Windows Essentials Experience Install best practices

I have  server 2012  running 2 VM's, 1 is a domain controller and the other an exchange server. I want to install windows essentials experience for the network/domain. Resources are not an issue on any of the servers.

Which is the best server to install Essentials Experience on? The host, the VM Domain controller or the VM exchange server?
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
In my opinion I would choose the host or, DC and not even consider the Exchange server unless this is a lab and you are testing it.

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8fort8Author Commented:
Those are my thoughts too but there doesn't seem to be any detail from Microsoft about dependencys or conflicts like hypervisors and DC's.
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