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Installing Exchange Server 2010 : Command-Line Setup (part 2) - Command-Line Server Recovery Options , Command-Line Delegated Server Installation , Installing Language Packs

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2. Command-Line Server Recovery Options

There may come a time when you have to recover an Exchange server from a backup. This process will involve rebuilding the Windows server, then reinstalling Exchange Server using the Recover Server mode. This option will read most of the configuration of the server from the Active Directory rather than installing the server from scratch. Several options are available when recovering a server, as shown in Table 2.

Table 2. Exchange Server 2010 Server Recovery Setup Options
OptionOptional (O) or Required (R)Explanation
/mode:RecoverServerRSpecifies that the installation mode is to be the Recover Server option.
/TargetDirOAllows you to specify an optional path for the Exchange program files rather than the default location on the C:\ drive.
/UpdatesDirOSpecifies a path to look for updates after the installation is completed.
/DomainControllerOAllows you to specify the NetBIOS name or the FQDN of a domain controller.
/DoNotStartTransportOTells Setup to not allow the transport service on a Hub Transport or Edge Transport server. This is useful during a recovery if you do not want messages to start flowing until you are sure the server is fully recovered.
/EnableErrorReportingOConfigures Exchange Server to report errors automatically to Microsoft. All server roles can use this option. The default is not to enable this feature.

3. Command-Line Delegated Server Installation

In some large organizations, the person who is installing the Exchange servers may not have an account with sufficient Active Directory permissions to create the server objects in the Active Directory. For this reason, someone else may have to create the necessary server objects and the installer can then set up the servers.

Table 3. Exchange Server 2010 Delegated Setup Options
OptionOptional (O) or Required (R)Explanation
/NewProvisionedServerOCreates a new provisioned server with the name specified on the command line, such as this: Setup.com/NewProvisionedServer:HNLMBX
/RemoveProvisionedServerORemoves a server that was previously configured with the /NewProvisionedServer option

This is where the delegated server installation is handy. The person with the necessary rights to set the servers up can "prestage" the servers in the Active Directory. Table 3 shows a list of the options available for delegated server setup.

4. Installing Language Packs

If you are supporting an Exchange 2010 Server for only English-speaking users and administrators, you do not need to worry about installing additional language packs. Exchange Server 2010 automatically includes the US English (en-US) messaging language pack (and it can't be removed). Depending on your environment and users, you should know how to install additional language packs or Unified Messaging language packs.

Table 4 shows the valid options for installing language packs. Note that the Unified Messaging language pack options are only available on servers that already have the Unified Messaging role installed.

Table 4. Exchange Server 2010 Language Pack Options
OptionOptional (O) or Required (R)Explanation
/AddUmLanguagePackOAdds the specified Unified Messaging language pack. You must specify the language pack name that you want to install; for French, you would use this command: Setup /AddUmLanguagePack:fr-fr
/RemoveUmLanguagePackORemoves the specified Unified Messaging language pack.
/SourceDirOSpecifies the source folder for the Unified Messaging language pack.
/UpdatesDirOSpecifies the path for updates for the Unified Messaging language pack.
/LanguagePackOSpecifies the path to the language pack bundle. Must be used in conjunction with the /mode:install option.
 
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