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Installing Exchange 2007
ExSetupexe
After Exchange 2007 is installed, modifying or uninstalling Exchange 2007 requires either the Add/Remove Programs applet in the Control Panel, or ExSetupexe, which is found in %programfiles%\Microsoft\Exchange Server\bin\ There are several modes for using ExSetup These are listed from the command line by calling exsetup /help /mode:Install Add a new role to an existing Exchange 2007 Server /mode:Uninstall /mode:Upgrade Remove a role or uninstall Exchange 2007 Server Upgrade an Exchange 2007 Server role
/mode:RecoverServer Recover an existing Exchange 2007 server with AD configuration information ExSetup is also used to configure an existing server for participation in a clustered configuration and to add or remove Unified Messaging Language Packs To add the Mailbox role to an existing Exchange 2007 server, ExSetup could be used as follows:
>exsetupexe /mode:install /role Mailbox
PART II
Management Tools Installation
Some administrators, through preference or corporate policy, use the Management Tools for Exchange installed on their workstation or a management server rather than using RDP through Remote Desktop to the Exchange server The 64-bit requirement for Exchange 2007 adds some challenges to this strategy because the Management Tools are not immune from this requirement The Exchange Management Tools also require Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 30, NET Framework 20, and Windows PowerShell to be installed prior to the Management Tools being installed The Management Tools only role is installed through setup by selecting only the Management Tools option from the Server Role Selection interface, shown back in Figure 4-14 Selecting just the Management Tools role installs the following applications: Exchange Management Console (EMC) Exchange Management Shell (EMS) Exchange Help file (exhelpchm) Microsoft Exchange Best Practices Analyzer Tool Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant Tool
SP 1 Exchange 2007 Service Pack 1 adds support for the 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and
Windows Server 2008 for the Exchange 2007 Management Tools installation
Install Exchange 2007 into Existing Exchange 2000/2003 Environment
When Exchange 2007 is installed into an environment where Exchange 2000 or 2003 already exists, setup does a few things differently Setup will recognize the existing organization in its discovery checks There are a few components installed that allow Exchange 2007 to coexist with Exchange 2000/2003
Part II:
Designing and Deploying Exchange Server 2007
Exchange 2007 does not use routing groups, but rather it depends on Active Directory sites for its routing infrastructure When Exchange 2007 is installed with the first Hub Transport role into an Exchange 2000/2003 organization, it creates a special routing group called the Exchange routing group (DWBGZMFD01QNBJR), as mentioned earlier Setup will prompt for an Exchange 2003 bridgehead to connect to this routing group, as shown in Figure 4-22 Only one bidirectional connection is needed to create a single conduit between all the Exchange 2007 servers and the legacy routing topology This routing group connector is called Interop RGC by default We will cover the routing group connector in 5 on transitioning and migrating Setup also creates a separate Administrative group called the Exchange administrative group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT) where the Exchange 2007 servers sit for coexistence purposes Changing the membership or names of these two groups is not supported by Microsoft Additionally, Exchange 2007 setup will also create a universal global group called ExchangeLegacyInterop This group is granted the permissions necessary to send e-mail from Exchange 2000/2003 to the special Exchange 2007 routing group The routing and administrative groups for Exchange 2007 are visible in Exchange 2000/2003 Exchange System Manager Microsoft advises, however, that only the Exchange 2007 tools be used to administer Exchange 2007 servers, whereas Exchange 2003 tools should be used for Exchange 2003
Provision Server and Delegate Setup
For administrators who are not Exchange administrators for the organization but who may still be needed to install Exchange 2007, Microsoft provides a mechanism for assigning permissions to a group or account to facilitate Exchange installation Provisioning creates
FIGURE 4-22
Exchange 2007 Setup Wizard requesting a routing group bridgehead server
4:
Installing Exchange 2007
the server object and grants the user or group the minimum permissions needed to install Exchange 2007 This is accomplished through a pair of parameters in setupcom, as follows:
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