How To Install Microsoft Exchange Server
Need to know how to install Microsoft Exchange Server? Microsoft Exchange Server is an essential part of most business and school networks. It provides its users a messaging system which is reliable and has integrated securities to counter viruses and other malicious threats. Also, Microsoft Exchange Server users within an organization enjoy the added benefit of accessibility of mailing features like voicemail and email with enhanced security and better calendar and contact management applications that can be accessed on any device in any location. Learning how to install Microsoft Exchange Server is not a daunting task, even for a newbie, as shown below.
- Insert the Microsoft Exchange Server CD and wait for the setup window to appear. If it does not, go to Windows Explorer and browse the CD, then click “Setup. exe.”
- Click "Next" when the "Welcome to the Microsoft Exchange Installation Wizard" box pops up. Click "I agree" and then click "Next" after reading the agreement on the license agreement page.
- Type your 25-digit product key on the Product Identification page and then click "Next." Use the drop-down arrows on the "Component Identification" page to specify the right action for each of the components, and when that is done, click "Next."
- Click "Create a new Exchange Organization" on the "Installation Type" page. Then click next. Type your Exchange Server Organization name in the "Organization Name" box and click "Next."
- Click "I agree" on the license agreement page. Then click "Next." Specify the appropriate action for each component using the drop-down arrows on the Component Selection page and then click next.
- Confirm that your installation options are correct on the "Installation Summary" page. Then click "Next." Click "Finish" on the "Microsoft Exchange Wizard" page.
Congratulations, you have successfully installed Microsoft Exchange Server!