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You got a new HP DL380 (2U) server, dual Xeon, 4GB of RAM, 7 SAS disks, 64-bit. What do you do next to install Exchange 2003? (you have AD in place)

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You got a new HP DL380 (2U) server, dual Xeon, 4GB of RAM, 7 SAS disks, 64-bit. What do you do next to install Exchange 2003? (you have AD in place)



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what do you expect from us?


you join to domain, windows update, then install exchange 2003

if you want to know how to do it you probably need to read up this

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/library/bb123872(EXCHG.65).aspx


Unless you got detailed question, it is very hard for me to predict what will goes wrong.

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madhurikv wasn't asking for any advice. He's posted an interview question from http://www.petri.co.il/mcse-system-administrator-exchange-interview-questions.htm and want's someone to answer it.

His question is literally copied and pasted from the petri web site.
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