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How can I know Exchange 2000 tree objects ?

Posted on 2002-06-17
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Hello all,

In Exchange 2000 server how do I know following values ?

/O=organization,
/OU=organization unit
/DN,
/CN,
Exchange server name,
Exchange server site.

Thank you,

Nagaraj
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One way.  Install the windows 2000 support tools on the server.  Run adsi Edit.  Go to the configuration container, services, microsoft exchange.  Listed below ADC is your Exchange organization.  You will also be able to expand that and see the rest of the values you are looking for.
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Thank you,

Nagaraj
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