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The Exchange 2000 Server Hosting series was created to help network managers, system integrators, and consultants involved in planning and deploying hosted Exchange 2000 implementations. This volume, Deployment, builds on that information and includes the step-by-step procedures required to implement this design. The companion volume, Planning, describes the tasks and decisions that must be completed to develop a framework suitable for hosting a large number of customers and ...
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The Exchange 2000 Server Hosting series was created to help network managers, system integrators, and consultants involved in planning and deploying hosted Exchange 2000 implementations. This volume, Deployment, builds on that information and includes the step-by-step procedures required to implement this design. The companion volume, Planning, describes the tasks and decisions that must be completed to develop a framework suitable for hosting a large number of customers and users in a shared forest environment.
While this guide is primarily focused on the Application Service Provider hosting their customers' messaging infrastructures, the issues and concepts discussed here can be used by any organization to provide access to the full range of Exchange 2000 Server facilities across a public network.
This book covers the following topics:
The companion CD-Rom contains scripts and executable code. To run the scripts included on this CD, you will need Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000.
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; Content Lead; Documentation Lead; Key Authors; Reviewers; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Deployment Guide Contents; 1.3 Logical Flowchart; 1.4 Hosting Data Center Overview; 1.5 Hosting Data Center Diagram; 1.6 Customers’ Environments; 1.7 Internet Connection; 1.8 Border Routers; 1.9 Network Load Balancing Switches; 1.10 Active Directory; 1.11 Clustered Back-End Servers; 1.12 Storage Area Network; 1.13 ISA Server 2000 Firewall; 1.14 Front-End SMTP and Outlook Web Access Computers; 1.15 DNS Implementation; 1.16 Web Servers; 1.17 Adding Organizations and Users; 1.18 Summary; Chapter 2: Configuring Routers and Switches; 2.1 Hosting Data Introduction; 2.2 Network Design; 2.3 Network System Requirements; 2.4 Juniper M5 Border Router; 2.5 Passport 8010 Multi-Layer Switch; 2.6 Hardware Load Balancing Switch; 2.7 Summary; Chapter 3: Implementing Active Directory for Hosting; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Process Flowchart; 3.3 Installing Windows 2000; 3.4 Promoting and Configuring Domain Controllers; 3.5 Configuring Internal DNS; 3.6 Configuring List Object Mode; 3.7 Summary; Chapter 4: Installing the Back-End Servers; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Process Flowchart; 4.3 Building the Exchange Nodes; 4.4 Windows 2000 Cluster Installation; 4.5 Cluster Preparation; 4.6 Exchange 2000 Installation; 4.7 Creating and Configuring Organizational Units; 4.8 Exchange 2000 Back-End Configuration; 4.9 Summary; Chapter 5: Deploying ISA Server; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Process Flowchart; 5.3 Installing the Operating System; 5.4 ISA Server Installation; 5.5 ISA Server Configuration; 5.6 Summary; Chapter 6: Installing the Front-End Servers; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Process Flowchart; 6.3 Installing Windows 2000; 6.4 Installing Exchange 2000; 6.5 Configuring the OWA Front End Servers; 6.6 Configuring the SMTP Front End Servers; 6.7 Summary; Chapter 7: Implementing Domain Name Service for Hosting; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Process Flowchart; 7.3 Installing the Operating Systems; 7.4 Configuring EXDNS1; 7.5 Configuring EXDNS2 (Caching Only); 7.6 Configuring External Advertising DNS Computers; 7.7 Verifying the DNS Configuration; 7.8 Summary; Chapter 8: Adding Organizations and Users; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Process Flowchart; 8.3 Adding Organizations; 8.4 Adding Public Folders; 8.5 Adding Users; 8.6 Creating Customer DNS Entries; 8.7 Installing the Simple Web Servers; 8.8 Installing the Backup Server; 8.9 Configuring Outlook 2002 and Internet Explorer; 8.10 Summary;