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When to join the domain with Exchange Server 2003?

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Hi,
I am installing Exchange 2003 on a Win2003 server with all servicepacks. What I am not sure of is if I should first join the existing domain adding this new server to it and than install exchange or the other way around.

The existing domain is a Win2003 domain also,

TIA

Tom
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pavaneeshkumar earned 500 total points
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first join the server in the domain and then install exchange server as exchange server depends upon Active directory.
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Thanks for prompt reply!
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