using the latest Beta 3 of Longhorn Server and the Beta 1 realease of the
Service Pack 1 of Exchange 2007 (can be used for a clean install) gave me
the success I wanted to have... niCe... Only thing perople mighty miss is
the ability to host Unified messaging on Longhorn. Another point I didn't
determine yet is if you still need a Global Catalog running on a Windows
2003 SP1 box...
"Tobias Punke" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Dear Guys,
> since the new Beta 3 (Escrow) release the Windows Power Shell has been
> integrated as a Windows feature just like Microsoft announced. I will try
> this version to satisfy my try-out needs.. :-)
> Tobias Punke
> "Tobias Punke" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
>> Dear friends,
>> I have tried to install Exchange Server 2007 under my new favorite
>> Windows, the "Vista" Longhorn Server. Unfortunately I wasn't able to
>> install the required PowerShell the normal way. I have reengeneered the
>> setup procedure to determine where the installer does what. After the
>> manual "install" I was able to use the PowerShell but the Exchange setup
>> program crashed anyway without any usable hint what in detail went wrong.
>> Does anybody has a work around or is able to tell me, whcih releases of
>> Loghorn Server and Exchange to use?
>> Many thanks in advance,
>> Tobias Punke