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How do I install Mobile Admin on an Exchange 2003 Cluster with no Front End?

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I want to see if anyone has come across any issues or concerns with installing the Exchange 2003 Mobile Admin application that handles remote wipe to PDAs?  My major concern is that I have to install it on one of the servers in the cluster since I have no front end, and cannot find any info related to mobile admin and Exchange Cluster. I want to be sure that since it installs into the default website turning that site on won't cause any interference with the Exchange Virtual Instance.  It would be nice to have the website clustered too. Any suggestions or recomendations?  

Thanks for your advice!
Austin
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It is not recommended,

 Microsoft says to install it on a Exchange Front-end server and I see no where on any website that says it is supported on a back-end server.  I also installed the tool in my test lab on a back-end server and had the same results of no website in IIS.  

Refer the attached document also
Also ref this url
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Web_Servers/Microsoft_IIS/Q_22692068.html
Deploying-Mobile-Messaging-.doc
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Thanks for such a quick and direct answer on this

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Thanks :):):)
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