Exchange 200 Server Question

Posted on 2003-03-25
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Last Modified: 2010-03-18
I have a home network that has 2 domain controllers - MiddleEarth.locl and Shire.MiddleEarth.locl. I installed Exchange 2000 Server on the Shire.MiddleEarth.locl machine using the Enterprise/Schema administrator account from the Parent Domain. The child domain controller was logged into the parent domain at the time. Users in "the Shire" are recieving their recipient policies, but users in MiddleEarth are not. Do I need to install Exchange at least once in all domains? or am I forgetting something else?
Question by:Drizzt420
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ID: 8217087
start with root. run forestprep & domain prep on root dc then you can install on child then only root dc users will get policies

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ID: 8217571
I think it's not what Drzzt420 what to do...
Your Server is installed in the root Domain
the users in the child domain don't any receive any recipient policy because no policy exist by default for the child domain .You must create this policy manually and don't forget to create the RUS for you child domain.

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