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is this possible that i can install DC+GC+MBX+CAS+HT All in One with SCR enabled.
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when you say SCR enabled you mean you will have another server right ?

Yes there is no problem having DC+GC+MBX+CAS+HT as long as your sever is sized correctly
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Although it is not recommended to install Exchange on a DC, you can do it as that is effectively what SBS is.
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As Akhater says you need another Exchange mailbox server for SCR to work.

If you intend to only have 1 Exchange server then your only option is LCR or a 3rd party product
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