MyBusiness OU Deleted

Posted on 2009-04-24
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I just took over a client where the previous consulting company deleted the MyBusiness OU and created there own OUfor the company.  I would like to get it back to utalize all the features of sbs 03.  

Is there a procedure for re-creating these objects?
Question by:breynolds01
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    In the very first SBS server I did, I did this.  With Microsoft's help, I restored the OUs (the procedure was as simple as recreating them).  If you have another SBS server somewhere, use that as a reference.
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    I ended up manually rebuilding the OU structure.  Luckily the security groups were still intact and i was able to move them in the correct place.  Some of the group policy objects are missing but other then that everything seems to be working OK..

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