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Exchange 2000: Can't "Connect to" Public Folder Store

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I created a Public Folder Store in Exchange 2000 under the First Storage Group and also created a new Public Folder Tree but when I right click the new Public Folder tree and select Connect To there is no Public Folder Store to connect.  Did I miss a step?
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If you see from my screenshot I created the Public Folder Store in the Second Storage Group and it is associated with the Vault Public Folder.
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