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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled by Scott Schnoll

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Chapter 4. Deployment Tools and Techniques

The role of an Exchange administrator has evolved considerably over the last several years. Prior to Exchange 2000, Exchange administrators had almost everything in one application: directory services, messaging services, Internet protocols, and storage. Provided you had a relatively healthy Windows NT domain and local administrative privileges, you could install Exchange in your organization and have it function as a nearly autonomous service. Exchange 2000 changed all of that when it went from a client/server, database-driven application with transport features that used the Windows domain model and authentication mechanisms to the killer Active Directory application.

When the world changed for Exchange, ...

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