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i am currently in the process of swing migration of server 2003/exchange2003 standard (both currently on a DC) to a server 2003/exchange2003 standard (member server).  during the migration of public folders i have followed the following links
http://www.amset.info/exchange/migration.asp 
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/822931
all appears to have gone well with the replicated items when i compare the public folders in ESM on server1 and server2 however there are several things that i do notice that did not move;
EventConfig_SERVER         which is 1KB and has 1 item
EventsRoot                          0 items and size
exchangeV1                        361KB and 401 items
microsft - schema root        0 items and size
schema-root                        0 items and size

what are these folders and should they be replicated?  Arer these folders associated with a DC? and maybe why i do not see them on the new server becasue it is a member server?
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I think I have said to you previously, of the system folders are not mentioned in any of the articles then they do not need to be replicated across. Some folders are unique to each server. Those that you have listed above do not need to be replicated.

Simon.

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you probably did, i just want to be sure on this day today.  thanks for you expertise
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