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Exchange Server: Member Can See Master but Not Vice Versa

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Hello,

A new exchange server was installed on an existing Exchange infrastructure.  The problem is that the new server (member) CAN see the master server after the installation but the master server (or any Exchange server currently existing) CANNOT see the member server.

This is of course through the Exchange System Manager on the First Administrative Group.  I can ping/reach either servers on both machines so I'm running out of ideas on the matter.

The Exchange System are both running 6.5.7638.1.

Thanks for any help.

Neil
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Have you restarted any of the services on the existing server?
It shouldn't be required, but I have seen servers not appear until that has been done.

Simon.
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This is very embarassing.  I just had to wait for some time before it is reflected.  No restart necessary.
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