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Installing exchange 2007

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Installing a exchanger server 2007 with no prior exchanger server to our network using Active directory on a windows 2003 server.
 DO I need to run  setup /preparelegacyechangepermission then setup /prepareAD /Organizationname or are there other steps before or after that have to run?
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Exchange 2007 install does everything for you.
Put the CD in and run setup. Follow the prompts.

Simon.
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I don't think you will have to run preparelegacyechangepermission but I also believe it wouldn't hurt even you run it.

if you skip it, it will be part of other steps, such as prpareAD, anyways.

Afer all, for a brandnew installation, I would just follow the setup GUI, make sure readiness check passes all tests, the program will decided for you.
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Thanks.
I lost the link to the readiness check test. Where do I find this at?
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never mind I found it wow I am blind
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