Now it's generally not recommended to run JetStress after Exchange has been installed, and in the case of this lab, JetStress results will be pretty much meaningless as I'll be adding more load to the same SAS disk that the Exchange database disk is on. However, in the interests of completeness, and to get a general idea of how performance currently stands I decided to put the setup through its paces.
I don't want to be messing around with the thin provisioned disk the databases currently sit on, so I decided to add a additional disk with the same config as the current database disk, which I can delete once the test has been run.
here. The installer is pretty much an next, next finish scenario. You also need to put a copy of the following four files in the JetStress directory, in this case as I already had Exchange installed, I could simply copy them from the Exchsrvr\bin directory, but you can also pull them off the Exchange install ISO.