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Time-Out

So, what was accomplished in this chapter? We did a few things. We set up a network around a single support server used for updates, patches, tools, installation bits, and DHCP services. We then set up the root domain controllers to create the forest and extended the forest to accommodate Exchange 2003. We performed quality assurance and set the scene to implement the child domain. Remember all high availability systems are installed into the child domain as are Exchange 2003 servers. After the network was established, we installed the cluster nodes and established the clusters. Let's now move onto the next chapter, which begins with configuring the applications that run on these clusters.

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