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    what is the proper install? Not familair with this? I'm trying to deploy the archiving server in OCS 2007
    Monday, November 12, 2007 7:33 PM

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  • Install MSMQ from control pannel add/remove programs, default settings are fine

     

    Deli

     

    Tuesday, November 13, 2007 11:25 AM
  • It is well documented in the Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Archiving and CDR Server Deployment Guide.

     

    Before you install the Archiving and CDR Server, you must install and configure Message Queuing. The archiving and CDR agent uses Message Queuing to receive notifications from the Archiving and CDR Server destination queue. (Message Queuing also serves as a local temporary transmission queue if the Archiving and CDR Server is unavailable.) Message Queuing must be installed on all computers that participate in archiving, such as the following:

    ·         An Office Communications Server with an archiving and CDR agent that connects to the Archiving and CDR Server.

    ·         The Office Communications Server that is running the Archiving and CDR Server.

    Installation Prerequisites

    ·         You must install Message Queuing on each server that you want to associate with the Archiving and CDR Server. If you want to archive an Enterprise pool, you must install Message Queuing on each server in the pool.

    ·         The computer that is running Message Queuing must be a member of a Microsoft Windows® Authorization Access group in order to authenticate users in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 domain.

    ·         Because Message Queuing relies on the Active Directory® Domain Services for encryption to the destination queue, Message Queuing must be installed with the Active Directory integration component, which is the default configuration during Message Queuing installation.

    Note

    In a two-tier topology where the Archiving and CDR service component and the message queue are on a separate computer from the archiving database, automatic setup of encryption is not supported for the messages that are sent by the Archiving and CDR service component to the archiving database. Instead, encryption of the link between the Archiving and CDR service component and the archiving database must be configured manually by using SQL Server SSL encryption.

    For more information about configuring SQL Server SSL encryption, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base article 276553 at http://r.office.microsoft.com/r/rlidOCS?p1=kb276553  For information about configuring the registry to establish and help enforce SQL encryption, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base article 841695 at http://r.office.microsoft.com/r/rlidOCS?p1=kb841695.


     

     

    ·         Do not set the destination queue (the private queue) privacy level to None on the server that is running the Archiving and CDR Server. The privacy level must be set to either Body or Optional. The default setting is Optional.

    ·         Do not set the privacy level to Body when the Archiving and CDR Server and the Front End Server are installed on the same computer. When the Archiving and CDR Server and the Front End Server are installed on the same computer and the privacy level on the destination queue is set to Body, messages will not be archived, and the server will stop running if archiving is running as a critical service.

    To install Microsoft Message Queuing

    1.       Log on as a member of the Administrators group to the server that will be running the Archiving and CDR Server.

    2.       Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs.

    3.       Click Add/Remove Windows Components, click Application Server, and then click Details.

    4.       Select the Message Queuing check box, click OK, and then click Next.

    5.       Accept the defaults in the wizard to complete the installation.

     

    Wednesday, November 14, 2007 2:45 PM