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Configuring an ExchangeServer Infrastructure
Group MEMBERS:SYED SHOAIB TANVEER13151556-099MUBASHARSHAFIQ13151556-083ABDUL HANAN13151556-053MOHSIN WAHEED13151556-041
CONTENTSPost Installation ConsiderationsAdministrative and Routing GroupsMixed Mode and Native ModeFront-End and Back-End Servers
POST INSTALLATIONCONSIDERATIONSDeploying Exchange 2010, your existing infrastructure must meetcertain requirements and prerequisites:Exchange 2010 System RequirementsExchange 2010 Prerequisites
Exchange 2010 SystemRequirementsSupported Coexistence Scenarios:The following table lists the scenarios in which coexistencebetween Exchange 2010 and earlier versions of Exchange aresupported.Exchange versionExchange organization coexistenceExchange 2000 ServerNot supportedExchange Server 2003SupportedExchange 2007SupportedMixed Exchange 2007 and ExchangeServer 2003 organizationSupported
HardwareThe recommended hardware requirements for Exchange 2010servers vary depending on a number of factors including theserver roles that are installed and the anticipated load that willbe placed on the servers.ComponentRequirementProcessorx64 architecture-based computerwith Intel processor that supportsIntel 64 architecture (formerlyknown as Intel EM64T)AMD processor that supports theAMD64 platformIntel Itanium IA64 processors notsupported
HardwareMemoryVaries depending on Exchangefeatures that are installedPaging file sizeThe page file size minimum andmaximum must be set to physical RAMplus 10 MBDisk spaceAt least 1.2 GB on the drive on whichyou install ExchangeAn additional 500 MB of available diskspace for each Unified Messaging (UM)language pack that you plan to install200 MB of available disk space on thesystem driveA hard disk that stores the messagequeue database on an Edge Transportserver or Hub Transport server with atleast 500 MB of free space
HARDWAREDriveDVD-ROM drive, local or networkaccessibleScreen resolution800 x 600 pixels or higherFile formatDisk partitions formatted as NTFS filesystems, which applies to the followingpartitions:System partitionPartitions that store Exchange binaryfilesPartitions containing transaction logfilesPartitions containing database filesPartitions containing other Exchangefiles
Exchange 2010 PrerequisitesMake sure that the functional level of your forest is at leastWindows Server 2003, and that the schema master is runningWindows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1) or later.The full installation option of Windows Server 2008 with SP2 orlater, Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM or later, or Windows Server2012 must be used for all servers running Exchange 2010 serverroles or management tools.For all server roles other than the Edge Transport server role, youmust first join the computer to the appropriate internal ActiveDirectory forest and domain.
ADMINISTRATIVE AND ROUTINGGROUPSAdministrative groupsare universal in scope, meaning that useraccounts from any domain in the forest can be added to them.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Zeeshan
Tags
Microsoft Exchange Server, Windows Server 2003, Exchange Recipient Administrator, Routing Group

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