Schedule+ Free Busy info left over from migration from 5.5 to 2000


under the SCHEDULE+ FREE BUSY folder I see some entries left over. Looks like I forgot to delete these repluicas before removing the last 5.5 server. When i try to delete one, it prompts for user info, but I can't seem to figure out what user it wants. Thus, cannot remove them. Not interested in applying the Q article which rebuilds the system folder. Any other solution... or know what account it wants to authenticate with to allow removal of these entries?

EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Elk Grove
EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Folsom
EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Fruitridge
EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Laguna
EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Madison
EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Orangevale
EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Placerville
EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Roseville
EX:/o=SFCU/ou=Yuba City
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OneHumpCommented:
I would try ADSIEDIT.  You know what you're doing so I'll leave you with that, but if you need more info, let me know and I'll dig it up.

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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
you can remove them with ADSIedit more than likely, but if you're having an issue with Free/Busy errors because of it, guidgen is the only way. sorry....
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Hey Kidego, want a cracker?  ;)

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boy, nothing like a smartaleck :)
yea, I'll take a cracker, saltines and peanut butter....

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OneHumpCommented:
Haha, I'm just messing with you.  It's always an honor to have you participate.  

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JasonBighamAuthor Commented:
Well, no luck in ADSI edit... but as it was not causing a problem I honestly didn't put much time into it. Instead, I just set the "public folder replication interval" to "never run" and moved on with my life. No event logs errors, no complaints, no reason to waste time on it.

The comedian gets the points though...
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