Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2, Unified Messaging Lang. Pack 64-bit (English-Canada) - DreamSpark - Download
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2, Unified Messaging Lang. Pack 64-bit (English-Canada) - DreamSpark - Download

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010


In a time when your organization requires its communication tools to be cost-effective and flexible, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 enables you to achieve new levels of reliability and performance by delivering features that simplify your administration, help protect your communications, and delight your users by meeting their demands for greater business mobility. Microsoft Exchange, the cornerstone of Microsoft’s unified communications solution, has long been the choice of organizations like yours to enable rich and productive collaboration among its users. The latest release of Exchange can help you achieve better business outcomes while controlling the costs of deployment, administration, and compliance. Exchange delivers the widest range of deployment options, integrated information leakage protection, and advanced compliance capabilities, that combine to form the best messaging and collaboration solution available.

Flexible and Reliable

The pressure to optimize your IT infrastructure for ever-changing business conditions requires you to be agile and that means investing in solutions that provide you and your organization choice. Exchange Server 2010 gives you the flexibility to tailor your deployment based on your unique needs and a simplified way to help keep e-mail continuously available for your users.

With Exchange, choose from on-premises deployment with Exchange Server 2010, a Microsoft hosted service with Exchange Online, or a seamless mix of both. Microsoft's commitment to Software plus Services ensures you can decide on your timeline for taking advantage of the flexibility and power of both without interrupting or changing your users' experience.

Exchange Server has always provided and continues to provide you the choice of a wider range of storage hardware options than any other solution, ranging from traditional Storage Area Networks (SAN) to low-cost, desktop-class Direct Attached Storage (DAS). In the latest release, continued innovation in the Exchange mailbox database means that you will experience up to a 50% reduction in disk IOPS (Input/Output Per Second) over Exchange Server 2007, as well as greater resiliency against data corruption.

Building on previous investments in Continuous Replication technologies in Exchange 2007, a simplified approach to high availability and disaster recovery coupled with enhanced maintenance tools, will help you achieve new levels of reliability and reduce the complexity of delivering business continuity.

Lowering the burden on your help desk and yourself is a key way in which you can accomplish more and reduce costs. This motivated investments in new self-service capabilities aimed at enabling users to perform common tasks without having to call the help desk.

Anywhere Access

The success of your business hinges on your ability to make your users more productive and effective through the technology solutions you deliver. Exchange Server 2010 helps your users get more done by giving them the freedom to securely access all of their communications – e-mail, voice mail, instant messaging, and more – from virtually any platform, Web-browser, or device through industry standard protocols. Your users live their business lives in their inboxes every day. For so many organizations, Exchange has been the foundation of a universal inbox.

Enhancements in the latest release of Exchange provide your users access to all of their communications from a single location while making it easier for them to collaborate with each other and their business partners. The ever-growing flow of information into and out of an individual’s inbox daily can create overload and affect productivity and profitability. Exchange 2010 adds new productivity features that can help your users more easily organize and prioritize the communications in their inboxes.

While a growing set of communication tools are utilized by users daily, traditional voice mail remains among the most employed and important to organizations globally. The requirement to operate a traditional voice mail system separately from your investments in broader unified communications solutions creates unnecessary costs for you and added complexity for your users. With Exchange 2010, you can replace your traditional voice mail system with a unified solution integrated into the core of your communications platform. This new system will enable your users to receive their voice mail messages right in their inboxes, and manage those voice mail messages just as they do e-mail, with familiar tools like Office Outlook and Outlook Web Access.

Protection and Compliance

In today's increasingly regulated environment, it has become critical to efficiently preserve business records. This includes e-mail which has quickly become the principle source of data in legal discovery and other compliance-related investigations.

But managing e-mail for compliance has become particularly challenging for most organizations. The problem is that, as e-mail volume grows beyond inbox storage limits, users are often forced to move this mail off e-mail servers and onto PCs and laptops as PST (personal storage) files. This isolates e-mail, making it more difficult to manage and search in a way that meets compliance requirements.

To address this PST problem and ease the compliance burden, Exchange 2010 delivers new, integrated e-mail archiving and retention functionality–including granular multi-mailbox search and immediate legal hold. When you combine this with the flexibility provided by the Exchange storage architecture, you can take better control of your corporate information, while providing your users with a streamlined experience that does not disrupt the way they manage their inboxes every day.

Despite all your best efforts, users make innocent mistakes handling sensitive corporate information every day. At the same time, there is always the threat of unauthorized users getting access to unprotected sensitive data. The issue has grown even more urgent in the face of increasing regulations governing customers’ and employees’ personal information.

Exchange 2010 makes it easy to better protect your company’s communications and e-mail through centrally managed information control capabilities. This includes the ability to intercept, moderate, encrypt and block e-mail more effectively. Together, this functionality provides you with a flexible range of protection and control options, whether you want to automatically enforce controls or empower users to implement their own data protection.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010


To run Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Edition on x64 platforms, you need:

  • PC—An x64 architecture-based computer with Intel processor that supports Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel EM64T) or AMD processor that supports the AMD64 platform; Intel Itanium family IA64 processors are not supported.
  • Operating system —Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64 Standard and Enterprise Edition with Service Pack 2 or Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard and Enterprise Edition.
  • Operating system —for installing management tools?The 64-bit editions Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008. Note: Requirements only for management tools installation.

Additional requirements to run Exchange Server 2010

  • Memory—Minimum of 4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM per server plus 5 megabytes (MB) of RAM recommended for each mailbox.
  • Disk space
    • At least 1.2 GB on the drive used for installation.
    • An additional 500 MB of available disk space for each Unified Messaging (UM) language pack that you plan to install.
    • 200 MB of available disk space on the system drive.
  • Drive—DVD-ROM drive, local or network-accessible.
  • File format—Disk partitions formatted as NTFS file systems.
  • Monitor—Screen resolution 800x600 pixels or higher.

Exchange Server 2010 prerequisites

If these prerequisites are not already installed, the Exchange Server 2010 setup process will prompt and provide links to the installation locations; Internet access is required if the prerequisites are not already installed or available on a local network.
 

  • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
  • Windows PowerShell v2.0

Detailed technical requirements

Actual requirements will vary based on system configuration and specific features installed. For more detailed system requirements, please visit the Exchange Server 2010 Technical Documentation Library.

Additional requirements

 

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