ADC Config CA defaults

Posted on 2004-11-18
Last Modified: 2008-03-17

We are investigating an issue with an Exchange 5.5 organisation that has 1 Server running on Windows 2000
and this server is in an 2000 AD domain as a member server. An Exchange 2000 server has been added to this site and an ADC has been set up. Looking at the  ADC configuration the Config CA  points to the Exchange 2000 server. Is this right? or should this be pointing by default to the 5.5 exchange server?
Question by:MikeGuile
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    config CA is automatically configured, no interaction other than the install of the ADC is required. What makes you think it's wrong, or changed?


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