tailieunhanh - Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Deployment Guide- P36

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Deployment Guide- P36:Your Exchange Server 2003 deployment plan should reflect your understanding of how Exchange and Microsoft Windows Server™ operating systems interoperate. It should encompass the relationships between Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows® 2000 Server sites and domains, domain controllers, global catalog servers, and Exchange 2003 administrative and routing groups. | 351 Step 3 Creating the Exchange Virtual Servers The final step in configuring Exchange Server 2003 on a cluster is to create the Exchange Virtual Servers. Step 3 includes the following tasks 1. Create the resource group to host the Exchange Virtual Server. A separate cluster group is required for each Exchange Virtual Server. Exchange cluster resources should not be added to the default cluster group and adding an Exchange Virtual Server to the cluster group is not supported. For detailed steps see How to Create a Resource Group for an Exchange Virtual Server in a Windows Server Cluster. 2. Create an IP Address resource. For detailed steps see How to Create an IP Address Resource for an Exchange Virtual Server in a Windows Server Cluster. 3. Create a Network Name resource. For detailed steps see How to Create a Network Name Resource for an Exchange Virtual Server in a Windows Server Cluster. 352 4. Add a disk resource to the Exchange Virtual Server. For detailed steps see How to Move an Existing Disk Resource into an Exchange Virtual Server in a Windows Server Cluster. 5. Create an Exchange Server 2003 System Attendant resource. For detailed steps see How to Create an Exchange System Attendant Resource for an Exchange Virtual Server in a Windows Server Cluster. 6. Create any additional Exchange Virtual Servers. You need to repeat these tasks for each Exchange Virtual Server you want to add to your cluster. For example If you are configuring a two-node active passive Exchange Server 2003 cluster you create only one Exchange Virtual Server. Therefore you would only perform these tasks once. If you are configuring a four-node 3 active 1 passive Exchange Server 2003 cluster you create three Exchange Virtual Servers. Therefore you would perform these tasks three times. Before performing these tasks familiarize yourself with the requirements necessary for creating Exchange Virtual Servers Table 4 . 353 Table 4 Exchange Virtual Server requirements Area Requirements .

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