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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Deployment and Migration : HP Technologies - Kieran McCorry

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Deployment and Migration

HP Technologies

Paperback Published: 1st September 2004
ISBN: 9781555583163
Number Of Pages: 400

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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Deployment and Migration describes everything that you need to know about designing, planning, and implementing an Exchange 2003 environment. The book discusses the requisite infrastructure requirements of Windows 2000 and Windows 2003. Furthermore, this book covers, in detail, the tools and techniques that messaging system planners and administrators will require in order to establish a functioning interoperability environment between Exchange 2003 and previous versions of Exchange including Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2000. Since Microsoft will drop support for Exchange 5.5 in 2004, users will have to migrate to Exchange 2003. Additionally the book describes various deployment topologies and environments to cater for a multitude of different organizational requirements.

* Details for consultants and system administrators to migrate from older versions of Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2000
* Critical information on integration with Outlook 2003 and Windows 2003
* Based on actual implementations of both beta and final release versions of Exchange 2003 in larger enterprise environments

"Clearly the topic of migration and deployment is in Kieran's sweet spot. The entire topic is like a fastball floating right down the middle for him because he absolutely hits a home run in this book. He doesn't just talk about what different components are involved with migration and deployment, he describes how everything works and why you might take different approaches in your deployment. It's right on the money!"- Donald Livengood, Senior Solution Architect (MCSE, MVP, HP Certified Architect), Hewlett-Packard Company

"In his new book, Kieran outlines clear, concise, and crisp guidelines for migration and deployment of Exchange messaging systems. Armed with this generally hard to find knowledge, you'll be prepared for most Exchange 2003 implementation projects. His principles have been well used in the past-not least for the implementation of a 350,000 user Exchange system in my own organization." - Roy Beattie, Messaging and Integration Director, NI Schools C2k Project

"Kieran has been working with us since 1999, originally on the AstraZeneca merger work and more recently on our Exchange 2003 project. This book demonstrates Kieran's expertise in deployment and migration and is particularly strong on Directory Synchronization, which is a fundamental component of a migration from Exchange 5.5 to 2003. You'll get quite the level of detail that you need, presented in a format that is easily digestible in this work." -- Dave Cook, Global Messaging Architect, Astra Zeneca Healthcare

Forewordp. xiii
Prefacep. xv
What is This Book about?p. xvi
Intended Audiencep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xix
Exchange 2003 Deployment Fundamentalsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Windows 2000/Windows 2003 Refresherp. 2
Exchange 2003 and Its Relationship to the Forestp. 5
The Importance of Domain Controllers and Global Catalog Serversp. 6
Choosing an Appropriate Domain Modelp. 17
Universal Security Groups and Windows Domain Mixed-Mode Membershipp. 19
Token Augmentationp. 19
Exchange 2003 Installation Requirementsp. 20
Exchange System Manager on Windows XPp. 24
Exchange 2003 and Internet Information Services 6.0p. 25
Exchange 2003 Installation Improvementsp. 26
Preparing and Planning for Deploymentp. 28
DCDiag and NetDiag Utilitiesp. 29
Preparing Windows 2003 Domains for Exchange 2003p. 31
Installing Exchange 2000p. 36
Summaryp. 37
Active Directory Connector Synchronizationp. 39
Introductionp. 39
Active Directory Connector Core Technology Descriptionp. 40
Connection Agreementsp. 45
Active Directory Connector Schema Modificationsp. 50
Determining Which Directory Objects to Synchronizep. 52
Active Directory Connector Block Searchingp. 53
How the Active Directory Connector Uses the Active Directoryp. 54
Mailbox-enabled and Mail-enabled Objectsp. 55
Object Class Mapping from Exchange 5.5 to the Active Directoryp. 55
Object Class Mapping from the Active Directory to Exchange 5.5p. 58
Synchronizing Hidden Objectsp. 60
Dealing with Hidden Distribution List Membershipp. 60
Object Deletionp. 61
Connection Agreements and Authenticationp. 62
Controlling the Synchronization Schedulep. 65
Connection Agreement Advanced Parametersp. 67
Exchange 5.5 Mailboxes and Multiple Windows NT Accountsp. 71
Mailbox Delegate Accessp. 72
Troubleshooting Active Directory Connector Synchronization Problemsp. 74
The New Exchange 2003 Active Directory Connector Featuresp. 77
Summaryp. 78
Advanced Active Directory Connector Configurationp. 79
Introductionp. 79
Default Object-Matching Behaviorp. 80
How the Active Directory Connector Uses LDAPp. 81
Using a Customized LDAP Search Filterp. 82
Understanding LDAP Search Filtersp. 82
Setting an LDAP Search Filter on a Connection Agreementp. 83
Default Active Directory Connector Object-Matching Behaviorp. 84
Using Custom Object-Matching Rules on the Active Directory Connectorp. 87
The NTDSNoMatch Utilityp. 92
Summarizing Object-Matching Behaviorp. 93
Introduction to Attribute Mappingp. 94
Default Attribute Mapping Behaviorp. 94
Moving Beyond the Schema Mapping GUIp. 95
Active Directory Distinguished Name Mapping with the Exchange 2000 Active Directory Connectorp. 102
Distinguished Name Mapping with the Exchange 2003 Active Directory Connectorp. 104
Exchange 5.5 and LDAP Namesp. 104
Attribute Mapping Rule Syntaxp. 105
Summaryp. 107
The Site Replication Servicep. 109
Introductionp. 109
Positioning the Site Replication Service and the Active Directory Connectorp. 109
Components that Comprise the Site Replication Servicep. 110
The Site Replication Service in Intrasite Replication Operationp. 111
The Site Replication Service in Intersite Replication Operationp. 114
What Takes Place during a Bridgehead Server Upgrade?p. 116
Site Replication Service Managementp. 117
Site Replication Service Preferencep. 119
Summaryp. 120
Public Folder Interoperability and Migrationp. 123
Introductionp. 123
Public Folder Connection Agreementsp. 123
Configuring Public Folder Connection Agreementsp. 125
Public Folder Permissionsp. 127
Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2003 Public Folder Republicationp. 128
Permission Handling during Mixed-Version Replicationp. 130
Dealing with Zombie Usersp. 132
Exchange 5.5 Distribution Lists and Access Control Listsp. 134
Public Folder Deployment Guidelinesp. 135
Planning and Understanding Public Folder Topologiesp. 136
Reintroducing Public Folder Affinityp. 137
Getting Ready to Migrate Public Foldersp. 139
Moving User and System Public Folder Contentp. 140
Using the Public Folder Migration Toolp. 142
Summaryp. 143
Deployment and Interoperability Guidelines for the Active Directory Connectorp. 145
Introductionp. 145
Why Native-Mode Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 Domains Are Bestp. 145
Scenarios that Require Multiple Connection Agreementsp. 147
Container Hierarchy Mappingp. 149
Moving Synchronized Objects between Containersp. 150
Using Multiple Active Directory Connectorsp. 151
Exchange 5.5 Back-Replicationp. 152
Connection Agreement Deployment Modelsp. 154
Deploying Active Directory Connectorsp. 163
Network Impact from Active Directory Connector Synchronizationp. 165
Summaryp. 167
Moving from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003p. 169
Introductionp. 169
Exchange 5.5 Migration Fundamentalsp. 169
Making a Clean Break from Exchange 5.5p. 171
Exchange 5.5 Migration Terminology Refresherp. 172
The Importance of sID History During Exchange 5.5 Migrationp. 173
Exchange 5.5, Windows Migrations, and the ClonePrincipal Toolkitp. 174
Requirements for Writeable Access to sIDHistoryp. 175
Running Exchange 5.5 on Windows 2000 Serversp. 176
Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003 Migration Approachesp. 177
Active Directory Account Domain Cleanup Wizardp. 200
Summaryp. 210
Moving from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003p. 211
Introductionp. 211
Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003 Migration Approachesp. 211
Mixed Exchange 5.5/Exchange 2000 migrations to Exchange 2003p. 216
The Exchange 2003 Move Mailbox Wizardp. 217
Summaryp. 227
Interorganization Migrationsp. 229
Introductionp. 229
Deciding on an Interorganization Migration Approachp. 229
Using the Exchange Server Migration Wizardp. 230
Partial Organization Migrationsp. 235
Third-Party Tool Approach to Interorganization Migrationp. 241
Summaryp. 262
Deploying Exchange for External Accessp. 265
Introductionp. 265
Using Exchange 2003 Front-End Servers in the DMZp. 265
Exchange, DSAccess, and Firewallsp. 267
Should You Allow RPCs across Your DMZ?p. 269
Generalized Internal-Facing Firewall Requirementsp. 270
Outlook Web Access Security Issuesp. 271
Secure Architectural Alternativep. 272
Tunneling and Bridgingp. 274
Putting Components into Practicep. 274
Using Microsoft ISA Server with OWAp. 275
Using a Hardware-Based SSL/TLS Proxy Server with OWAp. 278
Back-End Encryptionp. 279
Understanding OWA, Authentication, Front-End Servers, and Redirectionp. 281
Implementing Outlook RPC over HTTPp. 288
Summaryp. 299
Lists of Events Generated by the Active Directory Connectorp. 301
Connection Agreement Attributesp. 353
Active Directory Connector Registry Keysp. 363
Indexp. 365
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ISBN: 9781555583163
ISBN-10: 1555583164
Series: HP Technologies
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 400
Published: 1st September 2004
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 19.1  x 2.24
Weight (kg): 0.82