I am setting up my home test network.In which i want to implement migration from Exchange 2003 to 2007.So i need to create a domain with looks like my existing network.
Here is the hardware and Software that i have with the partition details.
2 64 bit machines > 64 Bit Os Windows 2003 + 64 bit SP for OS + i386
2 32 Bit machines with windows 2003 + Sp2 + i386
1 32 Bit machine with Windows Xp + Sp2 + Outlook 2007 + i386
Partitions for 64 Bit
Partitions for 32 Server machine (2nos)
C Drive 35 GB
D Drive remaining
Partitions for 32 Client machine (1nos)
C Drive 40 GB
D Drive 40 GB
E Drive 80 GB
Need to install
ADS 2003 + Exchange 2003 + DHCP + DNS + WINS + MOM
Now what i want to know is in which machines shall i install which.
Can we install Active directory and exchange 2003 on the same machine
Can we install exchange 2003 and exchange 2007 upgrade on the same machine
Which are the first and next applications to be installed.
In the next couple of days you can see me posting lots of question of installation and upgradation.Please bare with me....
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