I'm trying to deploy a solution of webmail using MS Exchange 2000 (front-end and back-end servers). However, I could not install MS EXCH on front-end server (located in DMZ) because it's not reaching the domain controller on INSIDE.
I read all MS documentation about installing this type of program, but it didn't solve my problem.
What must I have to put on PIX settings to permit my Front-end server to reach the DC on the inside network?
I appreciate your help. However, the documents you were referencing suppose that I already istalled MS Exchange. I didn't do it yet. I need a help exactly on this point, that is, how to install Exchange in front-end configuration if PIX is between it and the Back-end Exchange server. I guess there is something like a script. Do you have some other reference?
I appreciate your help but, in fact, I already solved my problem. It was related to an Exchange configuration involving Active Directory sites. I put the Exchange front-end server inside the correct AD site and everything was ok.
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