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Configure Exchange Server 2003

Configure Exchange Server 2003

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How to Install IIS Prerequisites for Exchange Server 2003 onWindows Server 2003
Exchange 2003 Setup requires that the following components and services be installed and enabledon the server:
 
.NET Framework
 
ASP.NET 
 
Internet Information Services (IIS)
 
World Wide Web Publishing Service
 
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service
 
Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) serviceIf you are installing Exchange 2003 on a server running Windows 2000, Exchange Setup installsand enables the Microsoft .NET Framework and ASP.NET automatically. You must install the World WideWeb Publishing Service, the SMTP service, and the NNTP service manually before running ExchangeServer 2003 Installation Wizard.If you are installing Exchange 2003 in a native Windows Server 2003 forest or domain, none of these services is enabled by default. You must enable the services manually before running ExchangeServer 2003 Installation Wizard.
Important:
When you install Exchange on a new server, only the required services are enabled. For example, PostOffice Protocol version3 (POP3), Internet Message Access Protocol version4 (IMAP4), and NNTP services aredisabled by default on all of your Exchange 2003 servers. You should enable only services that areessential for performing Exchange 2003 tasks.1.
 
Click
Start
, point to
Control Panel
, and then click
Add or Remove Programs
.2.
 
In
Add or Remove Programs
, click
Add/Remove Windows Components
.3.
 
In Windows Component Wizard, on the
Windows Components
page, highlight
ApplicationServer
, and then click
Details
.4.
 
In
Application Server
, check the
ASP.NET
check box.
The Application Server dialog box
5.
 
Highlight
Internet Information Services (IIS)
, and then click
Details
.
 
6.
 
In
Internet Information Services (IIS)
, check the
NNTP Service
,
SMTP Service
, and
WorldWide Web Service
check boxes, and then click
OK
.
The Internet Information Services (IIS) dialog box
7.
 
In
Application Server
, ensure that the
Internet Information Services (IIS)
check box isselected, and then click
OK
to install the components.
Note:
Do not check the
E-mail Services
check box.8.
 
Click
Next
, and when the Windows Components Wizard completes, click
Finish
.9.
 
Perform the following steps to enable ASP.NET:a.
 
Click
Start
, point to
Administrative Tools
, and then click
Internet InformationServices (IIS) Manager
.b.
 
In the console tree, expand the local computer, and then click
Web Service Extensions
.c.
 
In the details pane, click
ASP.NET
, and then click
Allow
.
How to Run Exchange Server 2003 ForestPrep
ForestPrep is run the first time you install Exchange Server 2003 into your Active Directory forest.It extends the schema to include Exchange specific classes and attributes.Before you perform the procedure in this topic, consider the following:
 
 The account you use to run ForestPrep must be a member of the following groups:
o
 
Enterprise Administrator
o
 
Schema Administrator
o
 
Domain Administrator
o
 
Local Machine Administrator
 
When you delegate Exchange roles to a security group, it is recommended that you use Globalor Universal security groups and not Domain Local security groups.
 
 
 To decrease replication time, it is recommended that you run Exchange 2003 ForestPrep on adomain controller in your root domain.
To run Exchange 2003 ForestPrep
1.
 
Insert the Exchange CD into your CD-ROM drive.2.
 
On the
Start
menu, click
Run
, and then type
:\setup\i386\setup /ForestPrep
, where
is your CD-ROM drive.3.
 
On the
Welcome to the Microsoft Exchange Installation Wizard
page, click
Next
.4.
 
On the
License Agreement
page, read the agreement. If you accept the terms, click
I agree
,and then click
Next
.5.
 
On the
Product Identification
page, type your 25-digit product key, and then click
Next
.6.
 
On the
Component Selection
page, ensure that
Action
is set to
ForestPrep
. If not, click thedrop-down arrow, and then click
ForestPrep
. Click
Next
.
The ForestPrep option on the Component Selection page
 
Important:
If 
ForestPrep
does not appear under
Action
, you may have misspelled the "ForestPrep" commandin Step 2. If this is the case, go back to Step 2 and retype the command.7.
 
On the
Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator
 
Account
page, in the
Account
box, type thename of the account or group that is responsible for installing Exchange.
Note:
 The account that you specify will also have permission to use Exchange Administration DelegationWizard to create other Exchange administrator accounts. For more information about ExchangeAdministration Delegation Wizard, see the
Exchange Server 2003 Administration Guide 
 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=21769).

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