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Missing Recipient Update Service (Enterprise Configuration)

Posted on 2004-09-29
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Hello All,

Just downloaded the Microsoft Exchange Server Best Practices to check my Exchange Server's configuration.  Got a warning that Mail Address is missing on database, which lead me to checking my RUS.  Funny thing, I'm missing the Recipient Update Service (Enterprise Configuration), but have Recipient Update Service (domain).  So here's my question, how do I go about adding the (Enterprise Configuration) for the organization?

Running Win2k Server Basic in Native mode with Exchange 2k.
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As I stated previously, I already have the domain RUS.  What is missing is the Enterprise Configuration RUS.  The tutorial is for creating new domain RUS - which I don't need.
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Solution found.  I did a full install of Exchange 2000 on another machine (old beater test box).  Once installation was completed, the RUS (Enterprise Edition) also was re-installed.  Am now rebuilding the RUS and deleting the unwanted new installation of Exchange 2000.
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