I am planing to install a unity (VM only)failover for a test environment (5 or 6 users). I know with failover the Exchange needs to be off box. My question is do I really need a seperate server (Exchange) for this small implementation or I can install Exchange in the primary unity server?
havent tried it, but I think it will work. The reason behind the separate Exchange server is to "divide your eggs" in the event of an outage. If the Primary server goes down, and Exchange was on it, then Failover really does no good.
For a lab, it should work. Unless someone else has some more info on this subject
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