Can I setup a Exchange 2000 Server on Windows 2000 Server (without Active Direct

Can I setup a Exchange 2000 Server on Windows 2000 Server (without Active Direct

Post by Ward Flowers [MS » Thu, 22 Aug 2002 10:31:35



Active Directory has to be somewhere in the Domain because it is Exchange
2000's Directory. It does not have to be on that server though.

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Quote:> Can I setup a Exchange 2000 Server on Windows 2000 Server
> (without Active Directory)?

> Thanks,

> Alexander Brown

 
 
 

1. Upgrade Windows 2000 With Exchange 2000 to Windows 2000 Advanced Server

We are running Exchange 2000 on Windows 2k Server.  Our
Information Store is just over 16GB now.  We want to
increase our 1GB of RAM to 3GB, but according to Q-
Articles 266096 and 328882; I can only have 1 Gb of RAM in
Win 2k server.  

The Question:
If I get Windows 2000 Advanced Server, can I upgrade my
existing Exchange 2000 with Win2k Server to Win2k Advanced
Server w/o breaking exchange?  Or is it a format and
install the Advanced Server and restore the Exchange Data?

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