Hello - Quick Question - I am installing a lab unity primary, failover and exchange server. I can't have the server to build as the exchange one until tomorrow. I am at the point on the unity servers between loading SQL and Exchange. Since I can't assign them to the domain controller yet is it okay to load Exchange and the associated service packs, or will it mess something up? Thanks.
You cannot install Exchange Server 2000 unless your server belongs to the Windows 200x Domain.
During the installation process (or beforehand by running ForestPrep/DomainPrep) the Exchange installation makes changes to the Active Directory structure to add Exchange-specific fields (extensions to the Schema). Some of these fields display when you look at a user in "Active Directory Users and Computers".
yes, you need a domain somewhere for Exchange. Exchange will not load without a domain. The server you are loading either has to be it's own domain, or a member, or DC of another domain. Then Exchange can load.
If you are testing, i would just create a seperate domain, and load the rest of Exchange and SQL/unity.
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