The Client Access server role plays a big part in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 by providing the access point for every Exchange client. With such a big responsibility, you need to ensure that your Client Access servers can handle the load from your users and that these servers have minimal downtime. In my previous articles in this series, I provided an introduction to the Client Access server role ("Exchange Server's Client Access: An Introduction") and gave you an ...
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