My current forest basically consists of a 2000 DC and an exchange 2000 server.
I've gone over the http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314649/
link more times than I'm willing to admit, and I still can't tell where to go from this point. I want to replace our 2000 DC's with 2003 DC's. I read in this link that there might be mangling done in the schema. My first question because the KB is vague is this: At what point would the shema become mangled? Is it when you install Exchange 2000, run the adprep commands or when you introduce the 2003 DC's? I ran the ADSI snap in and searched the resulting output for the key attributes that were stated in the KB. I couldn't find anything at all related to what they mentioned (houseid, secretary..., the rest of it). Does that mean they are not there and do not run the risk of becoming duplicated like the KB says?
My second question is this: does the inetOrgPerson command prevent the mangling or does it fix the mangled attributes?
I guess the overarching question is this: How can I tell if I need to run this inetOrgPersonfix command?