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Unattended Installations of Microsoft Exchange 2000

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Published: February 6, 2002


Deploying Exchange 2000 in an enterprise organization is a massive undertaking. A large organization might need hundreds of e-mail servers, and, though many of these servers will be configured identically, the time and money invested in their manual rollout can be considerable. You can lower the costs of ownership and deployment by setting up Exchange 2000 in unattended mode, which automates server installations and streamlines their deployment. This white paper explains how and when to use the unattended mode in Exchange 2000.

Included in this document:

  • What Is an Unattended Installation?

  • Using Unattended Mode for Installing Exchange 2000

  • Who Can Perform an Unattended Installation?

  • How to Perform an Unattended Installation

  • When to Create Additional Unattend Files

  • How to Perform an Unattended Installation of Exchange 2000 Service Packs


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