Updating the Schema

Posted on 2007-07-24
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
I am following the following article to enable OWA password reset warnings The problem is on step 1, the Schema Update Allowed DWORD doesn't exist on the current schema master but it does appear on the old schema master. Can I create this DWORD on the current schema master or should I temporarily swap the schema master to the original server and change it back when the Exchange problem is fixed?
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    Create the DWORD.


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