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  1. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: Deployment and Migration Howard Chow Microsoft MVP

  2. What Will We Cover? • Pre-installation requirements • Server roles • The installation process • Migration and co-existence

  3. Helpful Experience IT administration experience with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, Exchange 2000 Server, or Exchange Server 5.5 Level 200

  4. Agenda • Understanding Installation Requirements • Introducing Server Roles and Topology • Deploying Exchange Server • Coexisting and Migrating

  5. Exchange 2007 Themes • Role-based deployment • Better management tools • PowerShell • Users want easy access to all their communications • Mobile devices are increasingly common • High availability • Improved scalability AnywhereAccess Scalability & Reliability Control

  6. Agenda • Understanding Installation Requirements • Introducing Server Roles and Topology • Deploying Exchange Server • Coexisting and Migrating

  7. Hardware Requirements • 64-bit Intel or AMD processor required in production environment • Minimum 512 MB of RAM • 1 GB disk space on installation drive plus 200 MB on system drive • NTFS file system

  8. Software Requirements • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP1 • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 supported • Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 • MMC 3.0

  9. Role-Specific Software Requirements

  10. Infrastructure Requirements

  11. Deploy Supporting Active Directory Infrastructure • Upgrade or replace existing domain controllers and Global Catalog servers • Use 64-bit hardware (recommended) • One 64-bit Global Catalog server can handle the workload of 11 32-bit Global Catalog servers

  12. Client Requirements

  13. Client Requirements Continued

  14. Security Requirements

  15. Agenda • Understanding Installation Requirements • Introducing Server Roles and Topology • Deploying Exchange Server • Coexisting and Migrating

  16. Exchange 2007 Server Roles Exchange 2007 Edge Server Exchange 2007 Server Intranet Perimeter

  17. Exchange 2007 Enterprise Topology Hub Transport Edge Transport Hygiene Routing Policy Routing Unified Messaging Applications: OWA, Outlook Anywhere Voice Messaging Protocols: EAS, POP, IMAP, Outlook Anywhere Mailbox Fax Programmability: Web services, Web parts Mailbox Client Access Public Folders Enterprise Network PBX or VoIP OtherSMTPServers I N T E R N E T

  18. Edge Transport Role • Edge Transport Role must be on dedicated server • Requires Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM)

  19. EdgeSync • Run on Hub Transport server • One-way replication of recipient and configuration information to Edge server • Edge server subscribes to Active Directory site • Data sent hashed for security

  20. Edge Transport Role Continued • Safe e-mail in your organization and inbox • Protect communications over untrusted networks • Easily manage communications with your partners • Highly available messaging reduces downtime

  21. Administering the Edge Transport Server Role • Transport rules provide message filtering • Connectors enable message flow • Customized Exchange Management Console

  22. demonstration • Administering the Edge • Prepare EdgeSync on the Edge Transport Server • Configure EdgeSync on the Hub Transport Server Demo

  23. Hub Transport Role • Confidential and tamper-proof communications • Retain the communications you need for compliance and nothing else • Enable users to comply with regulatory policies • Highly available messaging reduces downtime

  24. Hub Transport Role Continued • Predictable routing reduces maintenance • One Hub server per site where Mailbox role is deployed • Connectivity to Exchange 2003 through connectors

  25. Hub Transport Routing Exchange 2007 Edge Server to Hub Server SMTP with TLS Exchange 2007 Hub Servers use SMTP Kerberos/TLS to communicate Perimeter EdgeSync over 1389 Site C Site B Site A Intranet

  26. Routing Topology • Active Directory sites replace routing groups • Site links replace routing group connectors

  27. Routing Topology Continued • All mail routing is direct relay • Deterministic routing • Automatic configuration • Co-located Hub servers have higher precedence

  28. Administering the Hub Transport Server Role • Define connectors • Transport rules • Ethical firewall

  29. Mailbox Server Role • Traditional role • Can communicate with multiple Hub servers in the same site • Supports cluster configuration

  30. Administering the Mailbox Server Role • Configure and manage storage • Local continuous replication • Clustered continuous replication

  31. Client Access Server Role • One Client Access server per site • Supports multiple client protocols: OWA, POP and IMAP, RPC over HTTPS, EAS • Provides AutoDiscover services • Proxy and redirect

  32. AutoDiscover Active Directory Client Access server 1 3 2

  33. Client Access and Mixed Exchange Versions • Client Access server provides legacy access to Exchange 2000/2003 back-end server • Exchange 2000/2003 front-end server cannot connect to an Exchange 2007 Mailbox server

  34. Administering the Client Access Server Role

  35. Agenda • Understanding Installation Requirements • Introducing Server Roles and Topology • Deploying Exchange Server • Coexisting and Migrating

  36. Flexible Deployment • Flexible installation options • Increased security • Servers can be optimized

  37. Flexible Deployment Continued • Increased availability • Patching by roles reduces maintenance outages • Management by server roles is more intuitive

  38. The Deployment Wizard

  39. Choosing the Server Roles

  40. Creating the Organization

  41. Integrated Best Practice Analyzer

  42. Command-Line Setup • Fully customizable, unattended install • Separate server deployment from organization preparation

  43. Command-Line Setup Options

  44. Modifying Deployed Roles

  45. demonstration • Deploying a Server • Add a Server Role Demo

  46. Verify the Exchange Server 2007 Installation • Get-ExchangeServer • Check Event Viewer for events 1003 and 1004 in application log • ExBPA

  47. Agenda • Understanding Installation Requirements • Introducing Server Roles and Topology • Deploying Exchange Server • Coexisting and Migrating

  48. Exchange Server 5.5 • To add 2007 to a legacy organization, upgrade all 5.5 servers to 2000/2003, and then switch organization to native mode • Alternatively, install 2007 as separate organization and migrate using inter-organizational migration tools

  49. Installing Exchange Server 2007 into Existing Organization • Legacy organization auto-detected during installation • Little integration at the management level

  50. Coexistence Example