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How do I create an Exchnage 2003 resource, such as Conf Room, using Windows 2003 SBS server?

Posted on 2006-11-17
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Hi:

I am sure this has been asked before but I would like to understand how I can create an Exchange 2003 Resource, such as a Conf Room, in a Windows 2003 SBS server environment?  

If someone has step by step instructions on a Windows 2003 SBS server that would be great...

Thanks,
John
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Hi johnboulton,

As it is just a resource, you do not need to do anything special for SBS

This says it is for exchange 2000, but nothing has changed -> http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF019.html

This would be one time where it is better to NOT use the SBS wizard for this, there simply isnt one for this task, so it isnt going to work!

Hope that helps,

-red
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Thanks...  I will let you know if all is OK...
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