Installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 – Windows Server 2003 R2

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This tutorial will show you how to install Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 on a Windows Server 2003 R2 server. I also go though the system requirements for installing Exchange Server 2003.
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17 Responses to “Installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 – Windows Server 2003 R2”

  1. mullinsJ08 Says:

    I understand what you’re saying but this is a basic one server installation for a YouTube video.

  2. arjunasuranga Says:

    Set up is doing it only if the Exchange administrator account is a member of the SchemaAdmin and EnterpriseAdmin groups and if the first Exchange 2003 server installation takes place in the same domain as the Schema Master.

    In a organization with multiple servers and roles, you(you should be a member of schema admin and enterprise admin groups) have to run Forestprep manually on schema master. Then you have to run Domainprep on the domain controller you wish to install Exchange

  3. mullinsJ08 Says:

    No problem, be sure to check out my Windows SBS 2003 R2 tutorials that are coming soon as they will have more about Exchange Server 2003 in them.

  4. mullinsJ08 Says:

    If you don’t do it then set-up does it for you.

  5. javediqbaal Says:

    thnk you

  6. mullinsJ08 Says:

    Yes that is correct.

  7. basmagic Says:

    So you have 2 network cards bridget?

  8. wunto Says:

    I think you missing to run SETUP.EXE /FORESTPREP and SETUP.EXE /DOMAINPREP… very important!

  9. rogertoppin Says:

    I like these videos because you do a thorough walk through. I get to see the entire wizard. Thanks.

  10. basmagic Says:

    yes i know but how can i configure it?

  11. mullinsJ08 Says:

    one goes to my router for the internet and the other is for my domain

  12. basmagic Says:

    why u got 2 network conections hooked up plz answer

  13. mullinsJ08 Says:

    yeah I use VMware workstation and put all my virtual machines on a seperate partition to windows on my hard drive. (Btw i use a legit copy of vmware workstation)

  14. LDaltonIT Says:

    Haha.
    Do you use VM ware for your vids ?
    Im trying to download a windows vista one and upgrade it to windows 7 (the Windows 7 Release Candidate) because it expires in 2010 and i dont want it to ruin my laptop.

  15. mullinsJ08 Says:

    lol how could you forget? and plus I’m sure your a fan of me on facebook 😛 nd soon I’m goin to be doing more on Windows Server 2008 once i get my lappy sorted out on wednesday.

  16. LDaltonIT Says:

    Im not even joking, I just came across your video and just saw the name and remembered that you did tutorials.

  17. teemeena Says:

    Nice work mate. Thouroughly enjoyed em. Can we more videos on exhange server

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