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Step by step OWA installation on New Exchange server 2003

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I have 2 servers that are DC. Server1 is my exchange server, Server2 is my Terminal Server. I have exchange 2003 installed on Server1, however i want to add OWA 2003. Can i use Server 1 as a front end server or do i have to install exchange on Server2 and make that a front end server. If anyone have step by step instructions to the "T" i would appreciate it. I would like to use Server1 only if possible.

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if you want to use a front-end server setup then exchange needs to be installed on the all the computers that will participate.. also running exchange on your DC is not a recommended practise.. May I ask why you want to use a front-end? It is normally used to allow a single connection point for organizations that have many exchange servers..  If you give me more info I will walk you through it step by step
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use server 1 as a front end server and configure secure OWA on that server so outside users can hit it.


http://www.petri.co.il/configuring_forms_based_authentication_in_exchange_2003.htm
http://www.petri.co.il/configure_ssl_on_owa.htm
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