Exchange & Windows 2003 install

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I'm planning an install of windows & exchange 2003, after installing the OS what would be the next step ? SP1 or exchange install? if its exchange do i then install sp1 for exchange then the OS SP?

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You should install from a streamlined 2k3 SP1 cd. This will prevent your server being compromised during the install process. Then install Exchange.

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  • Coch2005
    have specific enterprise discs for windows and exchange, have service packs downloaded for os & exchange So it would be OS > SP1 for OS then Exchange > SP for exchange?
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  • Swilliamson
    Install as follows: Windows 2003 Windows 2003 Resource Kit SP1 for Windows 2003 Windows 2003 SP1 Support Tools Exchange 2003 SP1 for Exchange 2003 Windows 2003 SP1 Administration Pak (Optional) Install any desired Exchange 2003 Tools Patch Windows 2003 SP1 Up-to-date Patch Exchange 2003 SP1 Up-to-date
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  • Petroleumman
    Hello, If your doing a clean install (not an upgrade), build your OS first, apply any service packs, patches and hotfixes that apply to your OS configuration. Once you have built your OS then move on to the Exchange install and follow the same path. Install Exchange followed by service packs for Exchange etc. Good Luck!
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  • Genderhayes
    Agree to the licenses agreement Enter your serial number The next screen will prompt you to select what components you want to install. The typical configuration is selected. This should be fine with most installation. If you need you can enable any additional services you wish At the installation type screen - we are setting up a new organization, so we have used the default selection “Create a new Exchange Organization” at the organization name screen enter the name of your company Agree to the license statement Review the your selections and press next to begin installation wizard will now install the components you have selected this will take several minutes to 1/2 hour.  When it is complete you are ready to add your users
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