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Title: Exchange Server 2007 Deployment and Migration Strategies Nireshen Beerbul nireshbmicrosoft'com


1
Exchange Server 2007 Deployment and Migration
Strategies Nireshen Beerbul nireshb_at_microsoft.com
2
What Will We Cover?
  • Deployment Scenarios
  • Server Roles
  • Detailed pre-installation requirements
  • The installation process
  • Automating deployments
  • Server provisioning

3
Helpful Experience
IT administration experience with Microsoft
Exchange Server 2003, Exchange 2000 Server, or
Exchange Server 5.5
Level 300
4
Agenda
  • Understanding Exchange Deployment Scenarios
  • Introducing Exchange Server Roles
  • Meeting Exchange 2007 Installation Requirements
  • Understanding Exchange 2007 Setup
  • Automating Exchange 2007 Setup

5
Agenda
  • Understanding Exchange Deployment Scenarios
  • Introducing Exchange Server Roles
  • Meeting Exchange 2007 Installation Requirements
  • Understanding Exchange 2007 Setup
  • Automating Exchange 2007 Setup

6
Exchange Deployment Scenarios
E2007 Intra-Org Coexistence
Upgrade (T3)
E2003
E2007
E2003
Foreign
Foreign System
Notes
Lotus Notes
Greenfield
E5.5
Foreign System Co-exist (T5)
Native Mode E2007 (T4)
New Installation (T1)
Migration (T2)
Migration (T2)
Migration (T2)
Migration (T2)
Native E2007 Organization
  • Transitions
  • T1 New clean installation of single E2007
    Organization
  • T2 Migrate MB content and select MB attributes
    to E2007
  • T3 Upgrade to E2007 and coexist in same
    Organization
  • T4 All legacy servers removed and coexistence
    removed
  • T5 Configure E2007 coexistence with foreign
    system

7
Coexistence Scenarios
Native E2007 Organization
E2007 Inter-Organization coexistence (T6)
Native E2007
E2003
E2007 Intra-Org Coexistence
E2007
E2003
Foreign
Notes
  • Transitions
  • T6 Configure E2007 coexistence with multiple
    Organizations

8
Exchange Forest Topologies
9
Exchange Server Interoperability Requirements
  • Legacy Exchange Organization in Exchange Native
    Mode
  • Routing Group Connector is required between 2003
    and 2007
  • Exchange 2003 Front-ends cannot talk to Exchange
    Server 2007 Mailbox Servers
  • Verify recipients meet new validation requirements

10
Exchange Interoperability
11
Agenda
  • Understanding Exchange Deployment Scenarios
  • Introducing Exchange Server Roles
  • Meeting Exchange 2007 Installation Requirements
  • Understanding Exchange 2007 Setup
  • Automating Exchange 2007 Setup

12
Exchange 2007 Server Roles
13
Exchange 2007 Enterprise Topology
Enterprise Network
PBX or VoIP
Other SMTP Servers
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Flexible Deployment
  • Flexible installation options
  • Increased security
  • Servers can be optimized

15
Flexible Deployment Continued
  • Increased availability
  • Patching by roles reduces maintenance outages
  • Management by server roles is more intuitive

16
Server Role Details
17
Agenda
  • Understanding Exchange Deployment Scenarios
  • Introducing Exchange Server Roles
  • Meeting Exchange 2007 Installation Requirements
  • Understanding Exchange 2007 Setup
  • Automating Exchange 2007 Setup

18
Hardware Requirements
  • 64-bit processor Intel or AMD processor required
    in production environment
  • Minimum 512MB of RAM
  • 1 GB disk space on installation drive plus 200 MB
    on system drive
  • NTFS file system

19
Software Requirements
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP1
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 supported
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
  • MMC 3.0

20
Role Specific Software Requirements
21
Infrastructure Requirements
22
Deploy Supporting Active Directory Infrastructure
  • Upgrade/replace existing Domain Controllers
  • Use 64-bit hardware (recommended)
  • One 64-bit Global Catalog server can handle the
    workload of 11 32-bit GC servers

23
Client Requirements
24
Client Requirements Continued
25
Security Requirements
26
Agenda
  • Understanding Exchange Deployment Scenarios
  • Introducing Exchange Server Roles
  • Meeting Exchange 2007 Installation Requirements
  • Understanding Exchange 2007 Setup
  • Automating Exchange 2007 Setup

27
The Deployment Wizard
28
Choosing the Server Roles
29
Creating the Organization
30
Integrated Best Practice Analyzer
31
Exchange Setup End-to-End
32
Verify the Exchange Server 2007 Installation
  • Get-ExchangeServer
  • ExBPA

33
Modifying Deployed Roles
34
Agenda
  • Understanding Exchange Deployment Scenarios
  • Introducing Exchange Server Roles
  • Meeting Exchange 2007 Installation Requirements
  • Understanding Exchange 2007 Setup
  • Automating Exchange 2007 Setup

35
Exchange 2003 Unattend Mode
  • Specific format created by setup itself
  • Restrictions on allowed setup actions
  • Exchange 2003 setup return codes

36
Command-Line Setup
  • Fully customizable, unattended install
  • Separate server deployment from organization
    preparation

37
Command-Line Setup Options
38
Delegation Setup Commands
39
Active Directory Parameters
40
Required PrepareX Permissions
41
Introduction to the Exchange 2007 Answer File
  • Simple text file
  • Format is parametervalue
  • Create and edit with notepad

42
Understanding Success or Failure
  • Simple return codes
  • The right data in the log

43
Putting it All Together
  • Easy to use
  • Trustworthy
  • Fully integrated with PowerShell for provisioning

44
Session Summary
  • Deployment scenarios
  • Improved through the use of server roles
  • Simpler, more flexible, more intuitive
  • Better delegation
  • Improved deployments can be fully automated

45
Thank you to our Partners for their support of
TechDays 2007
46
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