I have to install a UNITY 3.1 VM System (dual-switch integration).
I'm wondering if this server needs to be a domain controller (Unity system requirements says YES, and Unity installation guide says it's not mandatory, and that it is strongly recommended not to install Active Directory !!??).
The customer wants to install Exchange 5.5 rather than Exchange 2000. Any caveats, or missing functionnalities with this release ?
It's not required that Unity be a domain controller... if you can, installing Unity as a member server in an existing domain is a good idea since the overhead of being a DC is to be avoided.
In some cases, though, installing a VM only system you don't have a choice since the customer either doesn't want us in their domain for whatever reason or they are not using an NT based network in which case you'll need to make Unity a DC, of course.
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