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best Practices for an Exchange Front End Server

I have a rather simple question really which I already have an opinion on myself. When setting up an Exchange Front End Server that will be accessed from the Internet, is it suggested that no other applications run on thi sserver?

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mmm actually it is matter of capacity. and what type of application u will run.
because if u use a good FW, locked down windows and latest updates and good IPS/IDS then i think that u cam run other application on it
i used the FE as an SQL database server once
so it is about ur hardware and load limit
the best way is to create a base lineinstall the app then check the performance and compare it to the baseline
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