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ID no: 80004005 Microsoft Active Directory - Exchange Extensions Error

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Hello,
   Current environment is W2K3 Forest W/Two domains. Forest and domain functional levels are both W2K3 Server. Forest root domain has and Exchange 2003 organization for e-mail. A child domain was created for authentication, resources, etc. There is no need for E-mail services in the child domain so domainprep for Exchange was not ran. I receive the below error while trying to access user object properties in the child domain using ADUC on an XP workstation w/ESM installed while logged in the forest root domain. I have all appropriate permissions, Enterprise Admin, Domain Admin, etc. I do not want/need to do domain prep on the child forest. Is there any way to prevent the below error?




ID no: 80004005 Microsoft Active Directory - Exchange Extensions


Thanks in advance!
Warren
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You still need to prep the domain. There is no getting away from that.

All child domains should be preped if there is Exchange involved.

Simon.
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