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Active Directory Connector w/Exchange 2000 on Windows 2000 AD Domain

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Is there a need, benefit, or use of having the Exchange 2000 ADC installed in a network that is running Exchange 2000?  It's a windows 2000 Active Directory domain.

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There's a default ADC that needs to be there, which is installed by default.  You don't need to manually configure any additional connection agreements.  
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Does this show up in AD sites and services?
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Sure does.
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