There is no rule about which type of server you can install Exchange 2000
on. However in most situations we would advise that you install it on a
regular member server. Things to consider if you do put it on a domain
controller is all around performance and security.
- Exchange and AD will compete for resources
- Consider if Exchange were to crash, or require some maintenance work to
be undertaken, this may machine the needs to be reboot - if it's DC/GC as
well other services will be affected.
- Any restoring of data for or the other service could impact the
availability of the other.
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I have multiple DCs in the same domain.
DC1 is installed with e2k
DC2 is not installed with e2k
If I create user from AD from DC1, there is also option to create mailbox.
How do I do the same thing from DC2?. AD from DC2 does not show option to
4. OWA set up