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For those following along with these deployment articles to create a lab environment then a simpler companion article entitled is also available which quickly addresses adding a single Edge Server to this example environment.But for this article a different, much more verbose approach has been taken.Before we can take off, we need to do a pre-check routine on all our servers because the last thing we want is to get cruising at 38,000 users and then have it crash. DAGs utilize Windows Failover Clustering so you’re going to need a Windows OS that supports that and since Exchange 2013 can only be installed on Server 2012 and Server 2008 R2 SP1, we’ll focus on those.If you’re running 2008 R2, you’ll want Enterprise or Datacenter.This guide contains instructions to configure a proof of concept (Po C) environment requiring a minimum amount of resources.The guide makes extensive use of Windows Power Shell and Hyper-V.
The driving force for selecting that topology was primarily that the much-improved official documentation from Microsoft already covered the deployment of an Enterprise Edition Front End server pool.
You do not need to be an expert in Windows Power Shell to complete the steps in the guide, however you are required to customize some commands to your environment.
Instructions to "type" Windows Power Shell commands provided in this guide can be followed literally by typing the commands, but the preferred method is to copy and paste these commands.
The instructions in this guide should not be used in a production setting, and are not meant to replace the instructions found in production deployment guidance.
Approximately 3 hours are required to configure the Po C environment.
Please be aware that it may take up to 24 hours before these changes begin to take effect.