be domain members and, as such, will receive an FQDN made up of their hostname and the DNS suffix for the domain when Windows is installed
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Exchange Best Practices Analyzer (ExBPA) Exchange 2007 Readiness Check
Microsoft introduced the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer back in September 2004, well after the release of Exchange Server 2003 It immediately became an essential utility for the administrator s toolbox ExBPA has now been included in the Tools section of the Exchange 2007 Management Console With Exchange 2007, the ExBPA team has added a new scan to the product the Exchange 2007 Readiness Check If this check is not an option in ExBPA, as shown in Figure 4-2, run a
Exchange Best Practice Analyzer showing the Exchange 2007 Readiness Check scan option
Designing and Deploying Exchange Server 2007
check for updates to bring the version up to date ExBPA performs many of the same checks that the Exchange 2007 Setup Wizard does in testing for prerequisites and reports on the status of AD and its topology It alerts the administrator to problem areas and summarizes the installation environment
Permission and Security Requirements
For preparing Active Directory and installing Exchange 2007 Server there are a few permission requirements Because the schema for Active Directory is being extended, the account being used to perform that extension must be a member of the Schema Admins group All other aspects of a fresh Exchange 2007 deployment require the implementer to be a member of the Enterprise Admins group In addition, the AD account used for the installation also has to be a member of the local administrators group on the Exchange server itself Schema updates can be managed independent of the Exchange installation to ensure that operators work with the lowest level of access needed to perform the tasks Installing Exchange does not need Schema Admin membership after the schema is extended Accounts used to install the components of Exchange should have the minimum security context needed to complete the task After the installation of Exchange, there are new Exchange-specific groups in which membership is required to perform specific tasks Those are covered in the administration chapters in the book