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Installing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

Installing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

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Installing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

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  1. Installing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server • Installation Types • Postinstallation Considerations

  2. Installation Types 1. Installing the first server 2. Installing subsequent servers 3. Performing an upgrade 4. International installations 5. Unattended installations

  3. Installation Types 1. Installing the first server 2. Installing subsequent servers 3. Performing an upgrade 4. International installations 5. Unattended installations

  4. Preparing to Install the First Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

  5. Setup Options

  6. Installation Types 1. Installing the first server 2. Installing subsequent servers 3. Performing an upgrade 4. International installations 5. Unattended installations

  7. Multiple Administrative Groups

  8. Installation Types 1. Installing the first server 2. Installing subsequent servers 3. Performing an upgrade 4. International installations 5. Unattended installations

  9. Preparation Steps • Upgrade Microsoft Windows NT 4 to Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Service Pack 1. • Upgrade all other existing servers to Microsoft Exchange 5.5 Server, Service Pack 3. • Change the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) port on the Microsoft Exchange 5.5 server being upgraded. • Install the Active Directory Connector (ADC) and configure a connection agreement (CA). • Run ForestPrep and DomainPrep.

  10. Installation Steps • Run the Exchange Setup Wizard. • Accept the existing configuration.

  11. Installation Types 1. Installing the first server 2. Installing subsequent servers 3. Performing an upgrade 4. International installations 5. Unattended installations

  12. Multilanguage Support

  13. Advantages of an English Platform • Client support is still provided for all supported languages. • The English platform allows for standardization across all geographical locations. • Service packs are usually available sooner. • Tech support is readily available. • Third-party solutions are often available in English only.

  14. Installation Types 1. Installing the first server 2. Installing subsequent servers 3. Performing an upgrade 4. International installations 5. Unattended installations

  15. The Initialization File

  16. Encrypting the Initialization File \SETUP.EXE /EncryptedMode /CreateUnattend c:\EXSETUP.INI

  17. Using the Initialization File \SETUP.EXE /UnattendFile c:\EXSETUP.INI

  18. Postinstallation Considerations • Installation of management programs • Administrative roles and permissions • File location and shares • Server dependencies • Maintenance mode

  19. Installation of Management Tools

  20. Using the Exchange Administration Delegation Wizard

  21. Extended Permissions

  22. Windows 2000 Security Groups • Domain Local • Global • Universal

  23. File Locations and Share Points

  24. Exchange 2000 Services Authentication • Exchange Enterprise Servers Domain Local group • Exchange Domain Servers Domain Global group

  25. The Final Touches • Run Setup to add, reinstall, or remove Exchange components. • Reinstall the service packs after reinstalling Exchange components.

  26. Removing Exchange Server • Setup • Windows Explorer • Active Directory Service Interface (ADSI) Edit

  27. Chapter Summary • Installation Types • Postinstallation Considerations