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  • Dedicated DC for Exchange 2007

    Is there way were i can have a dedicated Domain Controller for Exchange 2007. This domain Controller should be used only for DSAccess and Users accessing the domain controller for login purpose for should be restricted.

    P.S: I tried setting Local GPO "Priority Set in the DC locator DNs SRV Rec" value but no sucess.

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    Re: Dedicated DC for Exchange 2007

    Under the Organization Configuration or Server Configuration node, there is a "Modify Configuration Domain Controller" context menu to launch the Configuration Domain Controller dialog. This allows you to specify a domain controller to be used for AD read and write for organization or server configuration.

    for exchange 2003 - rightmouseclick exchange server in ESM - properties - directory access tab.

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      Re: Dedicated DC for Exchange 2007

      I dont want any user Login authentication happening on this DC.

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        Re: Dedicated DC for Exchange 2007

        Disabling the netlogon service is to rigorous ?

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          Re: Dedicated DC for Exchange 2007

          i need to have dedicated dc which will used by Exchange for DSAcess, will disabling Netlogon will solve my purpose?

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            Re: Dedicated DC for Exchange 2007

            How about some creative use of additional network cards, different subnets and routing?

            But ask yourself WHY you want this -- what happens if the "dedicated DC" becomes a "dead-icated DC"?
            Tom Jones
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