• RSS
  • Twitter
  • FaceBook

Exchange Server Forums

Forums | Register | Login | My Profile | Inbox | RSS RSS icon | My Subscription | My Forums | Address Book | Member List | Search | FAQ | Ticket List | Log Out

Exchange Design and Architecture with 2 servers

Users viewing this topic: none

Logged in as: Guest
  Printable Version
All Forums >> [Microsoft Exchange 2007] >> Installation >> Exchange Design and Architecture with 2 servers Page: [1]
Login
Message << Older Topic   Newer Topic >>
Exchange Design and Architecture with 2 servers - 28.Sep.2007 12:51:06 PM   
ashish326

 

Posts: 5
Joined: 7.Feb.2007
Status: offline
 
Hi all,
 
We are going to be deploying Exchange 2007 in our Exchange 2003 organization soon.  We are going to be deploying Exchange 2007 using only 2 servers.  The specs of the 2 servers are identical as follows:  Dual/Quad core processors, whatever the latest speed is with 4 gigs of ram.
 
Our current environment has 250-300 users of which 100 percent of the users are laptop users and all of which have Outlook 2007 and outlook anywhere configured.  We currently have 1 FE 2003 server for OWA and Outlook Anywhere and 1 mailbox server.  All users use Outlook anywhere all day and night.  We have alot of remote users, on the road, etc.
 
What is the recommend/best practice for deployment or are there pros and cons for the following deployment?
 
First Scenario:  Server 1 - CAS and Server 2 - Hub Transport and Mailbox
 
OR
 
Second Scenario: Server 1 - CAS and Hub Transport and Server 2 - Mailbox
 
I believe everyone will have their opinions, but support of you opinion or MS docuements with recommendations would be great.
 
Thanks in Advance,


< Message edited by ashish326 -- 1.Oct.2007 11:28:03 AM >
Post #: 1

Page:   [1] << Older Topic    Newer Topic >>
All Forums >> [Microsoft Exchange 2007] >> Installation >> Exchange Design and Architecture with 2 servers Page: [1]
Jump to:

New Messages No New Messages
Hot Topic w/ New Messages Hot Topic w/o New Messages
Locked w/ New Messages Locked w/o New Messages
 Post New Thread
 Reply to Message
 Post New Poll
 Submit Vote
 Delete My Own Post
 Delete My Own Thread
 Rate Posts


Follow TechGenix on Twitter