Re: Domain Controller and IIS, SQL Server or Exchange?
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 13:52:27 GMT
On 15 Jul 2003 15:33:42 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (T_Squared)
>I have a question for all you gurus out there. If you are faced with
>installing IIS 5.0, SQL Server 2000 or Exchange (5.5 or 2000) on one
>of two Windows 2000 DC's, then which application would you choose.
>1.)Win 2K DC and IIS 5.0
>2.)Win 2K DC and SQL Server 2000
>3.)Win 2K DC and Exhange (5.5 or 2000)
>I know that it all can co-exist, I've done it in a test environment.
>However, when faced with a decision for a production environment of at
>most 25 users, which "co-habitation" scenario is the lesser of all
>evils from a security standpoint? ( I have to make a choice- help!)
You don't provide enough information to know. Is the IIS for internet
or intranet? Is the system inside or outside your firewall? What
kind of traffic, what types of applications, what is the hardware, how
many users and mail accounts, etc.?
>From a security standpoint, put nothing on a DC. Especially outward
facing. Plus there are issues with IIS on a DC where you have no
local accounts and everything is a domain account.
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