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I have a server that acts as a domain controller, DNS server, file, printserver and exchange server the dc is part of an active directory forest the windows has crashed on this server and i need to reinstall windows on the c drive while leaving the d drive containing the shared folders intact i need to also to rejoin the dc to the active directory forest and reinstall windows exchange server 2003 i want to know what are the requirement for installing exchange 2003 server and how i can use the exchange 2003 disaster  recovery comand and i want to know how i can restore the maibox database

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thank you
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can i install exchange using the recovery or  i have to perform a fresh install

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