So, I've been working with this exchange server that is also being used as a remote web server for employees to log in remotely to their machines and file shares and such like that. It is my understanding that exchange 2010 is designed to take all system memory leaving only about 2GB available, so that plus the numerous w3wp.exe instances mean my available memory is most always under 500MB, and most of the time just 0, which means that users trying to remote in cant.
This server kinda fell in my lap, it's not my area of expertise, so I'm hoping for a little guidance here. What I can do to reserve more memory for the remote needs? It's an office of around 20 people, so I don't know that the exchange mail would need all that much in the memory department to function well. The system has 16GB, and I'm assuming if I just add more it will all still get sucked away by exchange.