How to deploy an Exchange Mobile Device Server

If multiple Microsoft Exchange servers within a Client Access Server array have been deployed in the organization, an Exchange Mobile Device Server must be installed on each of the servers in that array. The Cluster mode option must be enabled in the Exchange Mobile Device Server Installation Wizard. In this case, the set of instances of the Exchange Mobile Device Server installed on servers in the array is called the cluster of Exchange Mobile Device Servers.

If no Client Access server array of Microsoft Exchange Servers has been deployed in the organization, an Exchange Mobile Device Server must be installed on a Microsoft Exchange Server that has Client Access. In this case, the Standard mode option must be enabled in the Setup Wizard of the Exchange Mobile Device Server.

Together with the Exchange Mobile Device Server, Network Agent must be installed on the device; it helps integrate the Exchange Mobile Device Server with Kaspersky Security Center.

The default scan scope of the Exchange Mobile Device Server is the current Active Directory domain in which it was installed. Deploying an Exchange Mobile Device Server on a server with Microsoft Exchange Server (versions 2010, 2013) installed allows you to expand the scan scope to include the entire domain forest in the Exchange Mobile Device Server (see section "Configuring the scan scope"). Information requested during a scan includes accounts of Microsoft Exchange server users, Exchange ActiveSync policies, and users' mobile devices connected to the Microsoft Exchange Server over Exchange ActiveSync protocol.

Multiple instances of Exchange Mobile Device Server cannot be installed within a single domain if they run in Standard mode being managed by a single Administration Server.

Within a single Active Directory domain forest, multiple instances of Exchange Mobile Device Server (or multiple clusters of Exchange Mobile Device Servers) cannot be installed either—if they run in Standard mode with an expanded scan scope that includes the entire domain forest and if they are connected to a single Administration Server.

See also:

Main installation scenario

Configuring the scan scope

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