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Exchange 2003 Server and Domain controler

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I just have a little question.

Need we to install Exchange 2003 server on a domain controler or could it be juste a member server ?

Regards,

Xavier.
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If possible, you should absolutely avoid to install Exchange on a domain controller. (Is it possible, yes.)
Installing Exchange on a DC has - by the way - never been recommended.

Cheers,
Kris

http://blogs.brnets.com/michael/archive/2005/01/24/319.aspx
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