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The cat is out of the bag! Windows Essential Business Server (EBS) has been in alpha and beta for quite some time, and I've been running it in a parallel production environment for the last six months. What is EBS? EBS is a midsized (actually, a small/medium) business solution that includes the following components: Exchange 2007 Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) Forefront Security for Exchange System Center Essentials Advanced Installation Wizards Advanced Configuration Wizards Default Security Best Practices configuration EBS requires that you have three physical servers. One for the Management Server, one for the Messaging Server (Exchange) and one for the security server (TMG firewall). The installation routine includes three DVDs, and you just insert one DVD in at a time and follow the on-screen instructions. The installer collects all the information about your environment and automatically installs and configures all the components of the solution. The EBS team really raised the bar when they developed the EBS installer! Best of all, you don't have to deal with any nightmarish PowerShell commands. Do what the wizards tell you, and it just works. I'm very impressed with the EBS solution so far. While there are some performance and stability issues that continue to plague it through the beta and RC builds, I'm confident that the EBS team will work out these issues before the EBS collection goes RTM. While the wizards are great and do most of the heavy lifting for you, there's still a lot you can do to optimize the environment. Any knowledge you have regarding
How to set up complementary services for a hosting solution with Exchange Server 2007 and final tests.
Installing and configuring the Client Access Server.
Installing Exchange Mailbox and Hub Transport Server roles on the EXHC2007MB machine.
In this article we’ll spend some time looking at the new improvements made to the Exchange System Manager, now known as the Exchange Management Console (EMC) in Exchange 2007.