Application Host

In Office Communications Server 2007 R2, the Application Host node lists all Front End Servers or Standard Edition servers in the pool that are running the unified communications application server. To view and manage application servers, expand the node.

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The nodes shown for servers in pools are dependent on the View Options setting, which is configured at the top node of the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Administrative Tools snap-in.

  • If the View Options setting is Organize servers by role, servers are organized by the following roles:

    • Front Ends. This node contains all computers that have Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Front End Server role installed and are assigned to the pool.

    • Web Conferencing. This node contains all computers that have Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Web Conferencing Server role installed and are assigned to the pool.

    • A/V Conferencing. This node contains all computers that have Office Communications Server 2007 A/V Conferencing Server role installed and are assigned to the pool.

    • Web Components. This node contains all computers that have Office Communications Server 2007 Web Components Server role installed and are assigned to the pool.

    • Application Sharing. This node contains all computers that have Office Communications Server 2007 Application Sharing Conferencing Server role installed and are assigned to the pool.

    • Applications. This node contains all computers that have unified communications applications and the application server installed and are assigned to the pool.

      If multiple roles are installed on a server, the server is under each of these roles.

  • If the View Options setting is Organize servers as a list, servers are organized by server name, not grouped by server role.

You manage each Enterprise pool and Standard Edition server by configuring server settings, including server settings for specific server roles in an Enterprise pool. Additionally, to configure settings that apply to all pools and servers, you can configure global properties at the forest level.

For details about managing Enterprise pools and Standard Edition servers, see the Operations section of the Office Communications Server Technical Library.

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