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Exchange, DHCP, DNS

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If I want to gain some experience with Exchange, DHCP....DNS etc...are these just services I can turn on though Server 2008?  

Can I run them in conjunction with a couple of virtual machines just to get familiar with them?  It would make the MCITP less abstract.  Most of my experience is client side
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You can use ESXi or vmWare server to create a virtual environment. On that one you can install a DC (domain controller), DHCP server and an Exchange Server.
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You can also try MS Virtual Labs

http://www.microsoft.com/events/vlabs/default.mspx

For Virtualization, you can use:
http://www.virtualbox.org/
http://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads

Its free also. Enjoy.
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