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As you have discovered so far, Exchange 5.5 is the end of the road for Windows NT networks. In order to install and implement Exchange 2000, you must have Windows 2000 installed and the Active Directory configured. As part of that process, Windows 2000 expects that you will install the Active Directory and then at some point in the future install Exchange 2000. During the interim, you can use the Active Directory Connector to synchronize Exchange 5.5 and Active Directory. There is, however, another reason for using the ADC. Once your Active Directory installation is in place, you can install and use the ADC to migrate objects into the Active Directory from the Exchange directory. This process enables you to replicate user object information from Exchange into the Active Directory, which can help decrease your implementation time since you will not have to manually enter that information.
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Aside from synchronization and implementation assistance, a practical reason to use the ADC is to enable you to manage your Active Directory and Exchange directory from one administrative tool. Using the Exchange 5.5 console and Active Directory tools, you can perform administrative tasks from a single location instead of having to travel from server to server.
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But aside from assisting with implementation, the ADC enables you to continue to use Exchange server without the hassle of maintaining two independent directories. In order to implement the ADC, you ll need to install the service on a Windows 2000 server in an Active Directory network. Note that the server does not have to be a domain controller. In fact, in large environments, there can be a lot of synchronization traffic that could drain resource availability on domain controllers, so using the ADC on a member server may be a better option. Also, ADC uses LDAP to exchange information between Exchange and the Active Directory among the CAs that are configured. This should not be a problem considering the wide use of LDAP in the Active Directory, but for informational purposes, be aware that the ADC must use LDAP. Exchange 5.5 supports LDAP, so there is no additional configuration that must be performed on the server for use with the ADC. The ADC is found on your Windows 2000 Server installation CD-ROM in the Valueadd folder. Open the MSFT folder, then open the Mgmt folder, then open the ADC folder, and then double-click Setup.exe. Exchange 2000 also provides an enhanced version of the ADC that you should install upon the upgrade to Exchange 2000. The following steps show you how to install the ADC: 1. After clicking Setup.exe, a Welcome screen appears, shown in Figure 17-1. Note that you cannot install system files or update shared files if any are currently in use. Click Next to continue.
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Figure 17-1: Welcome screen
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2. In the Component Selection window, shown in Figure 17-2, select the ADC and the ADC management components check boxes and then click Next.
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Figure 17-2: Component Selection window
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3. In the Install Location window, shown in Figure 17-3, select a location for setup to install the ADC, which is C:\Program Files\MSADC by default. You can enter the name of an alternate location or click the browse button to locate it. Click the Next button when you re done.
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Figure 17-3: Install Location window
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4. Installation requires a service account in order to install the service, shown in Figure 17-4. Typically, you would choose to use an administrator account. Once installation is complete, this account will also be assigned the Logon As Service, Restore Files and Directories, Act as Part of the Operating System, and Audit Permissions rights. Select an account, enter a valid password, and click Next.
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Figure 17-4: Service Account window
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5. Setup installs the ADC by copying the files, modifying the registry, and modifying the Active Directory schema. Click Finish when prompted.
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