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How I can delete a user from exchange global catalog without delete this from AD?

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I need delete users from contact list of global catalog of MS Exchange, but without delete from AD, How I can do it?
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You can hide their address in active directory users and computers then under the Exchange Advanced tab click on hide from address list
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There is a hide contact option in AD (on an exchange server)

In Exchange Advanced (in AD users and Computers) select Hide from Exchange Address Lists.
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Oh, thank you.
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