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In this post somebody references that Exchange (2003?) be installed on a DC.... I thought that you could not install Exchange on a DC in Windows 2000 or 2003?
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You can install Exchange on a DC but it is not recomended if you don't have to.
As a matter of fact, when you are running Windows Small Buisness Server it will be a DC (mandatory) and Exchange will run on this server.
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That is what i thought... i would work, but it is not recomennded...

Thank you,
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