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Hi All,
i would like to ask;
1. Can i install AD, Exchange, BES in a box?
2. If cant, how di i split them? Exchange + AD in a box and BES in a box? or Exch standalone and AD + BES in a box?

thank you.
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Question by:julisanto
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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1. Can i install AD, Exchange, BES in a box? - Yes you can but not a good practise

2. If possible all three on a different box if not then - AD and Exchange on one and BES on second

- Rancy
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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BES is only supported installed on the same server as Exchange when it is an SBS server. Full product it isn't supported.
I wouldn't install BES on to a domain controller as that will give you problems with permissions.

Simon.
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the SBS is the only way you can install all of them on one box. I agree with Sembee2 here. I would not try to squeeze BES on the same machine...
AD+Exchange get along well, BES you can run in a Hyper-V environment though
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