2 Locations / 2 Windows 2003 server / 1 Exchange 2003

Discussion in 'Server Setup' started by Guest, Aug 21, 2003.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    2 Locations / 2 Windows 2003 server / 1 Exchange 2003


    Hi!

    what I'll do:

    Connect 2 miscellaneous domains together.


    Domain 1:

    Name: TestDomain1 (This is the main domain)
    Server: Windows 2003 enterprise
    Exchange 2003 enterprise
    Location: New York city
    Workstations: Windows 2000



    Domain 2:

    Name: TestDomain2
    Server: Windows 2003 enterprise
    Workstations: Windows 2000
    Locations: Los Angelas


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    Questions:

    1.

    It's possible to connect the both domains together. that users from
    TestDomain1 have access to shared folders on the server from TestDomain2???
    and the other way round?

    2.

    It's possible that both domains use only 1 Exchange 2003 server?
    or use 2 Exchange 2003 server....... to send local emails?!
    send meeting request..
    send task
    and so on....

    3.

    It's possible that user from TestDomain1 can log on the server from
    TestDomain2 with his own userID + password from his local domain?!
    and the other way round?


    Thanks in advance!!!



    gicio
     
    Guest, Aug 21, 2003
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  2. Gicio,

    Massive crosspostings like that are a bit rude... just letting you know.

    In an environment like this, you might be best off making a parent/child
    domain structure somthing like this:

    testdomain.com would contain your Exchange server and such.
    losangles.testdomain.com would be your other domain.

    Since a trust would exist between the domain and child/sub domain, you would
    be able to do what you needed to with no problems.

    Bill F. (Windows Setup MVP)
     
    Bill Frisbee [MVP], Aug 22, 2003
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