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Publishin OWA and ISA 2004

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I have an ISA 2004 which is part of the domain and two 2003 exchange servers in a failover scenario. I wish to publish OWA through the ISA.   My question is where is it recommended to install the CA (On a domain controller, one of the exchange servers or on the ISA)and should it be Enterprise?  

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Enterprise Root would be the best for an Active Directory enviroment.  You can then use this in the future for secure emial user certificates etc.  Placing this on a DC would not be a bad idea.
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