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How to set up MSX-A components for the Exchanger Server Transport ?

The following procedure i have seen in one pdf for set up the MSX-A components for the Exchanger Server Transport

where to set up this MSX-A component....

1. Locate the MSX-A components shipped with the Exchange transport. The

components can be found at

\root\portalapps\ com.sap.netweaver.coll.appl.gw\external\exchange.

2. Locate an IIS that is in the same domain as the Exchange server or in a trusting

domain.

3. Create a folder on the IIS, for example, c:\SAPExchangeTransport.

4. Copy the MSX-A components to the folder you just created.

5. Register the DLL by using the command regsrvr32 in the command prompt, for

example, c:\winnt\system32\regsvr32.exe c:\SAPExchangeTransport\

SapExchangeConnector.dll.

6. Create a new IIS Web site (see Creating and Configuring an IIS Web Site [Seite 31])

or if you are using Outlook Web Access 5.5 SP4, create a virtual directory (see

Configuring Microsoft Outlook Web Access 5.5 SP4 [Seite 32]).

--- In SAP EP server or in Mail Server...?

--- How to find IIS and how to create folder in IIS..?

Best Regards

Ravi Shankar B

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 12:27 PM

    Hi,

    IIS website on the Exchange-Server if possible.

    Greetingz

    Lars

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