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Hi,

I have installed exchange onto the sec domain controller etc, active dir shows exchange funtions etc on that server but not on the main prim domai controller .....

any ideas ?

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Hi,

Do you mean that within Active Directory Users and Computers you can see Exchange attributes on the Exchange server but not on the one without Exchange?

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This is normal, as AD in itself does not install the admin software for Exchange when you make a server a DC.  You can install the Exchange System Manager from the Exchange CD on your other DCs if you want to be able to manage AD and Exchange on all the Exchange/DC machines.  But it is normal not to see Exchange attributes on DCs that do not have the Exchange System Manager installed.
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